Located in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia, Kalgoorlie Boulder is situated 590 kilmetres inland of Perth. The name Kalgoorlie derives from the Wangai word Karlkurla, meaning "Place of the silky pears".
Kalgoorlie Boulder is Australia's largest Outback City, with a population of more than 33,000 people and is only one hour flight from Perth - or a 6.5 hour drive.
It is home to the Superpit and is one of Australia's most iconic gold rush cities.
There is plenty to see and do, with numerous restaurants, cafes, pubs, retail and more. Take a 20-minute drive to find yourself immersed by beautiful nature, explore the area and see picturesque landscapes.
Like to stay active? Goldfields Oasis and adjoining sports fields are home to majority of team-based sports, take a swim in the indoor pool, or maybe some weight training at the gym. There are many parks and playgrounds to spend those sunny days at, or dress to the nines at the horse races, tee-off at golf and so much more.
Kalgoorlie is abundant with art, heritage and culture. With buildings from the late 1800s to admire, local art trails to experience and art galleries to visit, you can pay respects at the Goldfields War Museum or attend a show at the theatre.
Learn about the Aboriginal heritage - the Indigenous history and culture of the Golden Outback focuses on spiritual belief and the way of life that is so closely bounded to the land, sea and sky. The area is rich with fascinating Dreamtime history, with well-preserved Indigenous rock art and protected ancient land.
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