The Goldfields War Museum was established in 1989 to showcase the Goldfields community contribution to conflicts in which Australia has been involved and was realised through the vision drive and dedication of local resident Ross Rogers and his family. In April 2010 the museum was devastated by a 5.0 magnitude earthquake the highest ever recorded in the area. The Goldfields War Museum relocated to the Kalgoorlie Town Hall with a long term commitment from the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder to redevelop the museum and return it to Boulder. The Goldfields War Museum is open Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 4:00pm (excluding public holidays). Enjoy a tour of the Museum on a Thursday at 1:30pm for $5.00 per person.