• Kalgoorlie Desert Race 2022

    577 Hannan street, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 6430 .

    One of Australia's largest off-road racing events for both bikes & cars is coming to Kalgoorlie this October!

    The 2022 edition of the Black Diamond Drilling Services Australia Ltd Pty Kalgoorlie Desert Race takes place in our backyard for 4 days of action-packed racing from the 20th to 23rd of October‼️

    2022 will see the Kalgoorlie Desert Race finishing off the National Off-Road Racing Circuit as the final round of the 2022 AORC – BF Goodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship.

    This, the fourth year of the Kalgoorlie Desert Race, sees the track settling into its own unique groove and flow; which is gaining much praise and excitement from the ever increasing field of competitors.

    ​The approximately 135 km course offers a wide variety of terrains, flat dead flat salt lakes through to sandy wooded sections and a range of well-formed berms to really rail though, the Kalgoorlie Desert Race has something that every competitor & spectator will enjoy.

    ​The course offers a fuel stop approximately halfway through & the course being essentially a circuit makes it easy for competitors to be based at a single location for the weekend.

    On Thursday the 20th of October 2022 don't miss the FREE family friendly event at the Kalgoorlie Race Course! Come & see the bikes & buggies before they get dusty, watch a freestyle motocross display & buy your merch. Food vans, bouncy castles, licenced bar (18+) & a live band will also be available!

    Keen for more info? Visit the event website

    Get in early & BOOK your Kalgoorlie Accommodation direct & stay in the heart of town with us at The View on Hannans.

  • Goldfields Arts Centre - Awkward Family Photos

    Goldfields Arts Centre, Cheetham Street, Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    Create some FREE, quirky memories with family & friends this JULY 2022!

    In celebration of the National Portrait Gallery – Living Memory opening on the 1st of July 2022-Goldfields Arts Centre presents ‘Awkward Family Photos’.

    They are offering family & friends an opportunity to take make some crazy, 'awkward' photo memories with Savannah from Wild Life Imagery

    Have a laugh and get creative with your own outfits & props and take home some memorable photos and a fabulous experience.

    Photo sessions will run on the 2, 16, 30 July 2022 from 11am – 1pm. There is a $10 booking fee per session. From the shoot you will receive 5 FREE edited digital photos

    EMAIL the Goldfields Arts Centre should you wish to include your family pet.

    BOOK at the Goldfields Arts Centre WEBSITE ASAP as time slots are filling fast!

    At the same time BOOK your Kalgoorlie accommodation DIRECT & STAY in the heart of town with US!

  • Gold Nugget Tours

    Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    Follow in the footsteps of ghosts of the past with gold prospecting tours run by Gold Nugget Tours.

    Running from April to November they have various packages to suit your needs as you enjoy a day of adventure while searching for the elusive gold nugget!

    Experienced guides teach you all there is to know about gold prospecting, the best type of equipment for you & how to maximise your experience.

    Gold Nugget Tours can provide you with the latest Minelab Detector hire or bring your own, as well as two-way radios for your piece of mind when prospecting and also picks, shovels, harnesses, etc for when you make your find!

    They are located 43 km from Kalgoorlie so if you are travelling by caravan, camper, tenting it or just out for a drive, they can accommodate you.

    For more info on their packages & to book contact Gold Nugget Tours direct via their website or call 0455 11 22 31.


    BOOK your KALGOORLIE ACCOMMODATION DIRECT & STAY in the heart of town with US!

  • Brickwrecks: Sunken Ships in LEGO® Bricks

    17 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    From the watery depths explore Brickwrecks: Sunken Ships in LEGO® Bricks revealed in incredible model detail at the Museum of the Goldfields.

    Discover the stories of extraordinary shipwrecks brought to you care of Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught who has worked with expert maritime archaeologists, to bring to life these astonishing shipwrecks and their stories in this immersive exhibition.

    Ryan is the only LEGO® certified professional in the Southern Hemisphere, and one of only 14 in the world!

    Featuring large-scale LEGO® models of ships such as Western Australia’s famous Batavia, the “unsinkable” Titanic and the ill-fated Terror and Erebus. Come and uncover the stories of the voyages, life aboard the ships, their watery demise and the shipwreck detectives who locate and document the wrecks.

    Brickwrecks: Sunken Ships in LEGO® Bricks is showing until Sunday the 14th of August so round up the kids, young and young at heart, and secure your tickets now at the Museum of the Goldfields website

    BOOK your KALGOORLIE ACCOMMODATION DIRECT & STAY in the heart of town with US!

