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27th April 2020

We ❤️ KB Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2020

Find your mum the perfect present by shopping locally!

Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, (10th of May, you should probably write that down somewhere..) and many of us are probably dreading the thought of trying to find a present for our mothers. I’ll be honest, it is pretty difficult to wrap all your love and admiration into a present, and make that present something new every year. Us kids want to make the day special, but I bet a lot of mums are reading this next to a desk of unlit candles from years past, or still have a ‘Free Hug’ coupon book collecting dust at the back of their drawers…As you can tell, I was a pretty rubbish gift-giver as a kid.

This year, let’s make it special. With the measures of social distancing in place, it may be hard for some of us to show our appreciation as we would usually. But we’ve made it our effort to dedicate this blog post to shopping local, supporting local businesses all while finding a unique and special gift for our loved ones.   

I have taken some of my top picks from the incredible range on offer, and provided a quick guide to get to know some of our local retailers and what they have in-store. With their help, we can get through this Mother’s Day with ease, and focus on celebrating rather than stressing about a gift.  

Mothers Day Box We Love KB

Mother’s Day Gift Box from We ❤️ KB

We Love KB Subscription Box

During these tough times we wanted to be able to support our local businesses in any way we can. Our hamper boxes are filled with locally-sourced products, as well as discounts on local retail, service and hospitality. We sold out of our April subscription in 24 hours, an astounding response from our awesome community! This Mother’s Day, we are offering ‘one-off’ unique gift boxes to celebrate. They are now live on our website and we only have 7 left! Get in quick here


The Mother’s Day Exclusive Box is $65, and includes:

– Sparkling Piccolo Bottle from Peels Liquor

– Chocolate Rose from Choc A Box

– Beautifully Scented Hand Wash from Prue’s Perfect Pieces

– A Colourful Designed Tea Towel from Simply Gorgeous

– Handmade Card from Jocelyn Hobbs Calligraphy 

– Face Mask from Prue’s Perfect Pieces

– Bath Pearls from Lizzy’s Soap Opera

– Tall Coffee voucher from Queen Bees Coffee

– 15% Off at Lamore Photography

– 15% Off at Josie’s Creations Cake Design

Boxes will be available from 30th April with pick up and delivery options available.

Love our subscription box idea? 

The idea is to maximise the convenience of supporting local business for our subscribers, and potentially grow sales and clientele base for our local businesses by repeating sales of the products in the boxes. Theoretically, if every person in town spent $50 on local business per month, it would inject at least $1.5M into the local economy, allowing our businesses to continue to operate smoothly. 

Become a monthly subscriber now and help our local businesses!

Find yours at https://welovekb.com/product/we-love-kb-subscription-box/


Daphne Florist Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Seasonal Floral Bouquet and Champagne sets from Daphne Florist

Daphne Florist (Gold Member)

Our Gold member Daphne Florist is locally owned and operated in the heart of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Daphne Florist supplies a beautiful range of fresh and silk flowers, teddy bears, gift baskets, balloon bouquets and more. 

My pick for Mother’s Day would definitely be their seasonal bouquet of flowers coupled with a bottle of champagne, from $85. You can order online here

Give your mum the chance to wind down with a glass of bubbly and soak up the love. 

Daphne Florist Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Foodie’s Gift Hamper from Daphne Florist

Is your mum more of a foodie?

 Spoil her with a savoury hamper chocked with goodies!

Crackers, cheeses, sausage, beers and more, this is the perfect platter to share on her special day. Hampers start from $100 and can be ordered online here

Order through their website at www.daphneflorist.com.au or call 90214461.They are now offering no-contact delivery services.

