Kalgoorlie is Australia's largest outback city. Located in the Goldfields region, it is called Australia's Gold Capital and has a depth of history as well as plenty of modern fun.
- Kalgoorlie has west Australia's only Flow Rider, an exciting wave pool where adventure seekers can surfboard and do tricks in a rushing tide.
- There is also the 18 hole Kalgoorlie Gold Course and several other parks and amusements. The golf course has its own restaurant and clubhouse.
- In addition, Kalgoorlie has a rich history to explore, literally. Western Australia's largest gold rush started in this area in 1893.
Kalgoorlie boasts of having more restaurants and hotels per capita than any other region of Western Australia. Hannan Street and Burt Street are the places to be after dark. Located right over in Boulder, they host a number of hotels and restaurants that offer excellent food, top-notch beverages and exciting nightlife. Find Chinese, Thai, Indian, Italian and regional food at the pubs in this area for a fun night out on the town.
Every year, Kalgoorlie becomes the site of a huge race. The annual Race Round is held every September and is one of the biggest horse racing events in Australia. That is not the only big event in the area. There is also the famous Balzano Barrow Race. The St Barbara's Festival brings in culture and history. Saint Barbara was venerated in the middle ages and now has her own festival culminating in a parade each December.
Cheap hotels in Kalgoorlie can be found in abundance. Kalgoorlie accommodation is comfortable and affordable. Try a chain hotel for an easy and economical stay. For more luxury, there are higher end hotels as well. Some of the more luxurious hotels offer not only comfortable stays but also stunning views of this scenic region. Guests will be close to restaurants, shopping and other attractions wherever they decide to stay in Kalgoorlie.