  • Perth to Kalgoorlie Roadie

    430 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    Get inspired to travel to the heart of the golden WA outback with a roadie from Perth to our beloved town of Kalgoorlie. This epic trip is especially perfect for those interested in WA’s rich mining history.

    HOT advice & tips for you to start planning your adventures...

    WHEN: Cool temperatures between May & September provide idyllic conditions in the Goldfields. These months also overlap with the region’s thriving wildflower season.

    HOW LONG: Approx 620 km so allow 4 days.

    NEED TO KNOW: There are petrol stations & general stores at each overnight stop-off but bring extra food & supplies for time between towns. Phone reception is strong in Kalgoorlie, but you may find it spotty in towns along the way.

    VEHICLE ACCESS & SAFETY: If you’re travelling on a section of the Golden Pipeline Trail, a four-wheel drive is recommended. Refer to the RAC’s driving tips here


    Day 1:Perth to Northam via Mundaring (126 km)

    It’s a short drive from Perth to Mundaring, in the picturesque Perth Hills. While here, visit the Mundaring Weir. Constructed between 1898 and 1903, the weir marks the beginning of the Golden Pipeline Trail and is one of WA’s biggest engineering feats of all time. Head for the Number 1 Pump Station Museum at the foot of the weir to learn more about its fascinating history and head engineer, CY O’Connor.
    Travel along the Great Eastern Highway to reach your next stop, the town of Northam. You’ll spot the famous PUBLIC Art Silo Trail along the way, which features a giant mural painted on a collection of wheat silos.

    Day 2: Northam to Merredin (163 km)

    Before leaving Northam (if you’re feeling adventurous), book a hot air balloon ride over the Avon Valley to watch the sunrise. Then, take a short drive inland to reach the town of Meckering. Here you’ll find the quirky Big Camera Museum, filled with more than 1,500 cameras, projectors, kaleidoscopes and slides that represent the history of photography in WA.

    The small towns of Cunderdin, Tammin and Kellerberrin line the route from Meckering to Merredin; your next overnight stop-off. The No. 3 Pumping Station in Cunderdin and Kokerbin Rock in Kellerberrin are great places to stretch your legs and learn more about the Wheatbelt’s rich history.

    Day 3: Merredin to Coolgardie (295 km)

    Continue along Great Eastern Highway to Coolgardie. On the way, don’t miss Westonia, a delightful small town with a main street full of old shop facades, a working gold mine and a beautiful lookout. The Westonia Hood-Penn Museum is a quirky stop that showcases early life in the shire, and has a vibrating mine tunnel where you can experience what it was like to work in an early gold mine.

    Coolgardie is the final town along the highway before Kalgoorlie and is well worth a visit. Check out the Goldfields Exhibition Museum within the impressive Warden’s Court building while you’re here.

    Day 4: Coolgardie to Kalgoorlie (39 km)

    From Coolgardie it’s only a 30-minute drive to Kalgoorlie and you have arrived! Continue browsing under the Attractions tab of our website to start planning and booking local activities and things to see and do in our fabulous and historical town!


    35 Cheetham St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    Come & get your laugh on at Goldfields Arts Centre this June and enjoy pure comedy from one of the BEST stand-ups in the world-JIMEOIN!

    JIMEOIN LIVE is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. A ferocious onslaught of gags & a constant stream of laughter, all with inimitable facial expressions (and yes, those world-famous eyebrows) – it’s the ultimate comedy show!

    So prepare for JIMEOIN to keep you in stitches and SAVE THE DATE- Friday 24 June 2022 at 8.00pm and BOOK your tickets ASAP at the Goldfields Arts Centre website.

    At the same time BOOK your accommodation in the heart of Kalgoorlie with us and make a long weekend away of it!

    *Please note: This performance contains course language and adult themes so is not suitable for persons aged 14 and under

  • Prospector Train

    Piccadilly WA 6430 .

    Travel with a difference on the 'Prospector’, the perfect & stress-free way to travel to Kalgoorlie & the Goldfields region This state-of-the-art high-speed train is operated by Transwa & departs from Perth & Kalgoorlie stations once a day, twice on Monday & Friday.

    The Perth to Kalgoorlie standard gauge train line first opened in 1971, replacing the overnight sleeper service & cutting the 653 km journey from fourteen hours to only eight—making it the fastest service in Australia at the time.

    The modern ‘Prospector’ (also known to locals as the Kalgoorlie train) is a far cry from the 1970's model—boasting air-conditioning, power points for charging your electronic devices, full buffet service and on-demand personal entertainment systems, complete with new release movies.

