Quality Inn Railway Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
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... pit at 1pm. Despite our best efforts, we got there at about 12.55 only to see the plumes of smoke and dust already lifting into the air which meant that we had missed the blast by only a minute or two. The Teenager was not happy.
We went ‘home’ for a bit via the supermarket, where Josh was most perturbed to see a local indigenous man calmly help himself to some bananas and ...
... 8000 tones of gold out of it each year- unbelievable! It truly is a mind boggling sight! Those huge dump trucks look like tiny little ants crawling around inside it and the roar when each one us filled with blasted rocks is frightening (we missed the blast at 1pm). And it was roasting hot! (35 deg) We got to our Caravan park (discovery Park, Kalgoorlie) at about 4.30pm. We were tired and hot and bothered, and couldn't wait to get in ...
... got much better. Jacob was fairly good and bit some fabulous shots ( and some ? Doozies). Mez was ok. Just smashed it with no style or regard for direction. Moff was serious and practiced each shot before stepping up to the ball each time. He kept hitting the ball way off course and it was Moff that landed in the dam! Too funny.
We had to return our last WA library books and so hung out ...
... through town in near total darkness - Kalgoorlie is a town in the middle of the outback, so street lights are a luxury reserved for only the most central of streets - we arrived at the lookout over the mine. By this point, the worried looks had given way to hushed whisperings, and everybody on the bus was looking around at each other like they were waiting for the candid camera. It was so weird.
Dad and I got out of the bus and hung back to let all of the ...
... is an enormous headframe which stands 39 metres high. It was originally part of the Big Bell Mine in Cue before it was moved to the Ivanhoe Mine in Kalgoorlie and then donated to the museum. It offers great panoramic views. The museum features the social and cultural history of the goldfields and also has a gold vault for viewing. The De Bernales Building was a replica of Charles De Bernales' Perth Office. To read about ...