Lizzys Soap Opera Kalgoorlie Boulder We Love KB Mothers day

Mother’s Day Gift Basket from Lizzy’s Soap Opera

Lizzy’s Soap Opera (Bronze Member)

Our bronze member Lizzy’s Soap Opera is all over Mother’s day. Famous for her handmade body and bath products, candles, Australian made soaps and accessories, she also has gift baskets available for Mother’s day. Take the stress out of finding mum the perfect present and purchase her one of these gift hampers filled with all sorts of great smelling products. She has made it that convenient that all you have to do is message her the number of hamper you like and she can organise drop off for you. Visit her Facebook page here

I think Sam has her eye on the gift basket featured above and subconsciously hinting to her family that she wants it!

Choc a Box Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Mother’s Day Chocolate Bouquets From Choc A Box

Choc A Box

Offering a delightful range of chocolate bouquets, Choc A Box are a local business dedicated to creating something special for our big occasions. Not only offering a range for birthdays, anniversaries, newborn welcoming gifts and get well soon boxes, they also supply beautiful pieces for Mother’s Day, so you don’t have to stress. 

My top pick from Choc A Box’s range would be the Bears and Chocolates. These specially hand-picked bears are surrounded by 15 chocolate gem hearts, presented in a ribboned box. I love the latte bear with red and gold hearts, so cute! This cute gift is available for $40 and can be purchased online here

  Choc a Box Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Tea Cup Gift Sets from Choc A Box

Give your mum a hug in a mug with this adorable Cup of Love, available in 4 different colours. Each cup and saucer comes with 10 chocolate gem hearts and a solid Mother’s Day chocolate medallion. These cute sets are available for an affordable price of $25 and can be order online here.

Call to arrange a meeting to discuss your creation, or order directly online through their website https://choc-a-box-kalgoorlie.myshopify.com/ or call on 0408 736 592.

Little Poppy Lane Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Coffee Table Book From Little Poppy Lane

Little Poppy Lane

Located in the Hannans Boulevard complex, Little Poppy Lane is a homey shopfront with unique and heartwarming gifts for all ages. I could probably spend all day browsing through their website, more specifically in their section of giftware available for Mother’s Day. 

My favourite pick would be ‘The Leaf Supply Guide to Creating Your Indoor Jungle’ featured above, a book dedicated to mums with a green thumb, giving guidance with pictures and information to help her create her own indoor plant sanctuary. This amazing coffee table book is $49.99 and is available to purchase online here

Little Poppy Lane Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder

Mother’s Day Gift Tray from Little Poppy Lane

This delightful little gift tray includes a shower gel, body lotion, candle, notepad and pen. Perfect for these times of reflection and self-care while many mums are working from home or caring for the kids in isolation. Allow some time for her to relax, reflect and rejuvenate with this gift from Little Poppy Lane.  This ‘value for money’ gift tray is $112 and can be purchased online here

Prue's Perfect Pieces Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder We Love KB

Home Decore Products from Prue’s Perfect Pieces

Prue’s Perfect Pieces

Prue’s is the place to find that special homeware item, or gift in general! With all sorts of items to style your home, to find a gift, or just offer you some retail therapy. All of the products are selected by hand to ensure Kalgoorlie the most on-trend and quality pieces, all the time! 

My favourite pick from Prue’s Perfect Pieces lately would have to be her decorative wall art pieces pictured above, the neutral earth tones paired with bold floral patterns are the perfect accomany for Mum’s decor in her bedroom, or a nice piece for around the house! Bonus, every time she looks at it, it will remind her of you. 

They also have beautiful PJ sets for mum to relax in all day Mother’s Day!

Prue's Perfect Pieces Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder We Love KB

PJ sets and accessories from Prue’s Perfect Pieces

Prue’s is still open and operating her regular hours, and you can pop in and visit her here: 

203 Hannan Street

Visit her facebook page for new product arrivals; https://www.facebook.com/PruesPerfectPiecesKalgoorlie/

Simply Gorgeous Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder We Love KB

Cold Pressed Soap From Simply Gorgeous

Simply Gorgeous Home & Giftware

Located on Burt Street in Boulder, Simply Gorgeous offers an amazing range of products for all of our homeware and lifestyle needs. 