    Visit the Transwa website for info & to book your tickets!

  • Circle H Helicopters

    Hart Kerspien Dr, Broadwood WA 6430, Australia .

    Get a bird’s eye view of our spectacular region with Circle H Helicopters, a local family owned and operated business, established in the Goldfields in 2016. They pride themselves on providing a safe, efficient, and first-class aerial support service to a variety of industry and community groups, as well as private and personalised services.

    Witness the rare beauty of Kalgoorlie-Boulder from above, take in its history and find yourself in awe of the mammoth size and location of the infamous KCGM Super Pit on a 15-minute flight or take a 25-minute flight and take in all this plus the expanses of Salt Lake that truly set Kalgoorlie-Boulder apart from the rest! You can also customise your own, special experience.

    Find out more and book your joy flight at their website or call them on 0432 237 744.

  • Bush Ghoodhu Wongutha Tours

    Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    Bush Ghoodhu Wongutha Tours is a family business that are passionate about their country and culture. They offer a range of cultural experiences both in and around the town of Kulgooluh. As the region’s first people, the Wongutha people share a strong connection to the land and the surrounding country. The region’s geological landmarks, flora and fauna are woven into the ancient Dreaming stories that define the 30,000 year old Wongutha culture.

    As a family business, the owners of Bush Ghoodhu Wongutha Tours are passionate about their country and culture. The tours they operate give them an opportunity to share their knowledge of this special region. Giving visitors a glimpse into both the modern and ancient history of Kalgoorlie through a range of tours they offer, helps keep their culture alive.


    Visit their website for more info on all the tours available and to book.

  • Questa Casa

    133 Hay St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    A trip to Kalgoorlie isn't complete without a visit to the 'Pink House'!

    AKA-'Questa Casa' is one of the world's oldest working brothels & has been in known operation since the early 1900s.

    Questa Casa is the only brothel remaining on Hay Street & has the iconic “Starting Stalls" which were world famous for the scantily clad ladies standing in the doorways. Still operating, the girls throw open these infamous doors nightly!

    Intrigued to find out more? Then take a guided tour, available from 3pm daily (arrival at 2:50pm). The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes and takes you through the historical working areas of the house and through the rooms which the ladies use every night, the same rooms that have been used since this house was established. The cramped rooms, which are freezing in winter and stifling hot in summer, give a unique insight into the life of those who frequented these world-famous illegal houses.

    Hear stories of how it was in "old" Kalgoorlie, for the ladies and those often-lonely miners who visited them. Discover why, despite complaining bitterly about the working conditions, the ladies flocked here and kept coming back time and time again.

    * Tickets are $30 Adult or $25 senior concession (60+) and can be purchased direct from Questa Casa by calling 08 9021 4897.

    * Please note* The age limitation! Because Questa Casa is an operating brothel, it is a government regulation that nobody under the age of 18 is allowed on the premises.

  • Heart of Gold Discovery Trail

    17 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    Travel through time walking Kalgoorlie’s interactive Heart of Gold Discovery Trail.

    Experience today's gold mines to the early gold rushes on this 2km self-guided walking trail that is exciting & entertaining visitors, students & locals in the region.

    Starting your journey at the Museum of the Goldfields, the treasure trail uncovers 10 locations of gold significance throughout the city.

    Explore audio & video tales, play augmented reality games, and use fun widgets as you uncover a city built on gold.

    Trailblazers can even claim their own commemorative medallion when they complete the trail.

    Download the FREE Heart of Gold Australia App from the App Store or Google Play & learn Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s golden story! Learn more: https://bit.ly/HOGAapp

    For more info contact the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre via their website or call (08) 9091 3333.

  • Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club

    14 Meldrum Ave, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    No trip to Kalgoorlie-Boulder region is complete without a day at the races!

    Racing in the Goldfields is a unique experience like no other. Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club Inc hosts 21 race meetings a year, including one of the most iconic events on the national stage, the Kalgoorlie-Boulder "Race Round", where people flock to the grounds from all over Australia!

    Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club caters for all your racing needs & much more! To truly experience what they have to offer, come along to a day at the races.

    There are also opportunities to Sponsor an individual race or an entire race day or become of Member of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club. Sponsors & Members receive several benefits throughout the year and it is a great networking opportunity whilst enjoying an afternoon at the races.

    For more information visit their website or call them on (08) 9021 2303.

  • Goldfields Air Services

    Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport, Hart Kerspien Drive, Broadwood WA, Australia .

