Ibis Styles Kalgoorlie
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This morning we headed out to Cape Le Grand, the National Park where we'd been told that camping fills up fast, but we were only intending to be there for part of the day anyway. We already knew that some of the roads in the park were sealed, so it was probably a bit flasher than the national parks we were used to, but we were still surprised to find a toll-booth-like ranger station at the entrance, to make sure everyone paid their entry fees. With our brand new ...
... we are meant to wear not only covered in shoes, but long pants and long sleeves as well. Because we packed for a heatwave, we didn’t bring long sleeves (although we could have done with them a few times!), so upon entering town we sought out Mal’s employer which thankfully was open 'late’ because it is Thursday, and found some suitable attire on sale. Love a bargain...
Set up, dinner cooked by Elijah, and bed. We have an early start ...
... across the Nullarbor and finishes at Ceduna. A total distance of 1,372 kms. It was built at a cost of 1.6 million dollars and there is a hole located at each of the roadhouses as you make you way across the plains. The idea behind the course was to encourage people to stop and take a break from their journey which should then contribute to the reduction of fatigue related accidents.
The first two holes are at Kalgoorlie GC so back we went ...
We drove 167klms this morning from Norseman to Kalgoorlie in the 4wd sardine can car.
On the way we looked at Coolgardie which is a very old mining town and so had beautiful old stone buildings all along the Main Street that were built in 1897!
Arriving at Kalgoorlie we were surprised at how big the town is. The Tourist Bureau was very helpful as they almost always are. The town has ...
We arrived in Kalgoorlie around 6.30pm on Friday. The lady at the caravan park agreed to wait for us as they normally closed at 6.00pm. Set up the van and sat back and did our new ritual on this trip, watched everybody loves Raymond which we had on a hard drive. Hard getting good TV reception everywhere we went. Next morning we did a tour of the town. Kalgoorlie is a really beautiful town with old buildings that have ...