Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie
Travel Blogs from Kalgoorlie
... home and scrubbed up ready to have some professional photos taken at the old 'Two up' site just outside of town.
Most of all we just really enjoyed hanging out with Sue, Jess and the rest of the family. We enjoyed a lot of dinners with Cathy and the crew. Cathys' daughter Sam has a 2 1/2 yr old boy Lincoln and him and Zoe had a blast playing together every time we visited.
On to Perth for a few day next..
... than Rossiter Bay, but not as nice as Cape Le Grand Beach, Hellfire Bay or Thistle Cove. Lucky Bay is famous for photos of kangaroos lounging on the sand, although we didn't see any. There were a few cars pulled up on the beach, but the wind was starting to pick up so it wasn't really a very appealing place to be. We'd been planning on having lunch here, but because of the windswept beach and the full camping area we decided to head back to Cape Le Grand Beach where ...
... 8-10 towns all joined by railway. When the gold dried up, all but three of the towns were deserted, these three being Kalgoorlie, Boulder and Williamstown. Hence this area is actually known as Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Not sure what happened to Williamstown!
For the first 100 years, the mining here was done via tunnels and shafts, but in the 80’s a fellow by the name of Alan Bond thought ...
There's really nothing newsworthy to say about today, it was a day for getting from point A to point B. In this case, from Wave Rock to Kalgoorlie.
I was a little sad to say goodbye to our ensuite site at Wave Rock. This may be a big call, but I think it was the best ensuite site we’ve ever had! Not only did it have the standard shower and toilet, but it also had a sink for dishes, a (free) washing machine, and a dishwasher! We didn’t actually ...
... a little while.
Stopping at Kambalda Golf Course for the third hole, we were shocked at the dirt and sand. No lush greens here to ruin. This hole was Par 4 and we played it "ambrose style" where you hit off from the best shot of the group each time. Took less time and we managed to finish with 9 hits this time. We all had a laugh and Moff was a lot more relaxed on this course which we had all ...