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Kambalda, WA

Forty five minutes’ drive southeast of Kalgoorlie, Kambalda consists of two separate towns seven kilometres apart, Kambalda East and Kambalda West.

See the stunning 40 kilometre long Lake Lefroy salt pan lake from Red Hill Lookout. The community of this small nickel mining town strives to preserve as much of its native flora as possible.

Land sailing takes place on Lake Lefroy. Cabins, yacht hire and tuition can be organised by prior arrangement. For more information contact the Kalgoorlie Boulder Tourist Centre on Ph: (08) 9021 1966.

Kambalda has a caravan park.

Nearest Airport: Kalgoorlie

About Kambalda

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