Kalgoorlie & Goldfields Attractions

4 kilometres west of town along the Great Eastern Highway is Coolgardie Camel Farm, where visitors can jump on board and get up and close with the region's famous creatures. With the town's wide stree...
Dedicated to Western Australia's early explorers and the pioneers of the goldfields, this open air machinery museum was started by Ben Prior in 1961 and is perhaps one of the most unusual museums in ...
Between June and September, wildflower season brings to the Goldfields-Esperance region a blossoming range of colours, shapes and sizes. Thriving with natural beauty, the seasons flowers, trees and pl...
The largest and most comprehensive prospecting museum in WA.
Offers a number of good picnic spots along its shores.
Built in 1895 at a cost of 2,800 pounds 'The Residence', as it is known, is owned by the National Trust.
Exhibits a history of transport in WA.
is housed in the "British Arms" hotel (1899) in Hannan Street, which stands close to the spot where gold was first discovered in 1893 by Paddy Hannan. A kurrajong tree and a plaque mark the exact loca...
Historical mining complex on the Eastern Bypass Road towards "Two-Up". Guided tours through old mine shafts by an experienced miner. Historic buildings with fine examples of the mining equipment and m...
an Ochre mine which was mined by the Aboriginals 30 thousand years ago.
Australia's second largest monolith, is one and a half km long and 5km in circumference with a large gallery of well preserved Aboriginal paintings.