    Take to the sky for some of the most breathtaking views of our magnificent back yard care of Goldfields Air Services. Providing locals & visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy a bird’s eye view of Southern Western Australia’s most well-known landmarks

    Whether you’re looking to take in the sights via an outback experience, photographing & surveying or simply want to see this beautiful landscape from a different point of view, Goldfields Air Services is easily accessible for everyone.

    The majestic Superpit or the splendour of the Recherche Archipelago and Esperance’s Pink Lake Hillier, Goldfields Air Services has a scenic flight option for you!

    All of their pilots are experienced & educated to ensure the availability of an informative guided tour & create some lifelong memories for their passengers.

    Find out more and book your scenic flight at their website or give them a call on 1800-FLYGAS (1800-359427).

  • Kalgoorlie Golf Course

    93 Aslett Dr, Karlkurla WA 6430, Australia .

    Kalgoorlie Golf Course is rated as one of the top 10 desert golf courses in the world and offers a fantastic Australian outback golfing experience set in the heart of the Western Australian Goldfields and only a 10-minute drive from The View On Hannans.

    The course also has the accolade of currently being ranked number 32 in Golf Australia Magazine Top Public Access Courses making it a must visit for all golf fanatics during their time in our beautiful region.

    The course designed by Graham Marsh has many holes with spectacular desert views & highlights the contrast between the green fairways, golden sands, the dramatic outback red earth set against the plentiful local gum trees & fauna

    The 8th hole 'The Super Pit' will leave all golfers with a view they will never forget. Many island tee positions offering multiple teeing options depending on your golfing ability. Couch fairways offer generous landing areas.

    The 19th hole comes in the form of the Water Hole Bar & Bistro which is open Thursday to Sunday offering mouth-watering meals & refreshing beverages.

    With a Pro Shop stocking all your gear requirements, golf cart hire & a driving range, this course is perfect for the whole family to enjoy.

    The course is OPEN during the summer months from 5:30am to 6:00pm.

    For more information visit their website or call them on (08) 9026 2626 for bookings.

  • Thunderstruck Goldfields Trike Tours

    56 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    With the wind in your hair and your knees in the breeze, Thunderstruck is the ultimate Goldfields Experience. Get your heart racing and adrenaline pumping as you board one of the most unique Harley Davidson custom trikes in Australia.

    Explore historic Hannan and Burt Streets from an unbelievable perspective, or venture out to tour iconic destinations such as the famous Two Up Ring, The Broad Arrow Tavern, The Oro Banda Hotel, Red Hill overlooking Lake Lefroy in Kambalda.

    Feeling really adventurous? Experience one of their extended tours like the Golden Triangle, 220kms visiting Red Hill, Widgiemooltha, Coolgardie and back to Kalgoorlie on a 4 hour epic journey.

    Get the ride of your life and an experience that will stay with you forever! For more information and bookings call 0409 724 333

  • Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre

    Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre, 316 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    Situated within the historic Kalgoorlie Town Hall, the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre (KBVC) provides a comprehensive range of local information for anyone planning a trip to the city or wanting to make the most out of their stay in the region.

    Whether you have questions about the best time to travel, what places to visit, where to stay or eat or what tours are available, the KBVC should be your first port of call.

    With a large range of memorabilia, souvenirs and local photographs, the gift shop within the centre is worth a peek before the end of your stay.

    Visit their website for further info https://www.kalgoorlietourism.com/ or call them on (08) 9021 1966.

  • Beaten Track Brewery

    Shop 2/165-181 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA 6432 .

    Beer-lovers should not miss a stop at Beaten Track Brewery, the only brewhouse operating in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

    The small microbrewery specialises in brewing locally-made beer to keep even the most passionate craft beer enthusiasts satisfied.

    Bringing craft beer straight from the tap to the Goldfields region, operating a production facility in the industrial suburb of South Boulder & a brew pub in the heart of the CBD.

    Their venue offers a relaxed & easy-going atmosphere with personlised service to enjoy some of the best burgers in town washed down with refreshing beer.

    OPEN: Thursday to Saturday - 11:00AM - 9:00PM (Kitchen CLOSED between 2:30 & 4:00PM). Sunday - 12:00PM - 6:00PM (Kitchen open until 5:30PM)

    Conveniently located just down the road from us at Shop 2, 165 to 181 Hannan Street-between Hutch Hair Care & Noble Clothing.

    Call Beaten Track Brewery on 0429 205 516 or email them on ontap@beatentrackbrewery.com.au for further info or bookings.

  • The Chunky Timber Co

    40 Oroya St, South Boulder WA 6432, Australia .

    The Chunky Timber Co is a one of a kind treasure trove of local, hand produced timber creations that can’t be found anywhere else in the world!

