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AM - took the Pajero to Bridgestone Tyres just up the road, told to bring it back at 2pm for a tyre rotation, balance and alignment. Drove to Boulder, a suburb of Kalgoorlie, where there is very good historic restoration of the Main Street business houses. We then visited the Kalgoorlie Historical Society to try and find more about Bernard Sheridan …
... s finest heritage precincts, offering a treasure trove of Federation-era architecture. From the late 1890s through to 1910, Hannan Street was transformed from a dusty track into a sophisticated boulevard, lined with shops, hotels and government buildings, and served every few minutes by a tram network that was then Australia’s most modern. During this period of transformation, Hannan Street was one of the most photographed streets in regional ...
... I’ve not mentioned it before, because it never crossed my mind, but we have a special guest travelling with us. A little dinosaur cut-out that Aailyah decorated on her last day at playgroup. Aaron was there with her that day and decided it was to come for a trip around Australia, so we have hung it up on the handle behind the driver’s chair. We do wonder, however, how long it will take for all the stuck on shapes start to fall off. For this trip I decided to get ...
... million ounces of gold, or 141,747 kilograms. So here comes bit of a history lesson as written on the lookout plaques. In June 1893 three Irishmen, Paddy Hannan, Tom Flanagan and Dan Shea, on their way to a 'strike' at Mt Youle, stumbled upon gold immediately west of Mt Charlotte. Though they soon found in excess of 2.8kg they still had no inkling that the 'richest mile on earth' - the Golden Mile - lay some 5kms to the south. This was found soon afterward by Sam ...
... s admirers erected a drinking fountain that would provide fresh clean water to any passer-by that needed it. For it was the lack of fresh water that created all the misery of that time. The sad part of this little story, is the way that it ends. In January 1906, as documented on the Monument Australia website, Sister Mercy and her husband Jack Gregory were holidaying in Sydney and she was murdered in her ...
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