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Dalgety House Museum is better known as a ‘living space’. One can get to know about the life of early settlers; as well as the impact made by settlement on Pilbara’s indigenous people at Dalgety House Museum. It also goes on to offer AV, i.e. audio video display, photographic displays with respect to north-west architecture, and recordings relating to ‘personal memoirs’.
Eighty Mile Beach
Eighty Mile beach has been well-known for its collection of shells and fishing. One can experience magnificent sunrises, sunsets, and get your batteries recharged by moving around in solitude and peace. The authorities go on to offer 50 sites that are unpowered, 150 shaded, grassed sites; all of them with ‘fresh water’ on tap. If camping isn’t on the agenda, one can try four budget rooms, or self-contained cabins.
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