Halls Creek hotels
Halls Creek, Australia
In the northern part of Western Australia sits the scenic town of Halls Creek, with its immense local history and Halls Creek hotels for guests to stay. The area has been inhabited for thousands of years, as the indigenous Jaru and Kija tribes have occupied the region. In fact, indigenous people make up over 70% of the town's less than 1,300 residents.
One reason why people look for accommodation in Halls Creek is that it is the largest town along the Great Northern Highway. That does not mean that there is nothing to stop for in the town, however, as visitors can spend days after booking their Halls Creek accommodation exploring things like the China Wall, the Wolfe Creek crater and Purnululu Nation Park. Although the latter two attractions are outside of the town, Halls Creek provides some of the only accommodation options in the region.
Old Halls Creek is perhaps the best-known attraction in the city, as it is a former mining camp. It eventually became a trading centre and home of the original Halls Creek settlement. Today, hotels in Halls Creek near historic areas are possible to visit. Book now with HotelClub to enjoy ourexclusive offers for our members. Membership is free, so booking your perfect getaway is easier than ever.
Despite the secluded nature of Halls Creek, it is possible to reach the area by airplane. The Halls Creek Airport has flights to and from Broome, Derby and Fitzroy Crossing, and also connects to large centres in the country, such as Sydney Airport.