Kalgoorlie-Boulder are historic adjoining towns with its architecture and wide street reflecting the gold rush era but it still offers modern facilities to visitors and residents.
Located 596km east of Perth, this gold mining capital has a population of 30,000.
Kalgoorlie boomed during the gold rush era and is one of the few surviving towns. It is a great place to learn about the gold rush of the 1890's, pan for gold, visit nearby ghost towns and experience the fascinating history of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder is also the ending point for the CY O'Connor pipeline that transports water from Mundaring Weir to this outback town.
Two great trails have been developed that encompass Kalgoorlie as a major point of interest.
The Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail follows the pipeline and its history from Perth to Kalgoorlie.
The Golden Quest Discovery Trail will lead you on a 965 km adventure through the regions gold rush history.
Kalgoorlie has a rich history steeped in the romance, hard times and booming success of the Gold Mining Industry. more
“Experience the Midas Touch” Comfort Inn Midas is the closest Motel to the CBD of Kalgoorlie offering warm friendly home away from home style accommodation ranging from 3.5 to 4 star rating. more
Offering the finest accommodation in the Western Australian Goldfields region, Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie is located conveniently within walking distance to Kalgoorlie's restaurants, entertainment and business district. more
Kalgoorlie-Boulder are historic adjoining towns with its architecture and wide street reflecting the gold rush era but it still offers modern facilities to visitors and residents. Located 596km east of Perth, this gold mining capital has a population of 30,000. more
Discover the history of the gold rush! This adventure encompasses Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie-Boulder, extending north to Menzies, Kookynie, Gwalia, Leonora and Laverton. The Trail represents a journey through a landscape resonant with the ghosts and stories of the past. It’s a journey rich with architectural and engineering gems, natural history, Aboriginal history and a host of remarkable characters. Kalgoorlie offers a great starting or ending point. more
Kalgoorlie is located 595 kilometres east of Perth; and is famed for producing a large portion of Australia’s gold bullion as well as being the home to one of the biggest open cut mines in the world. This immense operation is known as the ‘Super Pit’, part of the ‘Gold Mile’; it is famed for being the richest square mile of gold bearing in the world. more
Follow the C.Y. O'Connor pipeline as it pumps water from Mundaring Weir to Kalgoorlie. more
Climb aboard the Loopline, which was once the busiest railway in Australia. more
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