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Staff reportersNorth West Telegraph
A group of cruise ship passengers arrive in Port Hedland.
Camera IconA group of cruise ship passengers arrive in Port Hedland. Credit: Robert Dougherty/Pictures: Robert Dougherty

Thousands of passengers disembarked the Radiance of The Seas cruise ship on Monday last week to explore Port Hedland and lap up the town’s attractions.

Al Melek, Gaston and Amal Sayegh.
Camera IconAl Melek, Gaston and Amal Sayegh. Credit: Robert Dougherty/North West Telegraph

Visitors enjoyed their pick of local retail, food and entertainment at the Marapikurrinya Park markets, which marked Port Hedland Visitor Centre’s first cruise ship markets of the year.

Dodi Tuando, 14, and Laura Francis
Camera IconDodi Tuando, 14, and Laura Francis Credit: Robert Dougherty/North West Telegraph

The Courthouse Gallery was abuzz with people browsing the current exhibition, Pujiman, which features the diverse array of works from two Pilbara art centres.

Jason Lee, Anne Sibosado, Nora Cooke and Chiyoko Kitaura.
Camera IconJason Lee, Anne Sibosado, Nora Cooke and Chiyoko Kitaura. Credit: Robert Dougherty
Joel and Lydia Bish, Claire Short and Daniel Versluis with Miriam Jenkins and Keegan Short.
Camera IconJoel and Lydia Bish, Claire Short and Daniel Versluis with Miriam Jenkins and Keegan Short. Credit: Robert Dougherty
Senior school students entertaining cruise ship passengers with a dance.
Camera IconSenior school students entertaining cruise ship passengers with a dance. Credit: Robert Dougherty/North West Telegraph

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