The disused Lindsay's Pit open-cut gold mine on the north side of Coolgardie was named for G.S. Lindsay, brother-in-law of explorer David Lindsay.

Upon hearing of the gold rush, Lindsay travelled from South Australia to Coolgardie with three Afghan cameleers and 50 camels selling them on arrival for a profit. He then turned to prospecting, discovering gold at the old Lindsay's Pit.


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Ford Street, Coolgardie, 6429, Australia