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Camped overnight at this place as part of the Golden West Discovery tour and was amazed at the size and beauty of the place in remote outback WA. Camp ground was basic and there is NO fire wood so take your own and as usual...More
This camping ground is an oasis in the desert. Built in the late 1800's as a source of water for the steam trains servicing the Goldfields.
It is a great place for camping with good basic facilities, solid tables & benches, long drop toilets, coin...More
We visited Niagara Dam as part of a day-trip out of Kalgoorlie. To see the dam and the large lake was such a surprise in the dry bush. It was impressive. Public amenities include a toilet and a dump point. There were a few picnic...More
We took a detour out to Kookynie and the Niagara Dam a few weeks back on our way through the area. Kookynie is like a ghost town but the drive out to the dam is dusty and alright for what you would expect from the...More
Ok it's not. Big or a big body of water but an amazing engineering feat for a hundred years ago
Nice spot to camp though as it's free miles of the road so quiet
Kookynie ? Almost a ghost town just up the road so...More
Our second overnight stay here camping on our way north. We camped within meters of the water and had the place virtually to ourselves. Sunset and sunrise were spectacular as was watching the small birds coming in for their evening drink. There are plenty of...More
Apparently the small dam was built in 1898 in an attempt to store water for the masses of people flooding the area in search of gold. The construction is extremely solid and the surrounding area has plenty of good selfcontained camping spots. Bbqs drop toilets...More