My main pick from the range would be their cold pressed soaps, handmade and locally sourced within WA. They have a range of scents like lemongrass, lavender, honey and oatmeal, ylang ylang orange and cedar, the list goes on. Yum!

They last longer than average soaps, and are now available for postage or free delivery, and no-contact delivery options.  

They also have a great range of Mother’s Day Hampers also at great prices

Simply Gorgeous Mothers Day Kalgoorlie Boulder We Love KB

Mother’s Day Gift Hamper from Simply gorgeous

Simply Gorgeous is still open and trading;

You Can visit them at 69 Burt St

Or visit their facebook page for product updates https://www.facebook.com/simplygorgeoushomeandgiftware/

They have great message response rates


As you can see, Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a pretty wide variety of selection for giftware. I hope I was able to share some inspiration for how to put a smile on Mum’s face this Mother’s Day. By showcasing to our audience what phenomenal retailers we have here locally, I hope I can also give inspiration for you to easily find a gift for any occasion by shopping Local. Tag us in your Mother’s Day purchases so we can share with the community as well.


To all our amazing mums out there, enjoy a cuppa and have a Happy Mother’s Day x


Sinead Porter

Creative Writer

We ❤️ KB


21st April 2020

ANZAC Biscuit Recipe

ANZAC Biscuits Kalgoorlie We Love KB

I may be biased, being a true-blue Aussie and all, but Anzac Biscuits are hands down my favourite biscuit. Especially chewy ones. And not store bought ones (unless they’ve been baked from Coles bakery) they’re usually hard and probably been sitting on the shelf for weeks. You simply can’t go passed a homemade Anzac Biscuit, there is something nostalgic about taking a bite and the delicious smell pluming through the house. They are moreish and before you knew it, you’ve eaten a dozen (be honest now). Besides being ridiculously easy to make, they are extremely versatile. You can serve them with ice cream and use them for the base of a cheesecake.

The history behind ANZAC biscuits is easily understandable. They came around the first world war and they were usually sent to the soldiers by their wives and mothers. Because they do not contain milk or eggs, the ingredients within ANZAC allows them not to spoil and were able to travel long distances and keep in a tin for a good while. Hence the name ANZAC biscuits, for its popularity feeding the men during war time. And I love the significance associated with my beloved bekkie.

Here’s a recipe for you to make at home. Please take a photo of your efforts, post on social media and tag us or use #welovekb so we can see your delicious achievements!

ANZAC Biscuits


  • 150g (1 cup) plain flour
  • 90g (1 cup) rolled oats(see Notes)
  • 85g (1 cup) desiccated coconut
  • 100g (1/2 cup, firmly packed) brown sugar
  • 55g (1/4 cup) caster sugar
  • 125g butter
  • 2 tablespoons golden syrup
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda


  • Step 1
    Preheat oven to 160°C. Line 2 baking trays with non-stick baking paper.
  • Step 2
    Combine flour, oats, coconut and combined sugar in a large bowl.
  • Step 3
    Stir the butter, golden syrup and water in a small saucepan over medium heat until the butter melts and the mixture is smooth. Stir in the bicarbonate of soda. Add to the oat mixture and stir until well combined.
  • Step 4
    Roll level tablespoonfuls of the oat mixture into balls and place, about 5cm apart, on the prepared trays. Flatten until about 1cm thick. Bake, swapping trays halfway through cooking, for 15 minutes or until light golden. Set aside for 10 minutes to cool slightly before transferring to wire racks to cool completely.

Sammy Schimanski

Advertising & Marketing

We Love KB

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21st April 2020

ANZAC Day Celebrations in KB 2020

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Kalgoorlie RSL 

ANZAC Day marks the anniversary of the first major actions fought by Australian and New Zealand soldiers during the First World War, but it is a day so much more than that. It is a day of national memory and is close to many of our hearts. And it is so important to teach and pass the memory onto our younger generation.

