Lake Lefroy

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Permission is required from the Western Mining Offices to use the private roads across the lake.

Lake Lefroy is a stunning salt lake standing out from its surrounds due to its pure white, illuminating colour and extreme lack of vegetation. It is a large salt pan that rarely contains water. Venture to the Red Hill Lookout for magnificent views of the dry lake and marvel in its vastness. The sun reflects off the salt often causing a mirage.

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Take care when driving on unsealed roads
Lake Lefroy

Permission is required from the Western Mining Offices to use the private roads across the lake.  more


Wildflowers are in abundance
Red Hill Lookout

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Sunset in the Outback, courtesy of John Denman
Kambalda Memorial Gardens

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Take care when driving on unsealed roads
Kambalda

Kambalda is a nickel town situated 632km east of Perth. Kambalda lies on the shores of Lake Lefroy which rarely holds water. Population 4,259.  more


WA boasts amazing wildflowers
Kambalda Telecentre

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


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