Kalgoorlie, also known as Kalgoorlie-Boulder, is a city located in Australia’s Golden Outback. Whether you visit the city on a holiday or on business, you are bound to enjoy some of the world’s best architecture in the heart of the city. See some of the best historic buildings in the area including Kalgoorlie Boulder Visitor Centre and Kalgoorlie Town Hall. Don’t forget to carry your best camera when you visit The Superpit – the biggest open cut gold mine in Australia.
Historic Goldfields Architecture:
Wander through the historic streets of Kalgoorlie to admire the well-preserved architecture that echoes the town’s golden past. The Exchange Hotel, known for its grand facade, and the impressive Kalgoorlie Town Hall are just a couple of the architectural gems that transport visitors back in time.
Delve deeper into the Gold Rush era by visiting the Goldfields Museum. Explore exhibits that showcase the hardships faced by early miners, the evolution of mining technologies, and the cultural impact of the gold rush on the region.
Kalgoorlie is home to several art galleries such as the Aboriginal Art Gallery, Black Crow Studios and Chunky Timbers.
Endless Art Galleries:
Immerse yourself in the local arts scene at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Arts Centre. The centre hosts exhibitions, performances, and cultural events, showcasing the talents of local artists and contributing to the town’s vibrant artistic community. Kalgoorlie is home to several other art galleries such as the Aboriginal Art Gallery, Black Crow Studios and Chunky Timbers.