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One of the State of West Australias great survivors and a reminder of our Gold rush days when man and horse traveled the land looking to strike it rich. Kookynie has remained in part thanks to the dedication of a few locals and remains one...More
The Kookynie pub is unique with about three houses in the abandoned town and nothing else for a fair way
The horse who lives at the front door is a laugh
Old bird behind the bar is a lovely lady drop in for a chat...More
Kookynie has a great Aussie pub with a resident horse called Roy (Google the pub for more info, its famous).
The kitchen is only open at set hours for lunch so make sure you get there in time. Great tasting and huge serves.
We stayed at the Grand Hotel, Kookynie for only one night, but were sorry we hadn't planned for a longer stay because we enjoyed ourselves so much! The hotel is great - atmospheric and rooms/bathrooms are spotlessly clean. Meals were good, beds very comfortable and...More
In September 2017 we had a family holiday which involved three nights camped at the Grand Hotel Kookynie with two caravans and two tents. A great place to base yourself for visiting the local area. Facilities are old but spotlessly clean thanks to Margaret and...More
We travelled to Kookynie as a day-trip out of Kalgoorlie to see the mining ghost town. With only a few crumbling buildings left there wasn't a lot to see (as expected). There was a lot of information about the town. There is a pub still...More
The people running this hotel really care about their guests. It's spotlessly clean. Rooms are in keeping with the era of the hotel but are so comfortable!! Thanks Margaret and Kevin for making our stay very pleasant. The meal while sitting near the open fire...More