We travelled to Kalgoorlie with our friends for a long weekend break as we wanted to get out of Perth because of the CHOGM meeting being held in the city. We travelled by car, a long and boring trip except for the wildflowers on show between Southern Cross and Coolgardie, quite magnificent. Unfortunately, the day we travelled was a Friday and it was a Public holiday in WA, so when we got to Kalgoorlie most things were closed, except the museum which we had about 20 minutes to look around before it closed. Would have loved to have gone back as it looked very interesting but there wasnt time the following day.
Hotel was quite modern, not one of the heritage buildings that are dotted around Kalgoorlie. Receptionist was very helpful and friendly. The room was away from the lifts, as requested and overlooked the back of the holtel out towards the Super Pit. The Jacaranda trees were all coming into bloom which gave everything a purple hue. The room was clean; the bathroom was fine although on the small side
Breakfast was continental and included in the room price, it was $11 extra for the cooked breakfast. All very good.
We booked a Goldrush tour for the Saturday to see the sights of Kalgoorlie and the Super Pit which was awesome. The minig Hall of Fame is worth a visit but don't expect much from the cafe as it was low on food when we got there so we end up sharing two snadwiches between four.
Wish we had another day but we had to travel back on the Sunday and as it was an eight hour trip we left early. Would think about going by train the next time.
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