Gindalbie, Western Australia

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Western Australia
Gindalbie is located in Western Australia
Coordinates 30°19′48″S 121°44′46″E / 30.33°S 121.746°E / -30.33; 121.746Coordinates: 30°19′48″S 121°44′46″E / 30.33°S 121.746°E / -30.33; 121.746
Established 1903
Postcode(s) 6430
Elevation 413 m (1,355 ft)
LGA(s) City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
State electorate(s) Electoral district of Kalgoorlie
Federal Division(s) O'Connor

Gindalbie is an abandoned town in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It is situated between Kalgoorlie and Laverton along the Donkey Rocks Road.

The town's name is Aboriginal in origin and is the local name for the area. The town was gazetted on 9 September 1903.[1][2] While in planning, the name of Vosperton was proposed in honour of the editor of the Coolgardie Miner, Frederick Vosper, who became the MLA for North-East Coolgardie in 1897. The planned boundaries and area of the town were changed in 1900.


  1. ^ Western Australian Land Information Authority. "History of country town names – G". Retrieved 14 February 2011. 
  2. ^ Western Australian Government Gazette, file 7350/97, 9 September 1903, p.2559.