    Chunky has been crafting one-off timber pieces in the Goldfields since 2001, and can tell you exactly where every piece comes from. He produces close to zero waste, turning the smallest off cuts into tumbled and handcrafted Nullarbor Beads. All crafted items are made from the most beautiful gnarled, dense timbers; his major work taking years to make from 'tree to table.' 

    ​You will find the studio showroom just near the Superpit Lookout at 40 Oroya st, Boulder. Be sure to visit and experience this region and participate in a hands on, all ages workshop including beading, pyrographic artwork or home wares crafting.

    Visit the website: https://www.chunkytimberco.com or call 1300 881 927 for more info.

  • Kalgoorlie Town Hall

    Corner of Hannan Street and Wilson Streets, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 6430 .

    Built as a state-of-the-art theatre in 1908, the Federation Free Classical style building has many beautiful architectural features such as ornate pressed metal ceilings, chandeliers, sweeping staircase, fly tower with original theatre rigging, backstage area with 11 dressing rooms. Costing almost £20,000 to construct, the Kalgoorlie Town Hall was officially opened on 8th November 1908.

    The upstairs foyer is home to the Sporting Hall of Fame, where photographs of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s sporting heroes are on display, alongside artefacts and memorabilia of events and important occasions in the history of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. The Council Chambers and Mayor’s Parlour on the first floor contains many objects, photographs and paintings of historic value, and to this day continues to host the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Council meetings.

    A familiar sight for visitors to Kalgoorlie-Boulder is the commemorative statue of Paddy Hannan, an Irish prospector who is credited with discovering the first gold in Kalgoorlie that started one of the greatest gold rushes in Australia’s history. The original statue was erected in 1929 and has since been refurbished and relocated inside the foyer of the hall where it can be viewed during guided tours. The more durable replica of Paddy Hannan was erected in 1983 and awaits you to take his photo and even refresh yourself with a drink from his waterbag.

  • Nullarbor Links

    93 Aslett Dr, Karlkurla WA 6430, Australia .

    Aussie experiences don’t get much more quintessential than teeing off on the unique 18-hole, par 72 Nullarbor Links Golf Course that stretches a whopping  1,365 kilometres! One hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Eyre Highway from Kalgoorlie to Ceduna in SA which undoubtedly has the claim to fame of being the world’s longest golf course!

    The course, dreamed up over ‘a couple of beers’ and five years of effort was developed to enhance tourism along the highway, providing travellers with a most unusual added attraction. Each hole showcases a local attraction, including ancient fossil beds, a giant kangaroo statue, whale-watching and more.

    The first two holes start at Kalgoorlie Golf Club so once you’ve finished all the things to do in Kalgoorlie, then why not head off down the Nullarbor on this extreme golfing adventure! Contact the Golf Club for more information on 08 9026 2626

  • Kalgoorlie Boulder Tram

    316 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    Enjoy the best of Kalgoorlie Boulder in the Tram Tour Taster!

    Sit back & relax & take in the journey around town on a replica of the trams that serviced Kalgoorlie-Boulder on what was once the busiest suburban passenger route in the nation (yes, busier than Sydney!) Stopping at many of the attractions throughout town.

    Tours available from Monday to Friday at 10 am & 1 pm & Saturday at 10 am.

    • Tours depart from the Bus Stop on the side of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre (Kalgoorlie Town Hall) on Wilson Street.
    • Prices: $30 (adult) $25 (concession) $5 (children)

    For more info & bookings contact Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre on 08 9021 1966 or visit their website https://www.kalgoorlietourism.com/kalgoorlie-boulder-tram

  • Goldfields Arts Centre

    35 Cheetham St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    The Goldfields Arts Centre is the only multi-functional arts venue in the Goldfields region. It boasts a 700 seat auditorium, licensed bars, multiple gallery spaces including a dedicated A-Class gallery, an ensemble room, function room, meeting rooms and dance studio.

    Sit front row on opening night or stroll upstairs to the gallery, the Goldfields Arts Centre provides unique cultural experiences and opportunities for visitors and the local community alike.

    Go to their website to view details of their current exhibitions and fabulous line up of live shows, offering a range of performances, perfect for the whole family- https://goldfieldsartscentre.com.au/Home

  • Karlkurla Bushland Park

    57 Paddington Dr, Hannans WA 6430, Australia .

    The Karlkurla Bushland Park comprises of 200 hectares of natural regrowth bushland, along with over 2,000 trees and shrubs planted by community volunteers back in 2000.