My late grandfather, Ken, served as a corporal and temporary sergeant for the NZ Special Air Service from 1948 to 1966. He never mentioned his war stories to me as a child, even after my persistent nagging. It was only until recent years that I delved deeper into his war records and realised how heroic he had been through that period of his life. The horror he would’ve endured in making sure kids like me wouldn’t have to suffer the same fate resonated with me in a way I couldn’t believe. I had always taken great pride in going to the Dawn Service with him every year and see how proud he was. After his passing, I was reminded of the deep importance that our traditions hold, and how the spirit of Anzac Day is strong in many of our hearts.

This year, due to the circumstances of COVID-19, we may all feel a bit restricted in what we can do to recognise the day without our usual events taking place. The cancellation of the Anzac Day commemoration events were nationwide, which is the first time services have been suspended since World War II. However, with the power of mateship and social media there are some adapted traditions we can still take part in so we can all come together as a nation, even while being physically apart for now. 

Driveway Dawn Service

People around Australia are encouraged to stand with their family, friends and neighbours in quiet contemplation at 5:55AM outside of our houses, at the end of the drive-way, on April 25th. There will be a radio and television broadcast of the National Dawn Service commemorative broadcast at 5:25-6:15AM on ABC Radio, which will also depict the RAAF jet fly-over in some parts of the country.   

Gunfire Breakfast

The ‘gunfire breakfast’ seems to have evolved from coffee and rum, and a hearty breakfast of bacon, eggs and sausages will be on the menu for breakfast in many households across Australia, as this dish is usually served by the War Memorial for their annual Anzac Day breakfast. Feel a part of ANZAC traditions and cook yourself a bountiful feed!

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Pinterest

Anzac Biscuits

These biscuits have long been associated with the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps as it is claimed that soldier’s wives and women’s groups would bake and send the biscuits as they kept well during naval transportation and didn’t spoil in the process. We love chewy Anzac biscuits, what do you like?

To create your own batch, find the recipe here: LINK HERE

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Pinterest


The game of Two-Up was played originally by Australian soldiers in the trenches and on troop ships. It became popularised in the 18th century among English and Irish settlers, and by the 1850’s, Two-Up was being played in the Goldfields and Broken Hill. We use the game today as a symbol of celebration for those who returned home from battle, and as remembrance for the fallen. For more information on the rules and origin of Two-Up, visit: https://deewhyrsl.com.au/rules-of-two-up/

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Western Australia

Recording of ‘the Ode’ 

The RSL are encouraging families to make a short video reciting ‘the Ode’ to post online before Anzac Day to demonstrate appreciation and encourage fundraising for the commemoration to take place.


The Ode:

“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; 

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. 

At the going down of the sun and in the morning 

We will remember them.”


Visual Commemoration for Anzac Day

The concept of a ‘visual commemoration’ suits these circumstances, as it can not only honour those who fought for us, but also lift the spirits of those of us struggling with being at home. 


Tie some purple ribbon or streamers to your mailbox, fence line, trees, car, ect to remember the animals who perished during wartime. 


Write a special message in remembrance of those who have left us – for those family members or friends who served or are still serving. You could even write a letter to care homes showing your support of our veterans and send some love to those who may not have much contact with people at the moment – you never know, you might make someone’s day!


It’s important to involve children so they can learn and grasp an understanding of the sacrifices that were made for our country. Kids can make poppy flowers, posters, colouring-in drawings, wreaths, and the Flame of Remembrance to put on display.

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Pinterest

There are amazing possibilities if we put our minds together to create a special and honourable day. Below is an example of some functional ANZAC Day art, made by Trisha Preston.

Tealight Candle Holders

To make these, half some 2L milk cartons and fill with some sand to weigh them down. Marker pens can be used to draw or outline stencils of the poppy flowers, then fill in with colour. These lanterns look beautiful lit up against the sunrise.

