Comfort Inn Midas
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... as well we booked caravan park the night before because not many sites available. With discount, $28,80 per night so think Bryan might actually be interested in staying another night. Caravan park is on foreshore and very close to town. Wandered up to Foodland to replenish some of the supplies we needed to discard previously. Tomatoes, kiwi fruit and potatoes were quite cheap compared to some of the supermarkets we have visited.
... their differences and standardise on a common gauge – at one time, train journeys across Australia meant changing trains at state borders in the middle of the night! We stop at various passing places on the single-track railroad to let goods trains past. I thought 36-metre ‘road trains’ were long… Apparently we are 770 metres long ourselves, so you need a big siding. One of our stops is Koolyanobbing, which earns a photo for transmission to Drew and Joe when ...
... of gold. (20,000 kg of gold is extracted every year.) Over 1 million tons of ore has to be removed to obtain 250-300 kg of gold. Over 120 years of the lease, 58 million ounces of gold has been found.
The end of the line was at Boulder City Station. A small museum there and the Main Street of Boulder. The Metrapol Hotel offered tourists 10% off lunches, however it looked pretty tatty so we went to a ...
... we haven’t gone rogue, it’s just how you spend a Sunday in Kalgoorlie. We stopped at Charlotte’s Lookout to see where the water that is piped from Perth arrives in the reservoir in town. This high vantage point doubles as a lookout over town.
Kalgoorlie also boasts one of Australia’s only legalised bush 2-Up schools. The corrugated iron shack and bush ring is located at the end of a dirt track on the city’s outskirts. Once ...
... lunch and bit of look around shops (me - Glenn snoozed in the car!!!) Got back to Jayco to find van not quite ready. The basin was not installed as they discover a screw in one of the tyres and needed to repair that. The basin will be a job for home!! Then had to drive back across town in peak hour Friday traffic. Very glad Glenn was driving the van through it all. We made it to Karrinyup Waters at Gwelup before dark, nice park and bonus that the amenities are ensuites and ...