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Menzies Caravan Park

Menzies Street, Menzies WA 6436

Newly renovated Menzies Caravan Park could not be more conveniently located, being right in the centre of town and only 40 minutes fromt he iconic Antony Gormley 'Inside Australia' scuplture exhibition at Lake Ballard. The park has modern amenities, new campers kitchen, disabled facilities available, blackwater dump-point, on-site caretaker and powered and unpowered sites. Bookings are essential during the peak season, May to September. Menzies is one hour and fiteen minutes drive north of Kalgoorlie on the Goldfields Highway.

Morapoi Station And Nugget Tours

Kookynie Road, Menzies WA 6436
Morapoi Station is located less than two hours drive north of Kalgoorlie and is the ideal place for your family getaway, group camp, cultural encounter, or as a stepping stone into the northern goldfields and the western desert.They offer budget accommodation or a place to hook up your caravan or pitch a tent.Whilst staying with them you can take part in an Indigenous cultural encounter with various tours they offer through their tour company, Nugget Tours. As a local Indigenous operator, they are ready to enhance your outback experience.


Menzies, Menzies WA 6436
The old gold mining town of Menzies is your entry to the largest outdoor gallery on Earth and one of the art world's most extraordinary exhibits, 'Inside Australia'. Created by internationally renowned artist Antony Gormley, the collection of 51 sculptures are dotted over 10 square kilometres of Lake Ballard's stark white salt bed. Driving north of Kalgoorlie, you'll reach Menzies within one and a half hours. Lake Ballard and the Antony Gormley sculptures lie 55 kilometres to the north-west and day tours from Kalgoorlie regularly visit the art installation. The Gormley sculptures, created in 2003 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Perth International Arts Festival, represent some of the local residents of Menzies. It's hard to imagine the town was once home to more than 10,000 people during the gold rush sparked by Lesley Robert Menzies, who struck significant reserves in 1894. Within a decade, the town's population had grown and shrunk back to just a few hundred, although you'll still find the odd gold prospector and fossicker in search of their fortune. If you fancy joining them, you'll need to apply for a permit. Grand gold rush architecture still stands as a reminder of Menzies' glory days, including the Menzies Town Hall that's famous for standing 'clockless' for 100 years. Local legend says the original clock lies at the bottom of the Indian Ocean, after the ship that brought it from England sank off Rottnest Island. Facing an uncertain future, the town decided not to order another one and so it stood bare until New Year's Eve 2000, when a clock was finally put in place to mark the new millennium. For more fascinating insights and tourist information, head for the Menzies Visitor Centre, located in the 'Former' Lady Shenton Hotel. Grab some lunch at the local hotel, and if you're making Menzies your base for a few days, book yourself in at the caravan park....