See & Do

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is the perfect destination; where the past meets the present. There are countless activities and attractions to see and do. From discovering the culture and heritage of the land and its people to discovering the wonders of Kalgoorlie’s natural beauty.

Discover the gold-rush heritage of the area and visit attractions that cannot be seen anywhere else on Earth, from the Super Pit to the Golden Quest Discovery Trail. All the while, enjoy the cosy feeling of a small town, with the amenities and attractions that the bustling City Centre can offer. 

The Super Pit

Begin your journey with a visit to the iconic Super Pit, one of the world's largest open-pit gold mines. Witness the impressive scale of mining operations and learn about the city's rich gold mining heritage.

Kalgoorlie’s Hannan Street

Stroll down Hannan Street, the heart of Kalgoorlie, where historic buildings blend seamlessly with modern amenities. Explore local shops, cafes, and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of this bustling street.

St Barbara’s Square

Named for the Patron Saint of Miners the newly renovated Square in Kal City Centre features a statue of its namesake St Barbara as well as a beautiful fountain. The City Centre has been fully rejuvenated, having been officially reopened in December 2023. With the addition of seating areas, green spaces, and a child-friendly playground the area is now a hub of family and business activity, as well as featuring one of the largest First Nations Public Art Displays in Western Australia.

Theatre in Kalgoorlie
Sporting Pavillion

Burt Street, Boulder

Discover Burt Street in Boulder, where you can find the beautifully renovated building facades and view a range of historic buildings. Delve deeper into the history through a guided tour of the Goldfields War Museum and the Boulder Town Hall. Visit the Palace Theatre Recreation Centre and take in the beautiful art deco styling of the 1930s. A walk down Burt Street will transport you to another time.

The Golden Quest Discovery Trail

Embark on the Golden Quest Discovery Trail for a scenic adventure through the Goldfields region. This self-drive trail takes you through historical towns, stunning landscapes, and offers a glimpse into the region's gold rush past.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Cultural Precinct

Delve into the city's cultural scene at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Cultural Precinct. Visit the Goldfields Arts Centre for a taste of local and international art or explore the WA Museum Kalgoorlie-Boulder for fascinating exhibits on the area's natural and cultural history.

Mount Charlotte Lookout

Head to the Mount Charlotte Lookout for panoramic views of the city and its surrounds. Take a moment to appreciate the vastness of the Western Australian landscape.

Kalgoorlie Golf Course

If you enjoy golf, tee off at the Kalgoorlie Golf Course, renowned for its challenging layout and stunning views of the Super Pit. The 18-hole course if currently ranked number 20 in the top 100 public golf courses in Australia.

The Kalgoorlie Two-Up Shed

Experience the thrill of ‘two-up’, a classic Australian gambling game. As the only legal venue of its kind in WA, the Kalgoorlie Two-Up Shed is still in its original condition of corrugated iron and brush ring. Games are held on Sundays from 2.30pm.

Karlkurla Bushland Park

A gateway to the Goldfields Western Woodlands, Karlkurla Bushland Park is 200ha of regenerative natural bushland. With four kilometres of walking trails, it is abundant in native plant species, which are highlighted with interpretive flora signage throughout.

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