Goldrush Tours commenced operation in 1973 and over the past four decades has grown to become a large privately owned luxury coach company in Western Australia.
Their coach captains/ tour guides are chosen for their love of people and commitment to being the best in the business. They are local area specialised and subject to ongoing training of the highest standard.
Goldrush Tours’ extensive fleet of 5 Star luxury coaches and mid-sized tour buses can accommodate any sized gathering. They are happy to tailor itineraries to suit special interest groups or individuals and can mobilise a private charter Australia wide on short notice. They can comfortably transport 1,000 people at any one time.
At Goldrush Tours they are serious about safety and the duty of care to their passengers. A rigorous maintenance program ensures all of their vehicles are thoroughly maintained to the highest standard.
Tours are only available on request for bookings of 10 or more people. Once a group booking is received, the balance of available seats will be made available to sell to the general public.
Please check their upcoming tours page for the next guaranteed departure.
From $140 to $150
Goldrush Tours is proud to offer you a unique opportunity to view Antony Gormley’s “Inside Australia” sculptures. Depart Kalgoorlie and drive through beautiful examples of Salmon Gums, Gimlets and Black Butts and many abandoned gold mining centres, with an intriguing commentary along the way.
Arrive mid-morning at Lake Ballard, enjoy a complimentary morning tea at Snake Hill, and take time out to view the 51 sculptures that express one of Antony Gormley’s most daring commissions.
Enjoy a brief tour of the historical town of Menzies followed by a lunch stop in the town’s centre; you may even meet up with a couple of the locals who bared it all for Gormley’s ‘Inside Australia’ sculptures. On your way back to Kalgoorlie call in for a refreshing drink at the Broad Arrow Tavern, home of the movie ‘The Nickel Queen’ starring Googie Withers. Affectionately known among locals as the ‘BAT’, it is one of the few buildings to have outlived the gold rush in the outback town of Broad Arrow.
Don’t forget your camera as this tour offers some surreal photo opportunities that you will not want to miss!
Tour only available for group bookings of 10 or more.