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About Kalgoorlie Airport
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport is located 6km south of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. The airport handles more than a quarter of a million passengers annually and is a major hub for the mining industry in the region. It is also a centre for the Royal Flying Doctors Service and is used for charters and flight lessons. Virgin Australia Regional Airlines uses Kalgoorlie as a stopover for its Melbourne routes, and flights also operate to Adelaide, although Perth is the busiest route.
About Kalgoorlie, Australia
Kalgoorlie, known as Kalgoorlie-Boulder since the merger of Kalgoorlie and Boulder, is a city in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It is situated 595km east-northeast of Perth at the furthest reach of the Great Eastern Highway. The town was established in 1893 during the Yilgarn-Goldfields gold rush.
Set close to the so-called "Golden Mile," Kalgoorlie remains a hub for the mining industry. Australia's leading international mining conference, the Diggers & Dealers conference, has been staged here annually since 1992. Kalgoorlie is also the site of the Australian Prospectors & Miners' Hall of Fame. The Super Pit open-cut gold mine is about 3.6km long, 1.6km wide, and 512m deep. It operates non-stop and is overlooked by a visitor centre.