    ‘Karlkurla’ (pronounced gull-gurl-la), is the local Aboriginal word for the Silky Pear, one of the many native bushes, trees and small plants that can now be enjoyed while strolling along the park’s 4km walking trail making it the perfect walking and picnic spot.

    Karlkurla Bushland Park is also home to many animals. If you are very quiet or visit the Park in the early morning or evening, you may see a western grey kangaroo or two. There are also a number of reptiles found here with bobtails often sited in Spring as the weather starts to warm up. If you are lucky, you may see a dragon lizard or even a mulga snake! There are a variety of birds in the Park, magpies, willy wagtails, honeyeaters and miners are common.

    Take time out from the hustle and bustle of life and witness some of the most amazing Goldfields sunsets from the top of the Katunga lookout, located about 1.5km from the Park’s entrance.

    A comprehensive Native Plant Guide of the Park is available from Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre. This book has been developed to provide an appreciation of the extraordinary bushland around Kalgoorlie Boulder, and in particular, the plant species found in Karlkurla Bushland Park. The book includes a range of Kalgoorlie Boulder’s flowering shrubs, trees and everlastings.

    Karlkurla Bushland Park is an 8-minute drive from the centre of Kalgoorlie and is located at the end of Nankiville Road, in the suburb of Hannans, and is open all year round.

  • Mount Charlotte

    Sutherland St, Williamstown WA 6430, Australia .

    Check out the best sunset views in Kalgoorlie Boulder with an easy and serene walk to the peak of Mount Charlotte which is only a 1.5 km drive from the centre of Kalgoorlie.

    Mount Charlotte Reservoir Lookout is known as one of Australia’s most amazing engineering feats "The Golden Pipeline" which has brought water, the most precious resource of all, to the Goldfields since 1903. Follow this epic water pipeline on its 563 km journey all the way from Mundaring Weir (in the Perth Hills), through the Wheatbelt to Kalgoorlie Boulder in the Goldfields.

    See the rich and fascinating history of the Mount and Reservoir revealed in the interpretive signage. Stand at the summit and marvel at the engineering genius of the pipeline’s founding father, CY O'Connor. Or imagine yourself there in the moment, when Paddy Hannan, Thomas Flanagan and Dan Shea sparked the Western Australian gold rush and unearthed one of the richest goldfields in the world!

  • Archer Boulders

    21 Darcy Lane, West Kalgoorlie, WA .

    Archer Boulders is Kalgoorlie's first and only indoor Bouldering Gym where hanging out goes next level.

    Bouldering is a form of rock climbing without the use of ropes. You climb at low heights over safety mats to protect your landing.

    Bouldering is fun, social & super easy to get into! An experienced & first aid trained climbing attendant is always on site to conduct safety inductions and offer bouldering know-how to encourage first timers to come & give it a try

    First time visitors must complete and sign a liability waiver before using the facilities and under 18's must have one signed on their behalf. Climbers must be aged 8 and over, and accompanied by a parent or guardian if under the age of 16.

    Experience the fun of Bouldering today with super friendly & encouraging staff on site.

    For more information visit their website: www.archerboulders.com.au

  • Goldfields Oasis Recreation Centre

    99 Johnston Street, Somerville WA, Australia .

    Kalgoorlie-Boulder is home to a world class, 5 star aquatic facility Goldfields Oasis Recreation Centre. It is open throughout the year, and is the focal point for the sporting, recreation and leisure pursuits for the community and visitors to the area. Facilities include indoor and outdoor courts, a 50 metre heated swimming pool, leisure pool, spa and sauna, playgrounds, 10 metre high waterslide, child friendly swimming areas, swimming lessons, state-of-the-art health club, group fitness classes, a crèche, functions rooms and indoor and outdoor sporting fields.

    Whether you want to swim, stay fit or just have a great time, you can do it all at the Goldfields Oasis. Designed with the entire family in mind, the Goldfields Oasis has a range of facilities with something for everyone to enjoy.

    For more information visit their website: https://goldfieldsoasis.com.au/ or call them on (08) 9021 0900.

  • Kalgoorlie Boulder Audio Walking Tour

    316 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie .

    The Kalgoorlie Boulder Audio Walking Tour encompasses more than 50 different sites in and around the Kalgoorlie and Boulder CBDs, including Heritage Buildings & Hotels, the WA School of Mines, Statues, WA Museum, Town Halls, the Questa Casa Bordello, the Super Pit Lookout, the Metropole Hotel, the Loopline Museum & Information Centre & much more!

