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What can you do in Kalgoorlie over the weekend?
Karlkurla Bushland Park
While holidaying on flights to Kalgoorlie, you’ll find yourself in the heart of the WA Outback. Kalgoorlie itself has been built up into a modern city. However, as soon as you leave Kalgoorlie, you’ll be met with the untamed landscapes of the Outback. When you book airfare to Kalgoorlie for a weekend, drive into the northern suburb of Hannans where you can enter the breathtaking Karlkurla Bushland Park. The park covers 200 hectares of rewilded bushland. During the industrial era, trees in this area were cut down to fuel the mines. Then, in the past 20 years, native trees and shrubs have been replanted to bring Karlkurla Bushland Park back to its original glory. Visit the park in between your return flights to Kalgoorlie to marvel at the rust-red landscapes and spot native animals like western grey kangaroos and dragon lizards.
Hannans North Tourist Mine
Kalgoorlie earned its claim to fame from the many gold mines surrounding the city. Gold was first discovered in 1893, and the gold mines are still functioning today. Hannans North Tourist Mine was an operating gold mine until 1968. Shortly after it stopped mining, it opened as a popular destination to teach tourists about the gold mining industry. Take the opportunity to learn about the business that put Kalgoorlie on the map while visiting the Goldfields region on cheap flights to Kalgoorlie. While exploring the mine, you’ll see old mining equipment, learn the history of gold mining in the area, and even get the chance to pan for gold yourself. The Hannans North Tourist Mine is exciting for all age groups, but especially families with kids who are visiting on flights to Kalgoorlie.
Over the past few years, the Kalgoorlie CBD has completely transformed with vibrant artwork. While walking through the centre after arriving on cheap flights to Kalgoorlie, you’ll be able to spot colourful murals everywhere; more than 60 murals were installed around the CBD between 2017 and 2018, with most being the handiwork of local artists. You’ll see contemporary pieces along with examples of Aboriginal art. Head out on the self-guided 4-kilometre Heartwalk in between your return flights to Kalgoorlie to admire the works. Along the route, you’ll pass the unique murals and pass plenty of local cafes where you can take a break for a snack and coffee.
What’s on in Kalgoorlie?
The annual Multicultural Festival celebrates the diverse cultures that make Kalgoorlie so great. Book tickets to Kalgoorlie for a weekend in early June to get involved with the festivities. The Multicultural Festival is set up as a Saturday evening market. Street food stalls allow you to taste the diverse cuisines of Kalgoorlie’s people, and a stage comes alive with more than 30 cultural displays. If your flights to Kalgoorlie fall during the Multicultural Festival, head to the Goldfields Art Centre to soak up the cultural displays and events.
When you book airfare to Kalgoorlie in mid-September, head to the nearby town of Coolgardie for one of the region’s most loved events: Coolgardie Day. Each year, Coolgardie comes alive with family-friendly entertainment. While holidaying on cheap flights to Kalgoorlie, celebrate Coolgardie Day with the locals to enjoy live music, street parades, local market stalls, and a fantastic line-up of food vendors. If you book a rental car from Kalgoorlie Boulder Airport (KGI), make the 30-minute drive west into the centre of Coolgardie. Otherwise, a free bus is available to shuttle festival-goers to and fro.
Celebrate the warmer weather and longer days by planning flights to Kalgoorlie for the Spring Festival. For one day in mid-October, the festival takes over Hammond Park on the northern edge of Kalgoorlie. More than 150 vendors set up stalls where you can browse locally-made crafts and graze on street food fare. When you visit the Spring Festival between return flights to Kalgoorlie, you’ll enjoy entertainment like live music, cooking demonstrations from local chefs, and a dancing competition.
How much time should I spend in Kalgoorlie?
For a small city, there is a surprising amount of things to see and do when you book tickets to Kalgoorlie! After arriving into Kalgoorlie Boulder Airport (KGI), plan to spend three or four days exploring the city and surrounding area. This will let you see the main highlights of Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields while allowing for some downtime as well.