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Trisha Preston


Download our free ANZAC day colouring in here

For more creative ideas to share and celebrate, visit pinterest here

For those of you that are not artistically inclined, Kal Signs has developed a great idea for you! These decals stick straight onto the front of your wheelie bin, perfect for the driveway dawn service. To order your decal contact them on (08) 9022 4824

Follow them here: https://www.facebook.com/kalsigns

ANZAC Day Celebrations Kalgoorlie We Love KB

Photo Credit: Kal Signs

We hope this article has given some insight on how to spend ANZAC Day at home with the family, or even just to spread the appreciation of our heroes to you. If these ideas or creations have sparked your interest, we’d love to see/hear from you! Wishing you a safe and memorable ANZAC Day.  

We would love to see your ANZAC day creations! Tag us or use #welovekb so we can see your amazing work


“This is a day for looking after your mates, cherishing your home, your neighbourhood and family. It’s a day for realising how rare this wonderful country of ours is and how precious it is.”

Blog by

Sinead Porter

Creative Writer

We Love KB

13th April 2020

KB Bites


Paddy's Bar and Restaurant


We ❤️ KB Takeaway & Delivery Food Guide

Did you know that on average, Aussies eat out or buy takeaway at least four times a week? We didn’t either!

Everyone loves to indulge in good food while lounging around in their PJ’s. Recently, restaurants and cafes have had to adapt to the new Government regulations, which has in turn benefited us locals with more options for takeaway and delivery services around KB. One thing is for sure, we can’t settle our cravings for just a late-night kebab and we know you can’t either! 

So to celebrate the new diversity of KB eatery businesses, we have produced our top picks to make it easier for you to order! Just consider this your helpful little food guide in navigating your way around Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s eatery scene. 



Paddy’s are now offering online ordering and delivery service, and the very first thing we wanted to try was their pork belly bao buns. Not as well presented as you would get by dining in, (as expected) but tasted just as delicious and saved the effort of us trying to make them at home! We also ordered the steak sandwich with extra beetroot which landed a positive review from the other half, as well as the chilli and garlic prawn linguine – YUM! My only critique would be the 60 minute wait, however it was worth it for the quality of the meal we received! Perhaps order ahead of time for a more optimal experience. They also have a kids menu which is a bonus. Paddy’s is definitely the place for treating yourself to great quality food!

Follow them on Facebook here

Order online here

Paddy's Bar and Restaurant

Fish & Chips

The Kalgoorlie Hotel (Judd’s)

Being one of the oldest buildings in Kalgoorlie, this restaurant sure knows how to keep the spirit of cooking alive. We tried their fettuccine carbonara and chicken schnitzel with creamy garlic sauce. Our first positive was that it was packed nicely and easy to take away to the car. Very tasty, and we appreciate that sauces were in separate containers to avoid making our dinner soggy. They have a delicious selection of woodfired pizzas and pub meal favourites, as well as tasty new creations such as their spicy chicken wings with blue cheese dipping sauce. Kids meals, vegetarian and gluten-free options are also available, catering to the whole family!

Follow them on Facebook here

View their menu here

Order by calling 9021 3046

Judds Hotel Kalgoorlie

Chicken Schnitzel with creamy garlic prawns

Mamma Mia’s Trattoria

Mamma Mia’s, located at the Star & Garter Hotel, always has friendly staff to make you feel at home…or like you’re in Italy. But now serving dinner daily from 5PM-late, the restaurant offers a wide selection on their takeaway menu. If you’re a fan of seafood in this chillier weather, try their ‘zuppetta di cozze’ – a fresh garlic mussel soup with a touch of chilli. Or if you’re a dedicated fan of Italian eatery, check out their amazing range of pizzas, pastas and parmas. And if you spend over $30 with your pick up order, receive a free 1.25L soft drink. What a bonus! 

