The town of Gwalia is known for its intimate link with a former United States President.
The Gwalia Musuem is set in old company offices, where the first manager was Herbert Hoover who then went on to become the President of the USA. The musuem houses a large collection of artefacts from the smallest coin to a 30m oregon headframe. Gwalia is a ghost town which has been preserved and maintained by a community that has the deepest of love and respect for its heritage.
Historic Hoover House Bed & Breakfast is a unique experience in the original Mine Manager's residence of the Sons of Gwalia Mine & Historic Site. Relax with a beverage of choice at the end of the day as the sun sets on Mt Leonora. Take breakfast on the wide verandahs or lawns, sit and take in the scenery, or watch the wedge tailed eagles that often soar over the open-cut pit. more
The town of Gwalia is known for its intimate link with a former United States President. more
Leonora was established as a gold-mining town and still possesses the wide streets and verandah shopfronts of that time. Leonora is 833km north-east of Perth and has a population of 1,196. more
Community Telecentres can be used to access Telephone, Fax, Email and Internet services and are independent incorporated bodies owned by the community. They provides services which stimulate the creative use of telecommunications and computer technology for information access, education, employment, training and business enterprise. more
Whilst in the outback, why not go to an "Outback Cafe", with all the 'wizz-bang' cuisines of the world. more