Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

World’s Longest Golf Course. The aptly named 90 Mile Straight will bring you to Balladonia by nightfall. Explore the remains of Skylab space station at the nearby Esperance Museum, which plummeted to the earth in 1979, before continuing west. Take your time and savour the sense of space and timelessness that makes the Nullarbor unique. Soon you’ll arrive at Norseman, the end of this 880km trip and the Eyre Highway. Next to the town’s cute tin camels is a photographic gallery where the region’s stunning landscapes are captured in prints. To appreciate the vastness of the place, drive up to Beacon Hill Lookout before heading either north to Kalgoorlie or south to Esperance.


ROAD TO ESPERANCE 5 days | Sealed roads Shires along your journey: Kondinin, Lake Grace, Ravensthorpe and Esperance Esperance is a picture-perfect reel of nature’s wonders with an abundance of pearl-white beaches boasting translucent blue waters, and rugged national parks. Expect to experience a glorious journey, worthy of this stunning destination, on the 700km stretch to Esperance from Perth. You can take two routes, so mix it up and see different perspectives of the Wheatbelt region. Go out via Hyden so you can take the famous surfing selfie

Shires along your journey: Dundas The Nullarbor Plain, with the epic Eyre highway to follow, is easily one of Australia’s greatest road trip adventures. Take off into the west from the border town of Eucla down the sweeping highway into the scenic lower Nullarbor around Mundrabilla, then pause to look back at the lookout at Madura. The Eyre Bird Observatory, a remote research station, has fantastic programs (check them out online) and the 10th hole of the Nullarbor Links course at Cocklebiddy is a top introduction to the

Driftwood Apartments

• Four ground floor self-contained 2 bedroom apartments, private covered decks & BBQs • Three two storey luxury self-contained 2 bedroom apartments with spas & BBQ balconies Reverse cycle air-con, full cooking & laundry facilities. A short stroll to CBD, restaurants, parks & island cruises. 69 The Esplanade, Esperance WA 6450 Tel: 0428 716 677


A family-friendly caravan park situated just 1km from the town centre. The park is located a short walk from calm swimming beaches and an easy walk to fishing jetties, with a variety of cafes and restaurants close by. A variety of accommodation options are available to suit all travellers. Self-contained holiday units, basic cabins and well-maintained grassed sites to suit tents and camper trailers - including sites with concrete slabs for motorhomes and caravans.

162 Dempster Street, EsperanceWA 6450 Ph: (08) 9071 2237 E:

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