Follow them on Facebook here

View their menu here

Call to order (08) 9026 3399

Mamma Mia's Restaurant Kalgoorlie

Mushroom Risotto

Ruby’s Rasoi Indian 

Ruby’s will transcend into the world of India through it’s delicious cuisine. Offering delivery and takeaway options from 5-10PM from Tuesday-Sunday, Ruby’s Rasoi is a must-try destination for those of us who love our pungent spices and flavours in our cooking. We just had to try their butter chicken, chicken korma and Lamb Rogan josh with garlic naan bread (YUM). It was delicious with a hint of hot spice, a great takeaway option for the incoming cooler months. We paid over the phone and the delivery was fast – approximately 30-40 min wait. Ruby’s also offers a great range of vegetarian options, as well as gluten, nut and dairy free options! Explore your senses with a spiced goat curry, or even a beautiful creamy butter chicken if you prefer a milder dish. Ruby’s Rasoi can give you the best of both worlds, while staying true to authentic Indian cooking.     

Follow them on Facebook here

View their menu here

Call to order 0450164567 or 0424185524

Ruby's Rasoi Indian Kalgoorlie

Chicken Korma, Lamb Rogan Josh, Butter Chicken, Basmati Rice & Garlic Naan Bread


Beaten Eats

Beaten track brewery has diversified their business to offer online ordering and a takeaway menu. Order yourself a fully loaded burger with one of their signature brews, eat it out the back on your patio and it will feel like your at the pub anyways! This new transition has responded well with the KB community with them selling out in their first couple of weeks of service! Their menu consists of mouth watering burgers with a side of chips, homemade pizzas, popcorn chicken and the popular burnt ends from slow cooked beef brisket and pork belly. My favourite brew is pink lemonade but they have a great range of ales and ciders that are brewed on site. Be mindful that they are only offering this service from Thursday to Sunday; a lunch service from 11am-1pm and Dinner service from 4pm-7pm. If you haven’t had a chance to experience Beaten Track yet, this is a great opportunity to do so!

Follow them on Facebook here

Order online here

Beaten Track Brewery Beaten Eats

Top left; Southern Fried chicken burger, top right; Popcorn Chicken, Bottom left; burnt ends & bottom right beef burger.

Eatery Index


Due to the new social distancing restrictions, many dine-in restaurants, cafes and eateries have now opted to offer takeaway and delivery options.


The following businesses are offering takeaway AND delivery services: 



International Cuisine


  • Blaze Cafe – ($60 min. order)
  • Cafe 312 – ($30 min. order)


Fast Food Outlets

  • Mac’s Deli & Lunch Bar
  • Pasta2go ($5 fee) ($25 min. order) – The place for sippin’ on an ice cold bubble tea.
  • Subway


Pizza Joints

  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Kalgoorlie Pizza Bar
  • Mamma Mia’s Trattoria (Delivery 4:30PM-8:30PM) –

*With every delivery order over $30, you’re able to purchase a 6 pack of Strongbow cider or Carlton Dry for $14. Or a pack of Great Northern Supercrisp for $12!*  

  • Pizza Cantina ($5 fee) ($25 min. order)
  • Sam’s Pizza Bar ($7 fee)


Late Night Options

  • Acropolis Kebabs – ($9.50 fee) – Open 5:30PM-LATE
  • Em Kebabs – Open 10AM-10PM
  • Kalgoorlie Pizza Bar – Open 5PM-LATE
  • Red Rooster (delivery from 5-10PM)
  • Ruby’s Rasoi Indian – Open 5PM-10PM
  • Pizza Cantina – Open 5PM-10PM
  • Xing’s Sushi & Noodle – Open 10:30AM-10:30PM


The following businesses are offering takeaway orders ONLY:



  • Coolgardie Gold Rush Motel
  • Ibis Styles / Plaza Restaurant
  • Katherine Station Restaurant 
  • The Albion Hotel
  • The Miner’s Rest
  • The Waterhole (Golf Course)
  • North End Tavern
  • Piccadilly Hotel
  • York Hotel


