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Esperance is located on the south coast of Western Australia, about a nine hour drive from Perth.
With a temperate climate all year round, Esperance is an ideal location for lovers of sun and spectacular beaches.
Esperance is a picturesque town nestled on the shores of Esperance Bay. Visitors to Esperance are charmed by its friendly people, delightful lifestyle and ideal climate.
A necklace of several hundred islands make up the Recherche Archipelago which adorns the coast of this beautiful region. Consequently, Esperance is known as The Bay Of Isles. Woody Island, one of the islands in the Archipelago has been developed for tent and safari hut camping from September to April.
The Esperance region contains national parks, including the very popular and spectacular Cape Le Grand National Park with its unbelievably beautiful beaches, islands, granite headlands, rugged coastal scenery and challenging coastal walks. There are many activities for visitors including four wheel drive safaris, beach safaris, coach tours, aerial sightseeing, island cruises, fishing and diving charters.
Regular events include the Festival of the Wind, held biennially and the Esperance and District Agricultural Show held every October.
Esperance offers a wide variety of accommodation with over 60 establishments including quality motels, hotels, caravan and holiday parks, chalets, apartments, farm stays and bed and breakfasts. Esperance Visitor Centre holds listings of disabled accommodation and places which accept dogs.
Esperance also offers a variety of dining establishments including a la carte restaurants, cafes, tearooms, seafood, Chinese, Thai, pizza kitchens, fish and chip cafes and takeaway cafes.
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