Kalgoorlie-Boulder will be opening up again from this weekend, with the Goldfields Oasis, William Grundt Memorial Library and Eastern Goldfields Community Centre will be operating as normal in line with the Phase 3 easing of restrictions across Western Australia.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder CEO John Walker said the City was very pleased to be opening up its facilities for the community once again.
“All our parks and playgrounds will be opened up, including Kingsbury Skate Park, and all the barriers will be removed, the Eastern Goldfields Community Centre will open up again from Monday for seniors activities, as well as continuing to run its Commonwealth Home Support Programs. The library has been open for a couple of weeks already under Phase 2, they will continue to roll out their programs, and the Goldfields War Museum will be opening with restricted hours for the next six weeks,” Mr Walker said.
“Kalgoorlie Golf Course is already open, and the Waterhole restaurant is offering takeaway food on course.
“The Goldfields Oasis will be operating as usual, albeit with a strict 300 patrons at a time limit, and patrons can use the pools, gym, group fitness room, Compound and stadium from Saturday. Swim School will be starting again from 1 August.
“We have also been advised by Qantas that their daily flights between Perth and Kalgoorlie-Boulder will be increasing from two flights per week to five flights per week by the end of June, which is great news for residents and visitors.”
The Goldfields Arts Centre will remain closed at this time, as all current show bookings have been cancelled. The City is committed to hosting Diggers and Dealers at the Goldfields Arts Centre in October.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder will continue to update the community with changes and updates to facilities and services. For more information, visit www.ckb.wa.gov.au/CoronaVirus.