International Cuisine

  • Fat Buddha Thai Food
  • Golden India
  • Goldfields Chinese Restaurant
  • Kal Noodle House
  • Kal Thai Coffee House
  • LEMMon & Lime
  • Mei Yuen Chinese Restaurant



  • Bliss Cafe
  • Coffee Club
  • Dome
  • Gloria Jeans
  • Muzz Buzz
  • Queen Bee’s (Boulder & Centennial Park)
  • Relish Kalgoorlie
  • Vienna Coffee Lounge
  • Zarraffa’s Coffee


Fast Food Outlets

  • Bracklemann Lunch Bar & Deli
  • Boulder Fish & Chips
  • Chicken Treat
  • Flatheads Fish
  • Jesters
  • Hay Street Lunch Bar
  • Hyway Deli
  • Tilly’s Takeaway
  • Mi5
  • Shark Tails Fish & Chips 
  • Zach-Harry’s Place


Late Night Options

  • Hungry Jack’s – Open 6AM-10PM
  • KFC – Open 10AM-10PM
  • McDonald’s Boulder Rd – Open 24/7 (Boulder Rd)
  • McDonald’s CBD – Open 5AM-11PM


Being able to relax and have dinner sorted for the night is a feeling that many of us value. With great local businesses in Kalgoorlie-Boulder offering a range of dine-in, delivery and takeaway options, we’re able to capture the essence of restaurant dining in our own homes, and share a meal with those close to us without all the hassle. 


Tag us in your foodie snaps on Instagram, on Facebook or chuck us an email! (hello@welovekb.com)


For a detailed summary of business trading hours, menu boards, ordering and payment options, ect. please visit hungryinkal.com (created by Sean McManus).  

Blog by

Sinead Porter

Creative Writer for We ❤️ KB

Categorised in: Eat & Drink Tags: ,,

9th April 2020

Homemade Easter Egg Muffins

Easy muffins to bake with the kids!

Homemade Easter Egg Muffins


  • 2 1/4 cups self-raising flour
  • 3/4 cup caster sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 12 mini chocolate Easter eggs, unwrapped
  • 125g butter, softened
  • 3 cups (480g) icing sugar mixture
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 100’s & 1000’s
  • M&M’s speckled eggs



  • Step 1
    Preheat oven to 160°C. Line twelve 1/3-cup capacity non-stick muffin pans with paper patty cases.
  • Step 2
    Sift flour into a bowl and stir in sugar. Make a well in the centre. Combine egg, oil, vanilla extract and milk in a jug and pour mixture into the well. Using a large metal spoon, stir until just combined. Do not over mix.
  • Step 3
    Spoon 3/4 of the mixture into prepared cases. Press an Easter egg into the centre of each muffin making sure it does not touch the bottom.
  • Step 4
    Spoon over remaining batter, making sure to cover Easter eggs completely. Sprinkle tops of muffins liberally with vanillin sugar (approximately 1 tsp per muffin).
  • Step 5
    Bake for 20 minutes or until muffins are light golden and spring back when lightly pressed at centre. Allow to cool
  • Step 6
    Beat butter and icing sugar together until light, fluffy and creamy. Add vanilla extract and milk to make the mixture more spreadable. Ice each muffin, sprinkle 100’s & 1000’s (or dip into a bowl full) and place an M&M’s speckled egg on top
  • Step 7

    View our video here:

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6th April 2020

Easter in the Desert – COVID19 Edition

As the season approaches, often so does the stress and financial strain of the celebration. But this year, many of us will be spending our Easter weekend at home and indoors – No Esperance trip for us this year! This means our children may be feeling the pressure of cabin fever setting in about the thought of celebrating inside. Not to worry though, our Premier has given the Easter Bunny a special Eggs-emption to enter our state so Egg Hunts are still high on the Easter Festivities agenda and we have developed a list of food, festivities and DIY decorations to help keep the little ones entertained and let us big kids relax!


