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  • Luce Bar e Cibo Italian Poolside Dinner

    Enjoy a variety of tasty dishes at our four live cooking stations around the pool, featuring everything from juicy Arrosticini Abruzzese lamb skewers to fresh pasta, artisanal cheeses, and mouthwatering desserts!

  • Two red and brown-streaked rocky gorges converge over a still pool of water, lined with trees and shrubs

    Is Karratha worth visiting? Our top things to do off the beaten track

    Discover why Karratha is a fantastic destination to visit and stay, and how we can help you plan your Pilbara holiday—one that’s truly away from it all.

  • A table holds various dishes of Italian food, including gnocchi pasta, pizza, and salad

    The best place to eat in Karratha? Try lunch at the authentic Luce Bar e Cibo

    Karratha is the gateway to the Kimberley. A central point to set up your base for adventuring out into the wilderness, whether it’s hiking, fishing, or four-wheel-driving; immersing yourself in the ancient stories of the land’s traditional owners; or discovering some of the most unique national parks that Australia has to offer. It’s a place for adventure. Which, to be

  • The Karratha International Hotel is surrounded by tropical gardens

    Staying a while? Here’s where to find the best long-term accommodation in Karratha

    Whether you’re a traveller who needs a room for a night or two, or a FIFO worker who needs temporary accommodation in Karratha, the Karratha International Hotel has everything you need to make your stay as comfortable as possible. A convenient base to stay while in Karratha for work or leisure, here’s why our hotel is ideally suited for your

  • Two cocktails sitting on the table by the poolside.

    Experience more of the region with these Karratha tours

    Many things draw people to holiday in Karratha. From its warm weather and laid-back lifestyle, to the stunning rock art, the swimming holes, and the glittering blue waters of the Dampier Archipelago, there’s plenty to explore. And while it’s fun to plan your own adventure, booking a tour is a great way to get out and see the region. There

  • The Karratha International Hotel at night time

    Our top things to do in Karratha at night time

    Most Western Australians will know Karratha by its red dust, the Pilbara landscape, the mining industry, and its extensive outdoor culture. It’s not typically known for its nightlife. But despite this, there’s more to it than meets the eye. And while having a few drinks at your local is usually a recipe for a decent night out, we’re going to

  • Beach water washing up onto the shore

    Our guide to Karratha’s best beaches

    Situated on the northwest coast of Australia, Karratha is a tropical town that tends to fly under the radar, particularly when it comes to its beaches. Known for its hot summers and warmer winters, Karratha is surrounded by some of WA’s most rugged, yet most beautiful, landscapes. It’s the gateway to the glittering turquoise water of the Dampier Archipelago. And

  • Staircase to the moon in Karratha.

    Where to see the Staircase to the Moon in Karratha

    The Staircase to the Moon is one of Australia’s great natural phenomena—and it only occurs here in Western Australia. It draws crowds from all over WA, and even internationally. And, while other parts of the North West may be more famous for it, it’s a stunning spectacle that you can catch in Karratha. This may even work in your favour,

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    Diving the Dampier Archipelago

    Karratha is known for its warm weather, red dirt, and the stunning turquoise water that surrounds it. And, if you look a little further offshore, you’ll see a truly iconic north west experience: the Dampier Archipelago. The Dampier Archipelago is an area just off the coast of Karratha made up of 42 islands and islets. Surrounded by gorgeous warm water,