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Travel Blogs from Kalgoorlie
... his time.
We went to the Kalgoorlie gold museum and had a look around there for a morning. It was pretty cool and only cost us a gold coin donation! We went and had a look at the gold superpit. It really is massive and the machines at the bottom look like tiny little toys. We went to the Kalgoorlie Oasis Complex and had a go on the waterslides and swam in the pools for the morning.
Keiran, Sue and I left the ...
... here, as most of the points also have an anchor point for the fishermen to tie off to. We walked to the top of the rocks on each side to see the view, still pretty, but less so than the two we had already seen, and we headed out for the next beach. We skipped through to the last of the beaches that could be reached from within Cape Le Grand National Park, Rossiter Bay. We were back on an unsealed but still well maintained road to get there, which all made sense ...
... a job as a skimpy – his black eye is healing well.
The weather was very hot while we were there, 39 degrees most days, the sun is up by 5.00am which is the coolest part of the day as the night time temperature was mid 20’s, not ideal for sleeping. The only disappointing thing about our visit to Kalgoorlie was that the guided tour of Australia’s oldest brothel doesn’t operate during January, seems even Madams need a holiday like the rest of ...
... We had bought a set of clubs in Perth off GumTree for $20 so set off with a laugh. The Kaloorlie Golf Club was rather posh and looked pristine so Moff was beside himself as we all hacked away at the each shot chopping up turf and having fun. He says some golfers take the game very seriously and he didn't want us getting into trouble for being silly. It was a hoot. We all took it in turns and most ...
... song. Got an early mark on the 18th as we had to get to Kalgoolie for the beasts 100 000km service. Stayed at the Kalgoolie-Boulder Discovery Caravan Park on Lane Street. Never again!!!!! Not a great Van park and I am not a fussy little thing so out of 10 I would only give it a 4. Best part? Met an awesome couple called Julie and Martin. Will look them up when we head to Tasmania. We hope to see them along our travels home across the ...
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