At Kunanulling, you will find the ruins of the Premier Hotel, built by Fred “Cousin Jack” Bow, a Coolgardie entrepreneur who had made his wealth through his prosperous wagon business.
Once a grand sprawling establishment popular amongst the early gold miners and travellers of the era only a skeleton of its former glory now remains. It was one of the first hotels in the Goldfields to have electricity, which was provided by a nearby mine, the Premier Hotel opened in 1901, it had ten bedrooms, a large parlour and a billiards room.
All that remains of the stone hotel are its ruins and its three prominent chimneys.
This site is situated 40km North of Coolgardie.