Golddust Backpackers YHA
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Not for backpackers at all.
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... to visit on the way out but the only day they are closed is a Saturday. We spent a couple of hours here learning more and reading up. The displays were fantastic. One display was of an 'ancient' calculator. Allan said "hang on a tick I used one of these in the Air Force". What year did he join you ask? Not telling.
Also at Hannan's North were some excellent displays of the tents and places the miners lived as well as ...
... park which caused great floods around and under the van. Not the greatest caravan park we've been in but will suit our purposes for the stop. Mike and Heather Kurtz are in the same park coincidentally so we had happy hour and pizza for tea together and caught up on our respective travel stories. Got reasonably chilly during the evening and rained some ...
Another surprise! This campground is not in the book or the brochures or even wiki camps. It reminds me of the Kioma campsite and the only public amenities in 200 kms. So we are happy. Spent the morning searching for the art in Kal. Didnt find any! Gas was another challenge. so only did 400 ks today. Not a great start for the Null Arbor Norseman gold rush was started by ...
... simply a good old fashioned rev of the blood and guts type. But would it be enough? Mines knew they were under the pump and got an early goal but the momentum of the game was still with the Tigers and they whittled away at the deficit until it was no longer one at all. But a goal to Mines and it seemed a draw was a real possibility. But the Tigers boys were doing it for Bowie - one of those surnames that is a nickname in itself. I have no idea how Bowie played and the first ...
We are really enjoying this bush camping which allows us to pull in for a night for free. It helps to keep the budget from blowing out especially when crossing the Nullarbor and fuel has been over $2 per litre. So long as we have enough water, food and battery power, we can stay out for a few nights. Last nights spot at Afghan Rock was perfect, just far enough off the road so as not to hear the road trains. Tonight we are in another spot, just 15km south of a Coolgardie. ...