Port Hedland national parks and parks

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    EIGHTY MILE BEACH AND CAPE KERAURDREN HAS STUNNING COASTLINE AND IS ALSO A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN SEE TURTLES NESTING AND MILLIONS OF MIGRATORY BIRDS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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Things to do in Port Hedland

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Eighty Mile Beach and Cape Keraurdren

North of Port Hedland lie the pristine nature reserves of Cape Keraurdren and Eighty Mile Beach. Here you can visit the beautiful white sandy beaches, go fishing or admire the stunning sunsets.

Also, in the summer months you can watch the turtles nesting at Eighty Mile Beach or see millions of migratory birds on their annual journey from their Arctic breeding grounds. Please be very careful when doing this as any disturbance to the turtles and migratory birds can affect their survival.