    With plenty of photo opportunities along the way, the Kalgoorlie Boulder Audio Walking Tour is sure to be a highlight of your visit and an enlightening and educational experience. At only $15.00 per person, the Audio Walking Tour it is a fun and inexpensive way to experience all that Kalgoorlie Boulder has to offer.

    Experience the walking tour with your travelling group or by yourself, and all at your own pace.

    Headsets can be purchased from Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre or phone (08) 9021 1966 for more information.

    It’s important to note: $50 bond is required at time of collecting the audio walking tour device.

  • Goldfields War Museum

    116 Burt St, Boulder WA 6432, Australia .

    The Goldfields region has a rich military history that is reflected in the Goldfields War Museum collection. As a result of an earthquake, the home of the Goldfields War Museum was badly damaged and on the 7th of January 2019, the museum was reopened to the Boulder Town Hall.

    Walk through the exhibition and discover the significant involvement residents of the town made during the Boer War, World Wars I and II, through to the 21st Century. Examine photographs, documents and original artefacts to gain an in-depth understanding of the wars and how it impacted on those enlisted and on the home-front.

    Guided tours are available every Thursday at 1.30pm, costs $5 per person.

    Call (08) 9021 9817 for more information or contact the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre

  • Hammond Park

    Memorial Drive, West Lamington WA, Australia .

    Hammond Park is the jewel in the crown of Kalgoorlie’s parks and reserves.

    Home to a lush green oasis in the middle of the outback, housing a diverse range of activities to suit the whole family.

    Including a native bird and animal collection that can be seen by those visiting the park and a variety of fish and birds using the pond area.

    Enjoy the walk through the park to the animal sanctuary, where you can get up close & personal to kangaroos, emus and peacocks.

    Children can also keep themselves entertained in the playground whilst the family enjoy a relaxing picnic under the trees or sit in the heritage listed rotunda.

    Hammond Park is also home to the Kalgoorlie's impressive miniature Bavarian Castle that is said to have 40,000 gemstones decorating the façade!

    A large number of groups and organisations utilise the park for functions, parties, BBQs, christenings, weddings and community days. It is a popular venue for family groups and children. There are two separate BBQ areas with sheltered seating for hire and a large gazebo area.

    Hammond Park is located at Memorial Drive, West Lamington & is open from 9:00am to 5:00pm daily

  • Prospecting and Fossicking

    Broadwood St & Hunter St, Broadwood WA 6430, Australia .

    The Kalgoorlie Boulder region is well renowned for Prospecting and Fossicking so if you are keen to enjoy some gold hunting for yourself here are some tips to start you on your adventures.

    To prospect in Western Australia, each person requires a Miner's Right. This permit can be obtained from any Mining Registrar's Office for a fee of $28.00 per person. This authorises the holder to carry out the following activities on Crown land, not the subject of a mining tenement:

    ▪️Prospect for minerals, including gold

    ▪️Fossick for rocks and gemstones

    ▪️Conduct tests for minerals

    ▪️Undertake limited sampling using hand held equipment and to remove samples up to 20 kilograms

    ▪️Take water and camp for the purposes of prospecting


    The Kalgoorlie Mining Registry is located at the corner of Hunter and Broadwood Streets, West Kalgoorlie and can be contacted on (08) 9021 9499.

    For further details on Miner's Rights and to download the application form visit www.dmp.wa.gov.au. While you are there make sure you check out the Seven Golden Rules for Prospecting.


    Interested in joining a guided prospecting tour?

    For less than the cost of buying a metal detector you can book with a guide and rent the equipment you need.

    Talk to our friends at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Visitor Centre on for some more information on local operators. They are located just down the road at 316 Hannan Street, phone: (08) 9021 1966 or email visitors@kalgoorlie.com

  • Heartwalk

    Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    Heartwalk - Art in the Heart of the Kalgoorlie CBD is all about enlivening the Central Business District with vibrant and contemporary murals.  This grassroots public art project has come together with the installation of over 60 murals by Australian artists from the Goldfields and beyond. 

    This 4.5km self-guided walking trail can be completed in 3 hours but is best enjoyed over a full day (or two) to allow plenty of time for coffee breaks, food and retail therapy!
    Heartwalk gives the people of Kalgoorlie-Boulder a reason to come together and celebrate our city.  Take a stroll at your own pace around the CBD and visit each of these amazing murals by talented artists.  

    Walking trail maps can be collected from most businesses along Hannan Street as well as the Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre. 

