Welcome to the Shire of Coolgardie

The Shire of Coolgardie encompasses an area of 30,400km2 and included the towns of Coolgardie, Kambalda, Widgiemooltha and Kurrawang. With the majority of the population residing between Coolgardie and Kambalda the Shires motto is ‘Two Hearts, One Soul’

Coolgardie was the first settlement of the WA Goldfields and bears the name ‘Mother of the Goldfields’. Many  historic buildings remain and Coolgardie is a fantastic tourist destination

Kambalda is Australia’s original ‘Nickeltown’ with large deposits of Nickel being mined since 1966. Kambalda has much to offer visitors and residents alike.

Celebrated for the Gold and Nickel discoveries in Coolgardie and Kambalda, the mining industry plays an important role in our community with more than 20 companies operating throughout the Shire at the cutting edge of mining innovation, creating career opportunities for the entire community.


 

PUBLIC NOTICES

Kambalda Flood Affected Roads

Please be aware that sections of Quandong Road and Calitris Road are unsealed gravel  and due care should be taken whilst traveling along them.

Title Seizures

Should the owners fail to pay the outstanding rates in full by 28 September 2014, the below property will be siezed by the Shire under Section 6.65 of the Local Government Act 1995 and sold via public auction to recoup the outstanding rates.

  • 109 Shaw Street Coolgardie

Road Conditions

Effective from 0800 hrs (8.00 am) Thursday 25 June 2014 the status of roads throughout the district of the Shire of Coolgardie are as follows:

Coolgardie North Road ........OPEN

Victoria Rocks Road............. OPEN

Binneringie Road .................. OPEN 

Holland Track .......................OPEN - ReFER TO D.E.C.

Jaurdi Hills Road ................. OPEN

CarIns Road ...........................  OPEN

BURRA ROCKS ROAD ................. OPEN

LADY LOCH / NAPEAN ROADS ... OPEN

 

For more information on road reports within the Shire of Coolgardie please contact  The Shire on 9080 2111 or Main Roads on 9080 1400 or view the Main Roads Alerts webpage


Fire Control

 To view current fire warnings please view the Department of Fire and Emergency Services Alerts and Warnings webpage.