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... eye! Getting it from this form to the point of being melted and formed into bars for sale is a long, complicated and precise process, which involves both brute force (crushing the rock) and complex chemical reactions (removing the sulphur).
On our tour, we only got out of the bus twice, to view the pit from the lookouts at either end. It was kind of funny when a couple of the big trucks ...
... took it up to the top of Beacon Hill, which looks out over the town and the nearby gypsum (Gyprock) mine. We passed lots of dry salt lakes along the way, between Balladonia and Norseman - the salinity problem out here is huge! The Road from Norseman to Kalgoorlie is pretty rough, and heavily used by huge 3-trailer Road Trains. There were lots of different entrances to different parts of the mines signposted on both sides of the road. ...
... 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 ...
... kids and waited for the adventure to get under way. Within a few minutes the bus was fully loaded and we headed off down main street, Kalgoorlie.
Our bus driver was very knowledgeable about Kalgoorlie and its environs, having grown up there, and he didn't miss one building, statue or other landmark that was on our route. He filled every minute of the ride through town with a hundred little details, and he had an interesting anecdote about each one; when it was ...
Went into Kalgoorlie to check out the museum and to have a guided tour. Found a couple,of jewellery stores and feasted on the beautiful nugget jewellery. Great to look at all the creative designs jeweller's come up with. The museum is a modern building which is linked to the heritage "British Arms Hotel", a miners cottage, a police wagon, which is like a portable police station on wheels, and the De Bernales Building. On top of ...
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