    Contact (08) 9021 1966 for more information or visit their website https://www.artgold.net.au/heartwalk

  • Hannans North Tourist Mine

    130 Goldfields Highway, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 6430 .

    No visit to Kalgoorlie Boulder is complete without a visit to Hannans North Tourist Mine, where you will experience a vibrant mix of gold rush history and modern day mining. During your visit you can climb onto a giant 793C haul truck, stand in the shovel of a 994F loader, listen to Paddy Hannan tell his tale of discovery, pan for gold and try your hand at the legendary game of “Two-Up”.

    They offer FREE Super Pit Tours on the 3rd Sunday of every month at 9, 10 and 11am.

    After exploring you are welcome to make use of the free BBQ facilities or picnic in the Chinese Garden of Remembrance. Before leaving, pick up a unique souvenir in their gift shop.

    Opening Times

    Saturday: Closed
    Monday: 9am - 4pm
    Tuesday: 9am - 4pm
    Wednesday: 9am - 4pm
    Thursday: 9am - 4pm
    Friday: 9am - 4pm
    Sunday: 9am - 4pm


    Entry cost

    All tickets: $12.50 - $45
    Children: Free - $8

    For more information, contact (08) 9022 1664 or visit their Social Media pages.

  • Two Up School

    Mullingar WA 6430, Australia .

    Come in spinner!’ No trip to Kalgoorlie-Boulder is complete without visiting the only legalised Two-Up School in Western Australia.

    Experience the aura and excitement of the traditional Australian gambling game, which involves the spinner throwing two pennies, on a kip (wooden board), into the air.  Before the tossing of the coins, bets are made on whether they will land on heads or tails.

    The pennies must be thrown at least two metres over the spinner’s head. They cannot come into contact with a person and they must land within the ring. The ringkeeper controls the game.

    The Kalgoorlie Two Up Shed still sports its original corrugated iron shed and bush ring and is open 24 hours and you can to participate in games every Sunday from 2:30pm.

    Turn off the Goldfields Highway 7km north of Kalgoorlie and follow the signs.

  • Kalgoorlie Race Around

    Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club, Meldrum Avenue, Kalgoorlie WA, Australia .

    The Kalgoorlie Boulder Racing Club ‘Race Round’ is the highlight of the Kalgoorlie horse racing season. People arrive in droves from all over Australia to be a part of this national spectacle of style, colour and racing excitement that you don’t get anywhere else!

    Comprising of four rounds starting with the Boulder Cup Day and culminating with the iconic Kalgoorlie Cup Day each year in September and October.

    Whilst the Race Round began as a racing carnival, it has grown into so much more, with events for everyone and the whole community coming together to celebrate.

    For an unforgettable experience like no other, come to the heart of the Goldfields and discover the fantastic spectacle that is Race Round!

    2022 Kalgoorlie Cup – 1st of October. Other event dates TBC - stay tuned!

  • Super Pit Lookout

    Fimiston WA 6432 .

    The Fimiston Open Pit, colloquially known as the Super Pit, was Australia's largest open cut gold mine until 2016. The Super Pit is located off the Goldfields Highway on the south-east edge of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. 

  • Museum of the Goldfields

    17 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia .

    Find out about the amazing rich history of the Eastern Goldfields and the city’s mining heritage at the Museum of the Goldfields.

    Discover the unique role the town has played in WA’s development, both as a centre of mining and its place at the edge of the Nullarbor Plain.

    The Museum started out in 1968 in the British Arms Hotel, believed to be the narrowest pub in Australia. The hotel was built in 1899 and operated as a hotel for around 25 years, after which it was used as a boarding house. It was vacant for some years until it was purchased and converted into a museum.

    During your visit explore the largest display of the State’s collection of gold bars and nuggets, step back in time to see how prospectors searched for this precious metal, and learn about the life and hardships faced by mining families during the early 1900s.

    Get a feel for life in this boomtown during the gold rush years by looking at the range of displays including the Woodline Office, Claude De Bernales’ jarrah-lined boardroom and office, the Miner’s Cottage and Woodline Police Wagon. Other displays include a large collection of objects used in the Goldfields region in the early 20th century and information on the wildlife and natural environment of the Goldfields.

    While you are there don’t miss their Dinosaur Explore: Lost Creatures of the Cretaceous exhibition running until the 27th of February 2022.

    Enjoy a picnic lunch in the front gardens surrounded by a range of native plant species, or in the courtyard with its charming cottage garden beds.

    17 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie, WA, 6430

    (08) 9021 8533

     Open Daily
    10.00am – 3.00pm
    ANZAC DAY 1.00pm – 3.00pm
    Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day & Good Friday

    Entry is free, donations are welcome