Ibis Styles Kalgoorlie
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... do 9 holes due to time constraint, but we have played the first 2 holes of Nullabor Links.
Then the tram tourist drive around town. This was a great way to get a feel and view of Kalgoorlie. The Museum was very good.
We did the 3pm tour of the Pink Brothel which people built up as a must see. To listen to the stories of the Madame was good, but I would say a can do, not as must ...
Left from Hopetoun to do a loop to Kalgoorlie to Leonora back and down to Esperance on the way north and had a look at Wave Rock. Then headed up to Kalgoorlie started raining again this time it flooded there streets. Saw the massive super pit mine.
Went up north to Leonora were they had a great free museum and the old town called Gwalia 100 years ago that ...
29<sup>th</sup> July Wednesday As we packed up this morning, it played on our minds that today would be the true test of whether the new gearbox could handle pulling the camper trailer. Once on the road, we were stoked to be able to do 90kms comfortably and to see the rev counter at a nice and low 1900. The engine is running smoother and quieter than our previous trips, and for the first time in the past month we could breathe a sigh of relief. We even ...
... the area; an important meeting place. The Aboriginal languages of this area use a sound halfway between a ‘K’ and a ‘G’. This led to a number of variations of the spelling, but Warden Finnerty is credited to have officially changed the name to Coolgardie. By 1898 the town was the third largest in WA, after Perth and Fremantle. At its peak there were reportedly 15,000 residents with another 10,000 in the orld immediate area. By the time of World War 1 ...
... We are staying at The Goldminer caravan park. There are no grassy sites here but they do have concrete blocks to park the vans next to. After we settled in it was time to go for a drive and have a look around. We went to the Information centre and we also booked a tour of the mine.The town centre reminds me a bit like Broken Hill. Not sure if the two towns are the same age or not but they are very similar. ...