Coolgardie Visitor Centre

The Coolgardie Visitor Centre is centrally located on Bayley Street and has a lot to offer, including stories and images of Goldfields history.

There is also an onsite museum which was opened in 1977 where you will find Australia's premier bottle collection that began back in 1954. Other significant material on display is clothing and memorabilia from Afghan camel herders, indigenous artefacts, a large three-dimensional diorama of the old Coolgardie townsite in its heyday, rocks and mining equipment such as the local dryblowers and much more.

A must see attraction is the National Trust listed property, Warden Finnerty's Residence. Stop by, take a step back in time as you view the rooms. Take in the views of the townsite while enjoying a delicious Devonshire, now available for just $6 per head (Wednesday to Sunday - EFTPOS facilities available).

Coolgardie Visitor Centre also has a range of souvenirs and merchandise.

For more information, phone 08 9026 6090.


Advice on local road conditions can also be provided should you wish to visit a number of natural attractions nearby such as the Gnarlbine Soaks, Victoria Rocks or Rowles Lagoon.


Located at 62 Bayley Street, Coolgardie.

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Hours: Currently closed due to storm damage. Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm. Weekends, 10:00am to 3:00pm. Closed Public Holidays.