Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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... called Southern Cross where the gale-force winds and predicted rain persuaded me to take a room in the caravan park. It was their agricultural show the next day, and I was feeling sad for them until I discovered everyone would be over the moon, as rain was sorely needed…..
Bit of drama on the road when van tyre blew out. Good fortune and Peter's good driving luckily meant everything stayed ...
Wet wet wet...what's going on!!!! We are not used to this stuff falling from the sky!!!! Not only was it wet but it stormed thunder and lightening. Not much fun at all. When the rain did stop long enough we set out to explore all things gold and mines!!! They do things big ...
... very proud of their Mining Rememberence Wall. A sad memorial to many who have died in the area from mining accidents. Sadly there is a reminder that life is going to be no easier in the future as there are several slabs of empty granite to be inscribed in future years.
Wednesday morning we were all set to go to Coolgardie. Not to be - ruddy air con not working. Humph. Back to the CB place. 2 hours later and they figured out the problem being the fuse in the ...
... some laundry duties, Georgia and I headed for a tour while Andrew opted for some chill time. The long drive yesterday had taken its toll and he was happy to recharge. Georgia and I visited the Superpit - an amazing hole in the ground that has to be seen to be believed - and even then, it still seems unbelieveable. The hole is over 3km in length and well over 1 km wide. Its depth is a staggering 600m deep. Tiny vehicles are moving endlessly along the tracks carved in ...
Was a cold and foggy start this morning, only 5C. Took it slowly as we didn't have any plans until 11:00. First stop was Mt Charlotte Lookout. It is a small hill to the north of Kalgoorlie which is the site of the original water storage. Water is piped here from Perth through a pipeline built in the 1890s. Good views over Kalgoorlie and the Super Pit. Then went to the WA Museum of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and did the tour. We were the only ones on ...