Port Hedland could just as easily be called BHP land. BHP is heavily involved in salt and iron ore mining in this area.
I was facinated by the clothes lines. They all, almost without exception had work uniforms on the line.
The photo doesn't do it justice, but this is a massive pile of salt, waiting to be shipped off to foreign parts.
We watched some of the big iron ore ships at the dock and marvelled at their size.
I got a bit distracted by these lovely pylons.
We didn't stay in Port Hedland, we just shopped, bought coffee and continued inland to the Karijini National Park.