Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

at Wave Rock, then admire the bright white salt lakes at the Lake King Nature Reserve. Ravensthorpe is home to the superb 25m high wildflower murals of the Public Silo Trail, then head for the Southern Ocean and soon you’ll be in the charming coastal town of Esperance. On the way back, stop for more supersized art at Newdegate, before heading through the Southern Wheatbelt countryside including Lake Grace, Dumbleyung and Wagin. In Esperance, spend at least a day exploring Cape Le Grand National Park and, while there, climb Frenchman Peak for stunning views of the ocean and the myriad of offshore islands. Meet the photogenic kangaroos of Lucky Bay

Esperance is a picture-perfect reel of nature’s wonders...

along the way, swim, snorkel or walk on some of the most incredible beaches in the world, or simply chill with a craft beer at the local Lucky Bay Brewing. Finally, book a boat cruise and explore some of the 105 islands of the Recherche Archipelago, locally known as the Bay of Isles. You can also see the islands from the air if you hop on a scenic flight of the local coastline or over Middle Island to view the bubble-gum pink Lake Hillier.

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Pink Lake Tourist Park

Surrounded by trees and grassed areas, 2km from town centre. Ideal for quiet, relaxed getaway. Accom options include deluxe 1 & 2 bedroom villas with TV, free WiFi, microwave, aircon, kitchen, linen supplied. Ensuite cabins, budget cabins. Large shady powered/ unpowered sites, campers kitchen and BBQ areas. Pets accepted - strict conditions. Freecall: 1800 011 311 119 Pink Lake Road, Esperance WA 6450

17 Harbour Road Chadwick, Esperance, WA 6450 Ph: (08) 9071 4100 / 0498 321 888 Email:

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