Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the wider Goldfields region is Wongatha Country and home to many Aboriginal family groups with a sacred connection to the land. Since the discovery of Gold in Coolgardie in 1892, the region became a beacon for prospectors and pastoralist… Read More
Goldfields Tourism Network
Western Australia is the Road Trip State! Whether you’re passing through or here to explore the region for a while, we’ve got a list of itineraries to make your travels throughout the outback of Western Australia just like having your own tour guide in the car… Read More
Built in 1898, the two-storied brick and iron Marvel Bar hotel is a classic example of early Federation Free Classical architecture in Australia and has got to be Coolgardie’s most photographed pub.
The pity is, it hasn’t been licensed since 1… Read More
It is without doubt one of the biggest, most colourful and successful racing carnivals to be staged anywhere in Australia. It is steep… Read More
What a surprising sight Niagara Dam is ! And what a folly it was to build it !
Constructed in 1897 – 98, the intention was that the dam would provide plentiful water for the locomotives along the new rail link between Kalgoorlie and Menzies. By the time the… Read More
Titanic Sinks – How the Goldfields Heard!!!
April 14, 2017 By Moya Sharp
On the 14th April 1912, 103 yrs ago today the SS Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg. The following is a copy of the newspaper article from the 16th April 1912 from the Kalgoo… Read More
Sanitary Carter’s Tragic End
January 22, 2017 By Moya Sharp
Kalgoorlie Western Argus Tuesday 11 March 1902.
A carter named Charles Noell, an employee of Mr O Sloss, met with a terrible death, yesterday morning through being jolted off his cart on … Read More
Goldfields Tourism Manager, Neil McGilp, escorted Tourism WA European Marketing Manager, Stefanie Bischof, around the Goldfields .
Stefanie promotes WA to travellers in Germany and Switzerland, both great tourism markets for the Goldfields region. It … Read More