Parking & Directions
If arriving by plane, exit the airport on to Hart Kevspien Road, turn right onto Gatacre Drive for 1km, then left onto Johnson Street. After 3km the street name changes to Auburn but don't worry, it changes back to Johnson. Turn left into Lionel, and after 1km, take a right into Davidson and we are on your right at the next intersection. Welcome! If catching a taxi from the airport, forget the above, the driver will know the way - it will take around 10 minutes and costs around $15.
Secure self parking is complimentary to guests. Simply use your room key to access boom gate.
Getting to Kalgoorlie
There are a number of ways to get to Kalgoorlie - if driving it can be nice to do a 'circle' - drive straight to Kalgoorlie and then head south to Esperance and back a different way.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder can easily be accessed by road from Perth by using the Great Eastern Highway. It's around 600km so allow seven hours. You can also arrive from the east (from South Australia) taking the Eyre Highway and Nullarbor Plain. Or, if you're a highly experienced four wheel drive enthusiast, you can follow the Canning Stock Route or Outback Way into Western Australia's Golden Outback.
TransWA operates coach services daily from Perth to Esperance with services that connect with many places. Goldrush Tours operates a regular coach service, linking Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Menzies, Leonora and Laverton.
TransWA operates the Avonlink and Prospector train services, sometimes twice daily, from Perth to Kalgoorlie, stopping in towns including Cunderdin, Kellerberrin, Merredin and Southern Cross. The Indian Pacific also stops at Kalgoorlie twice a week on its journey between Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.
Qantas/Skywest Airlines operate daily flights between Perth and Kalgoorlie-Boulder. The flight takes about an hour and you land at the modern Kalgoorlie-Boulder terminal. Qantas operates 21 services a week from Perth and every Tuesday and Sunday from Adelaide to Kalgoorlie so you can enjoy a stop in Kalgoorlie on your way to the WA capital.