Leonora – Flight Schedule
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|HK 1931||Perth - 8:30am Laverton - 10:50am Leonora - 12:00pm||Laverton - 10:25am Leonora - 11:25am Perth - 1:50pm||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|HK 1930 (until April 1) HK 1931 (1 April onwards)||Perth - 8:30am Laverton - 10:50am Leonora - 12:00pm||Laverton - 10:25am Leonora - 11:25am Perth - 1:50pm||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|HK 1932||Perth - 1:00pm Laverton - 3:20pm Leonora - 4:30pm||Laverton - 2:55pm Leonora - 3:55pm Perth - 6:20pm||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Leonora is situated 832 kilometres inland from Perth in the north eastern Western Australian goldfields. The shire has a population of 4190, covers an area of 31 743 square kilometres, has 1586 kilometres of road network and has approximately 700 dwellings.
The town consists of some 350 houses, 100 industrial sites, three mining type accommodation camps, a shady caravan park, two hotels with a-la-carte dining and one motel. Shopping facilities include a supermarket, butchers, newsagent/liquor/hardware and general store, post office, two roadhouses/service stations (including restaurants), nursery/garden centre, furniture/nicknacks store, cafe, accountant and TAB.
Leonora’s gold mining history has seen it retain a number of historically significant buildings, including the first State Hotel in the nearby ghost town of Gwalia. In 1995, a series of abandoned miners camps were in derelict condition were auctioned off by the Leonora Tourist Committee. The highest price was $1,000 and the lowest $20. The volunteers that ‘bought’ the camps were given titles authorising them to restore the camps under guidelines, using as much of the original materials and colour schemes as possible, at their own cost. Hessian and information sheets were provided. The response was terrific with the involvement of over 100 people from ages ranging from 8 to 72 years old. The result is each of the cottages has its own definite personality, some so historically accurate it’s as if the residents had only just left for the day.
The town has a resident doctor, modern hospital and is serviced by a volunteer St John’s Ambulance service. Modern schooling is available in Leonora from pre-school right through to Junior High School.
Leonora Domestic Airport is located approx 2 kilometres from town.
Flight Information & Reservations
Phone: 1300 729 924
Ph: 08 9037 9263
- Public Telephones
- Public Toilets
A well-equipped purpose built modern recreation centre is situated in the CBD and caters for health and fitness requirements, all sporting pursuits and includes two airconditioned squash courts, a gymnasium and an indoor basketball court which doubles for such sports as indoor cricket, volleyball and badminton. The centre also has outdoor tennis and netball courts and a grassed oval and changeroom facility. An 18-hole golf course and clubhouse provides a challenge to all golfers and a go-cart club caters for the motor sport fraternity at its track situated 1km north of Leonora.
A vibrant clay target shooting club boasts some of the finest shooting facilities in Australia and includes an annual ‘Golden Nugget’ shoot. The ‘Sport of Kings’ (horse racing) attracts large crowds to the dirt track situated 4kms from the town. The club conducts three race meetings each year culminating in the Leonora Cup meeting conducted in September of each year, and includes some pacing events.
Shire of Leonora
Phone: (08) 9037 6044
Email: [email protected]
Very friendly staff, my flight ran on time. Plenty of parking available.
Always good service while flying on skippers aircrafts by flight attendants
Have had 2 flights with skippers and the flight both ways was good. friendly staff both on board and ground crew