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Step inside the beautifully renovated turn-of-the century historic building to find a gold mine of information, exclusive merchandise and friendly staff.
The Super Pit Shop is the perfect place to secure your own piece of Super Pit memorabilia. Choose from a range of quality Super Pit merchandise including hats, polo T-Shirts, mugs, caps, CAT scale models and postcards. Also available are various publications including Super Pit Fact book and the Golden Quest Discovery Trail Handbook.
Location: 2 Burt Street Boulder, WA 6432, Australia
Super Pit DVD Screenings: Learn about Australia’s largest Gold Mine with free video screenings at the Super Pit Shop. Take the opportunity to go behind the scenes for a close up look at the mines operations, processes, huge equipment and history of The Golden Mile. Phone for screening times.
Super Pit Model: The model depicts the final pit design expected in 2017 and is set at a scale of 1:2000. The display sits low enough to allow all ages a look at the 3D model’s aerial perspective of the pit. The model is complete with its own fleet of miniature 793C mining truck’s and a shovel!
Tea and Coffee is also available, for a gold coin donation to the Loopline Museum, so relax in comfort while you browse through KCGMs internal newsletter, media mentions or even the current Newspaper.
Super Pit Pictures: Exclusive to the Super Pit Shop are the quality panoramic pictures of the Super Pit and, in conjunction with the Eastern Goldfields Historic Society, canvas prints of the historic Golden Mile. Prints can be purchased framed or unframed and are available with or without your own authentic piece of the Golden Mile gold inset.
Nuggets: Nuggets only form very near to the surface, so future finds are limited by nature. The nuggets sold at the Super Pit Shop are supplied by a local prospector who is exclusively allowed to prospect on KCGM, Super Pit lease. No two nuggets are alike and Golden Mile nuggets are about 90% pure gold.
Splatters: Straight from the Fimiston Gold room, the less well known, but definitely up and coming form of gold, is a splatter. To pour the gold into bars, moulds are arranged in a configuration called a cascade. A splatter is formed when the gold runs down the cascade and stops flowing along the lip of the mould. KCGM splatters range between 75-80% pure which is equivalent to 18 carat gold.