Ibis Styles Kalgoorlie
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Last night we packed up the car when Clayton got home from work and set off about 7.30 pm to Kalgoorlie.
We were towing the trailer and the car was loaded up so it was a slow trip with several stops for fuel but we arrived in Kalgoorlie about 3 am
straight to bed for all of us. Clayton went to work about 8 am and us girls slowly got up and got sorted and went to Hammond Park, it was really nice, lots of green grass and picnic tables, ...
... left, but stretched off into eternity on the right. Actually, it stretches off 22km from Cape Le Grand in the east to Wylie Bay in the west, close to Esperance. You can drive on the beach the whole way at low tide, as we learnt from eavesdropping in the Visitor Information Centre the day before, which is also very different to the kinds of restrictions we have at home! It was easy to see that the camps definitely fill up quickly, as it was about 10am and the camping ...
· When the gold is sent off to the refinery it is 90% gold, 8% silver and 2% copper
· The purest gold is 24 carat
· Gold is 19.1 times heavier than water
· The superpit makes $3 million profit per day
· Once re-fuelled, the trucks can go for 12 hours
· During a drivers lunch break, a casual driver will drive the truck
... 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 ...