Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cook up our vegies before we get to Ceduna Border Quarantine stop so used the shuttle chef to cook up chicken, sweet potato, carrots, zucchini and onion in a pasta sauce. Also made a salad and a sandwich.
Crossed the border into South Australia and lost 2.5 hours. Booked an unpowered site at Nullarbor roadhouse on the Nullarbor, $20. Pretty uninteresting countryside and the wind is blowing a ...
... of its colleagues will hit the long, winding road to the waste tip. They even have onboard cameras focusing on the drivers face to recognise signs of fatigue! Even though it’s dark we can see the extraction process and the 5m high dump trucks bringing their 400 ton loads to surface level. Bizarrely, it reminds M of the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, except rather bigger!
We zip round the museum, which is also a training centre, and given interesting information about how ...
... all the old buildings, looking at all the displays. We climbed the hauler truck and the boys had a play in the cabin.
We spent a short time gold panning but Zach ...
... Kalgoorlie offers a 24 hr free camp so as it was fairly late in the day before we left Doctors decided to go there. It was exceptionally good. You had to be self-contained but there were flushing toilets nearby. We filled in a survey sheet and recommended that the limit should be increased to 48 hrs.
Kalgoorlie is a RV friendly town and there was ample all-day parking in the centre of town to park our Motorhome.
Kalgoorlie is a very old town and ...
... in the same location. We entered via the infamous “starting stall” where the ladies first talk to the gentlemen and we were greeted by Madam Carmel (who spoke just like Daphne. Sorry Daph!). The Madam explained the workings of the house and took us on a tour of the bordello. We saw the “Working” rooms including the Domination Room. The town used to have 18 brothels, all in Hay Street. Today only two remain. Carmel explained that once the ...