Baby Chick Cake Pops

These adorable little chickies are made from Rice Bubble balls coated in white chocolate and shredded coconut. These cake pops can be enjoyed by all ages and are a hit with the kids in the kitchen! Find the full recipe here

Chocolate Egg Nests

This recipe is made with a secret ingredient: Chow mein noodles! These nests are deliciously crunchy, and can be decorated with candied eggs or lollies to add a special touch. Find the full recipe here

Marshmallow Bunnies

This cute little design can be created in three easy steps, and can be the perfect topper on cupcakes, or even on their own as a tasty treat. You can make a little bunny family for your own, and even decorate them to look like your kids! Find the full recipe here



Easter Egg Hunt

As the name suggests, an easter egg hunt is a great activity to get the kids hunting around the backyard. You can use chocolate eggs, or hide plastic eggs with small treats and toys inside. To up the stakes, add a Golden Ticket egg to the mix and let your children pick a special prize! This is also a nice way to get some fresh air and get back in-tune with nature.

Egg and Spoon Race

The game of coordination and balance, the egg and spoon race is a classic Easter game. Race to the finish line with one hand behind your back. If the egg falls off the spoon, start again. It is preferred to use hard-boiled eggs, but take the game outside with some raw ones and listen to the laughter when they hit the concrete!

Photo credit: https://www.verywellfamily.com/relay-races-for-kids-1257402

Pin the Tail on the Bunny

This game is a hoot for the kids. Simply print out an image of the back of a rabbit, or use the picture displayed, and hang it up on the wall. Grab a few cotton balls and add some double-sided tape to the backs, readying them for being stuck to the poster. The child having their turn at pinny the tail should be blind-folded, hand them a cotton ball and let them try their luck! Whoever gets the tail closest to the right spot, wins a prize.

Photo Credit: https://love-the-day.com/pin-the-tail-on-the-bunny


Egg Garland

This craft takes a quick trip to Bunnings, but it’s worth it in the long run to create these beautiful egg garlands. First, find some paint sample cards in various colours. Cutting these cards into ovals make stripey eggs! String the shapes to some yarn or string and hang them up around the home to create a vibrant Easter decor.

Photo Credit: https://www.alittlecraftinyourday.com/2014/12/12/20_paint-chip-craft-posts/

Toilet Roll Bunnies

Don’t know what to do with  your excess toilet rolls? How about these toilet roll bunnies! They’re not only cute, they’re easy to craft too! Gather some empty toilet rolls and paint them in your desired colours. Use another roll to cut two ear shapes and stick them to the inside to make a bunny shape. You can use a pen to draw the face, or decorate them however you like with materials like pom poms, patterned paper or googly eyes!

Photo Credit: https://www.thebestideasforkids.com/toilet-paper-roll-bunny/

Easter Egg Tree

Who says trees are only for Christmas time? To create this elegant piece, start by grabbing some sturdy branches from the yard and placing them in a heavy vase. You can blow the yolk out of the eggs and dye them with food colouring, or simply use some faux plastic eggs. Cut 50cm pieces of ribbon and hot glue the egg to the midpoint of the ribbon. Wrap the ribbon around the egg and secure the top of it with some glue. Once the glue dries, you can hang your eggs to the tree! 

If you don’t own a hot glue gun, try getting handy with some sticky tape. It’s easy to get creative with this project by taping on flower cuttings, feathers, ornamental pieces, the list goes on!

Photo Credit: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/easter-ideas/g26809936/diy-easter-tree-ideas/


We hope this blog provides with heaps of activities to keep you busy over the Easter holidays, if not at least give you some inspiration. We would love to see all you Easter creations, please feel free to send through pictures of your creations via email (hello@welovekb.com), Facebook or Instagram

Written by

Sinead Porter

Creative Writer at We Love KB

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