Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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Travel Blogs from Kalgoorlie
... look in the Minerals Museum. Our last night here, a cold one apparently! Oh yes, last nights film was "Mad Max, Fury Road", lots of furious driving and fury!! There are lots of gold prospectors in the park here, with gold detectors to make their fortune. Some old, some retired, some young but all trying to find that elusive ...
... the middle of tall trees and thick bush. Only 6 headstones in the cemetery, and one was Bernard Sheridan's, just as in the cemetery photo that Eloise Sheridan found in Trove. We weeded his grave and took photos, it's probably been over 100 years since a Sheridan relation has visited Bernard's grave. Interesting to note that the old Paddington township where Bernard lived, has completely disappeared into what is now a giant hole ...
... to auto hand aashing and drying. If you stay more than 10 mins the door opens and you are requested to leave. It also plays elevator music to smooth you while on the job. At 9 clicked over we went to the end of Burt St and the Loopline Railway Museum. 09:00 to 10:00 – Loopline Museum and Info Centre at Boulder Street Railway Station in Hamilton Street Boulder. The historic Loopline railway was once the most important urban transport for Kalgoorlie and Boulder, and ...
In the morning mum and I went for a jog down the street. I then did my school work for the day. After that dad came back from his ride and we cooked pancakes for breakfast. After breakfast we went to a lookout and a tank for the towns water. The fresh water is pumped from a place near Perth over 500 km away. Most people in the early days thought ...
... br> Our tour guide was Matt, who is in an ex-miner himself, so from the time we collected our safety vests and goggles and boarded the bus, we were bombarded with facts and information. We learnt that gold was first discovered in this area in 1893 by a couple of fellows who just happened to find some alluvial gold nuggets lying around. This then lead to a gold rush in the area, and the formation ...