What’s On

  • 'eat play stay' poster at the Hedland Hotel

    Eat Play Stay Package

    Escape the hustle and bustle and retreat to The Hedland Hotel.

  • The entrance to Rays bar and restaurant, which features a large 'RAYS' sign, roof, and stairs leading up to the doorway

    Introducing Rays: Your new favourite place to eat in Port Hedland

    Whether you're craving some zesty fish tacos, a juicy rib-eye steak, or ice-cold beer with a view, our brand new restaurant and bar is ready to welcome you.

  • The staircase to the moon effect, where moonlight shines over exposed mudflats at low tide

    Where to see the Staircase to the Moon in Port Hedland

    While the Staircase to the Moon is mostly known for its visibility in Broome, you can also see it in Port Hedland. See more info on dates and viewing spots.

  • A metal sculpture representing a local Aboriginal tribe overlooks the town of Roeburne in the Pilbara region

    Plan your road trip: Things to see between Karratha and Port Hedland

    Planning a day trip from Port Hedland to Karratha? Here's our guide to all the best places to visit and interesting things to see on the road.

  • A row of Christmas lights in the shape of a Christmas Tree at night time, with a star suspended atop each tree

    Christmas in Port Hedland: What’s on in 2023

    Are you visiting friends and family this Christmas in Port Hedland? There are plenty of community events and activities for both locals and out-of-towners to come together and celebrate the holiday season. Join in the festivities at this magical time of the year with these upcoming Christmas events. Get together for a Christmas Day buffet lunch at Rays Date &

  • A baby turtle crawls across the sand in Port Hedland

    Your guide to turtle hatching season in Port Hedland

    The Pilbara is known for its red dirt, mining industry, national parks, and long, open roads. But it’s also home to a population of animals that you don’t normally associate with the desert. There are six species of sea turtles found in Australian waters, five of which can be found on the Pilbara coast. And the Port Hedland area is

  • Roebuck Bay in Broome WA

    Our top things to do in Port Hedland with the kids

    Remember the family holidays you took as a kid? It might be the activities you did. It might be the smell of the air. Or it could be certain sounds that bring you right back to that moment. They’re something that stays with you for a lifetime. When holidaying with the kids, there are plenty of things to do in

  • A group goes fishing during the sunset.

    Where to go fishing in Port Hedland

    With its clear blue water, warm tropical weather, long, sunny days, and warm evenings, Port Hedland makes for perfect fishing conditions. Whether you prefer land-based fishing, or getting out on the boat, the waters up and down Australia’s northwest are teeming with fish. You can find bream, whiting, mullet, queenfish, mackerel, skippy, mangrove jack, cod, and more. Both threadfin and