Australia is full of warning signs - but not too many have so many things on the one sign that can kill you. This was at Cape Keraudren which is about 150km north of Port Hedland on the coast. The campsite is in a coastal reserve and was highly recommended - the camping guide which we have said it had everything you could want at a beach except shade and they were right - there wasn't a tree above knee height and those ones were mangroves. Where you have mangroves you also have sandflies and we all discovered them. It was so hot when we arrived at about 2.30pm that we drove around the place doing all the 4WD tracks just to stay in the air conditioned car. The ranger said it was 42 on his verandah. We did eventually camp the night and the next morning a man in a very flash caravan came to warn us of the mice plague and said that his caravan had been inundated with them. Fortunately the mice are only highclass mice and do not like camper trailer tents and we had no problems. We drove out early to escape the heat, sandflies and mice and wondered why it was so popular!! We headed to Port Hedland to join a BHP tour that we had booked on, only to find that it had been cancelled, much to our disappointment. However we drove on to the wonderful Karajini National Park.