ENTERTAINMENT Make sure you take time to enjoy all the City has to offer including retail boutiques, cultural experiences, thriving nightlife and quality attractions. Don’t just visit – explore and discover a bustling City with fascinating things to see and do. The impressive range of dining in Kalgoorlie- Boulder is sure to delight any palate, with a range of fine and casual dining options including contemporary Australian, Thai cuisines, classic bistro meals, buffet dining and takeaway options. Join the thousands of people who flock to Kalgoorlie-Boulder from all over Australia for “The Round”, the highlight of the horse racing season. The spectacle of style, colour and excitement is quite amazing and the outback setting provides the perfect backdrop to experience the best of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s culture, food and wine, fashion and lifestyle. Visit www.kbrc.com.au for more information. After sunset, Kalgoorlie-Boulder comes to life with an impressive array of bars, pubs and clubs offering a range of music and hospitality to suit most moods and style. There is no end to what you can experience in Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Don’t just visit - explore and discover a bustling City with fascinating things to see and do. Kalgoorlie Town Hall Hannan St, Kalgoorlie. Tel: (08) 9093 1087 The Kalgoorlie Town Hall holds more than a century of history and is home to the Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre. During tour times, visitors are invited to discover the impressive Federation Freestyle building with intricate pressed metal ceilings, chandeliers, sweeping staircase and theatre. Guided tours are available on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30am. (Cost $5 per person, excluding public holidays). Boulder Town Hall Burt St, Boulder. Tel: (08) 9093 1087 The beautifully preserved Boulder Town Hall features pressed tin ceilings, wrought iron balustrades and the priceless Philip Goatcher stage curtain. Depicting the “Bay of Naples”, the curtain is believed to be the last remaining one of its kind. Guided tours are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am. (Cost $5 per person, excluding public holidays). Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm. Goldfields War Museum Burt St, Boulder. Tel: (08) 9093 1087 Located in the Boulder Town Hall, a visit to the Museum will be an enriching experience for anyone interested in Goldfields warfare history. With new and exciting exhibits, browse collections of war artefacts from the Boer War, World Wars I and II, Korea, Malaysia Vietnam and more recent conflicts and peace keeping missions.
EVENTS Sunset at the Soundshell Concert Series The Sunset at the Soundshell Concert Series is an open-air evening of live music held at Centennial Park, Great Eastern Highway, Kalgoorlie. Concerts are free to attend, just bring along a picnic or purchase some food on site and enjoy a great night out under the stars. Free 24 hour RV camping is also available on-site. Concert dates are: 26 January 2020 The Australia Day concert will feature Australian rock legend “Diesel”, ending the night with spectacular fireworks. Bring the whole family for a great day celebrating all things Aussie. 8 February 2020 Australia’s Queen of Country; Kasey Chambers will take you on a musical journey for a night under the stars. 22 February 2020 “The Diamonds” will hit the stage performing the biggest diva hits from Motown to RnB and Pop. A guided tour is available on Thursdays from 1:30pm. (Cost $5 per person, excluding public holidays). Open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm. Historical Archives Burt St, Boulder. Tel: (08) 9093 1087 Historical Archives house a wide collection of research material including council documents, historical books, videos, microfiche index of births, deaths and marriages since 1841 and a well-stocked local history specialist library. Kalgoorlie-Boulder Tram Kalgoorlie and Boulder. Tel: (08) 9021 1966 All aboard the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Tram! Your driver will provide an entertaining and informative commentary of the best of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. With plenty of photo opportunities along the way, this tour is fun for the whole family. Contact the Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre for timetable information and bookings. Lord Forrest and Kingsbury Park MacDonald St, Kalgoorlie. Tel: (08) 9021 9600 Heritage listed Lord Forrest Precinct was previously home to WA’s first Olympic size pool. The building has been restored to its former glory, while open spaces have been transformed into a public park. Next door, Kingsbury Park is Kalgoorlie’s primary youth and recreational space, home to the City’s only skate park, as well as play equipment, basketball courts and barbeques.
The York Hotel balcony is the perfect place to end the day!
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Corner Hannan & Wilson Streets Kalgoorlie Town Hall Kalgoorlie WA 6430 Tel: (08) 9021 1966 Freecall: 1800 004 653 Email: email@example.com www.kalgoorlietourism.com Free Wi-Fi at Visitor Centre
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Eastern Goldfields Historical Society 11 Hamilton St, Boulder. Tel: (08) 9093 3360 The Eastern Goldfields Historical Society preserves, researches and records Goldfields history, ensuring the heritage and memories live on. They hold a large range of photographs, an extensive source of reference materials and an impressive collection of books. Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm. WA School of Mines Mineral Museum Egan St, Kalgoorlie. Tel: (08) 9088 6179 WASM’s Mineral Museum appeals to anyone with an interest in geology and mineralogy. It is home to a collection of approximately 3,000 mineral specimens and replica gold nuggets. Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm. Museum of the Goldfields 17 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie. Tel: (08) 9021 8533 Marked by a red head-frame, the Museum showcases the region’s rich history and mining heritage. Enjoy amazing photographic displays, genuine miners cottages and an array of memorabilia. Open daily, 10am to 3pm. Karlkurla Bushland Park Paddington Drv, Hannans. Tel: (08) 9021 9600 This 200 hectare natural bushland park comprises of four kilometres of walking trails, interpretive flora signage and a variety of native plant species. Take time out from the hustle and bustle of life and witness the most amazing sunsets from the top of the Katunga Lookout. Open 24 hours.