BEST WESTERN Hospitality Inn Kalgoorlie
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This hotel is not as great as we thought but still offers value for the money
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... parks pass, we were already all set (nobody panic, an annual pass was just the most cost effective option!), and sailed straight through the check point with a nod from the ranger after waiting for the couple of cars in front of us. Cape Le Grand Beach was the first we came to, and it was stunning! The road suddenly opened into a carpark that stretched along the front of some of the whitest sand and bluest water you could imagine. The beach ended at a rocky hill ...
... morning to play them. There was hardly a soul on the course so we continued on and played the front nine again. Back to the caravan park for another swim to cool off and then a lazy few hours as it was way too hot to do anything too strenuous. The Royal Flying Doctor Service advertise their opening hours from 9.00am to 3.00pm but at 2.00pm when we went to visit and learn more about the service they provide to the outback we were very disappointed to see a large red ...
... which was a huge surprise for us.......that's a BIG town! Lots of shops and all the amenities you could want way out here in the outback! We went to see the Gold Mine's Super Pit from the lookout. Woah! The world's biggest open cut gold mine sure is huge! We watched the trucks drive up fro. The bottom of the pit full or massive boulders very slowly and then dump the load and drive back down ...
... looked after. One thing they are not short on here is pubs and bikies. There is a pub on every corner and nearly every 10 mins someone charging down the main drag on a Harley. Normally one of the local gypsy jokers. The locals tell us the bikies play a large part in the running of the town, whatever that means! Next was the super pit. Located appox 5 kms out of town this thing is huge. Photos don't do it justice. ...
... Barrie join us beside the fire, but they also bring us some firewood that they have been carrying since they left home in Bunbury, so he donates this to us for tomorrow nights' fire. After much laughter we eventually make our way back to our van to retire for the night. Another great night with new found friends and travelling companions - Beth and Peter and also our newer friends Bev & Barrie. to find some dead trees that we can start the fire with to ...