Comfort Inn Midas

Address: 409 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 6430, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 409 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie.
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    Travel Blogs from Kalgoorlie

    A Closer Look in Town

    A travel blog entry by mrsbaynes on Jul 31, 2015

    4 comments, 26 photos

    ... new pair of thongs on the child’s feet, it was time to explore the town. First thing we noticed was that the roads have no drains, just open trenches with the occasional metal plate over the top to walk on. My mission this day was to walk the length of the Historic Hannan and Burt Streets, and this is due to a little article I read on the Goldfields Tourism Network website. It said: "Kalgoorlie's Hannan Street, between Wilson and Porter Streets, is one ...

    Back at Coolgardie

    A travel blog entry by mrsbaynes on Jul 29, 2015

    10 photos

    ... only thought now was how long would they last before their next return? We were packed and driving down the road just before 5am. Thankfully Aaliyah was in a chipper mood, I don’t think we could have coped if she had been cranky like us. We got to the tuner guy and he had our rev counter gauge fixed in about 20 mins. Come 6am we were finally on our way out of Perth. The 4wd was running beautifully. The further we went the more confident we felt that this time was ...


    A travel blog entry by peppercorn on Jul 21, 2015

    2 photos

    ... me and that was the only choice. Petrol was also difficult. All towns including Sandstone had no petrol stations that operated other than by credit card into the machine. Bad luck for those with no plastic card. Wow we are spoilt over East as they say here. We passed lots of closed mines and many working mines. Unfortunately there is no way you can go in to look. The town of Leinster is a BHP town where the mine was mothballed earlier this year. We ...

    Tough Times Ahead

    A travel blog entry by mrsbaynes on Jul 16, 2015

    7 comments, 8 photos

    ... that originally all the mines in Kalgoorlie were underground, but Bond could see that having one big open cut mine would be much more productive and at a much reduced cost? Although he never completed his mission (why, I don't know) he was right you know. By amalgamating all the little ones, they were able to work the land that had separated each mine and thus pulled out a heap more gold. Since the days of Paddy Hannan, the Golden Mile, as it's known, has produced ...

    And So It Begins

    A travel blog entry by mrsbaynes on Jul 14, 2015

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... Knowing that Aaron was feeling better about things, it led to us all starting to feel happy about things as we drove passed Mundaring and out into the "unknown". By midday, we had made it to Clackline and pulled in for a spot of lunch (towing a camper means we can only travel between 90 and 100kms/hr, so it's slow going). After eating half the lunch I'd prepared for the previous day (when we were meant to ...