The Boab Prison Tree in Derby is most likely the main attraction. The tree is located about 7 km from the town. Overnight camping is forbidden here, but who gets up at 5 in the morning to continue their travel has nothing to fear.
The Boab Prison tree has a circumference of 14 meters and is hollow inside. In the past, aborigines were locked up here overnight as part of prisoner transports. Derby has not much more to offer, but the tree is actually quite an astonishing, and yet sad, attraction.
The tree is shown below in the map and Street View image.
The Lonely Planet writes horizontal waterfalls, which are to be seen however only from the helicopter. If you like to fish and you do not have a boat at your disposal, you will also find a better opportunity as a derby. The “most exciting” is probably the low tide, when the port is largely dry or the incredible heat in the midday sun.
Conclusion: Apart from the Boab Tree, there is not much to see.
Derby WA, Australia-17.35087123.669085