Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 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 ...
... on their front door.
We shouted ourselves out to dinner to one of the pubs in town. On the main street and many of the side streets there are a lot of the original buildings from the gold rush days still standing. Today’s architects could learn a lesson or two from the architects of the pioneer days. The wrought iron and the finish used on these buildings are gorgeous, and to think they didn’t have the modern building practices and tools ...
... of them in action all day....I wonder if they go all night too? We are not really into Mine Tours but it would have been interesting to hear and learn all about this place. No tours today so we read as much information as we could on all the signs. Mixed feelings of sadness for the scar this is leaving on the earth. The miner's jobs look very repetitive so boring work. We went to see the huge ...
... 1.5kms wide and 570 metres deep. The mine produces 850,000 ounces of gold a year which with the current cost of gold equates to over 1 billion dollars of gold a year. The mine only has a further life span of 15 or so years, so will affect the town and the 550 people it employs when it closes. We did some other bits and pieces around the town, couldn't do some things as they where closed, but did manage to visit ...
Away at 8am this morning, arrived at Leanora for morning tea... Nothing open, so drove out the road a bit to make our own cuppa... Ray had to make a decision now, whether to do the Great Central Road or go further south and go over the Nullabour. There was a fair bit of rain over night, at Leinster and I think it's been wide spread. Phoned the Information ...