Experience the charm of the Outback from your base at Discovery Holiday Parks – Kalgoorlie, a town rich in mining history with plenty of character.
Nature lovers will be spoilt for choice exploring WA’s rugged inland country, perhaps even challenge yourself on the World’s Longest Golf Course.
Take in the sights on the eight hour drive from Perth, or fly with QANTAS, Virgin or Skywest, who offer daily flights.
Choose from self-contained units and cabins perfect for families. Enjoy our 4 star accommodation with huge TV and alfresco dining. Shady camp and caravan sites are close to amenities, with an en-suite option. Take advantange of our charge back meal options at 3 local restaraunts.
There’s an enticing pool and brilliant playground for the kids to explore.
Your family will be awestruck at the sheer size of the Super Pit, Australia’s biggest open pit gold mine. The Super Pit lookout, takes in the enormous 3.5 km long, 1.5 km wide, 400 metre deep pit. It’s a sight they won’t forget.
- Camp Kitchen
- Internet Access
- Swimming Pool
THINGS TO SEE AND DO
It’s our pleasure to organise your day tours, using the best of local knowledge. Let our team make it happen, whatever you want to see or do in Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Try 4WD tours, nature walks or local history sites.
World’s Longest Golf Course
Golf like never before. This truly unique 18-hole, par 72 course spans 1,365km. It has one hole in each participating town or roadhouse along the Nullarbor’s Eyre Highway, between Kalgoorlie and Ceduna, in South Australia.
Western Australian Museum - Kalgoorlie
You’ll wish you could take it all home with you! The museum features the state’s largest display of gold bars and nuggets. Learn about the challenges of life in the 1900’s and how prospectors searched for gold in the old days.
Golden Mile Super Pit Lookout
Get a glimpse of Australia’s largest open cut mine, with its massive mining trucks dwarfed from great heights. It’s 3.5 kms long and 1.5 kms wide, and is the most popular site in the region. By day or night, the Super Pit mine is spectacular.
Royal Flying Doctor Visitor Centre
Learn about the legendary Royal Flying Doctors Service, and get a glimpse of how it operates from its base at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport. A theatre screens real-life footage. There’s also the chance to inspect their state of the art planes.
Recharge and unwind from your hectic life at the Arboretum. Set on 26 hectares, it offers wonderful spaces to picnic under shady river gums. Walk the trails amongst native eucalyptus, and bird-watch at the serene dam.
A history involving pirates, whalers and sealers makes Esperance intriguing. The stunning coastal town is surrounded by five National Parks. Enjoy the scenic Great Ocean Drive, a 38 km tourist loop which includes fishing and surfing beaches, and the Pink Lake.