Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

TIP: More than just a quick getaway, Esperance is the

ideal place to ‘get away from it

all’. To book accommodation,

find the perfect restaurant or

pub or to explore more of the

coastal region, head over to to plan your

perfect holiday.

At a Glance

Cape Arid National Park Coastline

WHAT’S ON Family Fun Day in the Park — 26 Jan 2023 (Australia Day) Esperance Wildflower Festival — Sept 2023 Esperance Districts & Agricultural Show — Oct 2023 Edge of the Bay Festival — 2 Dec 2023 New Year’s Eve (at the foreshore) — 31 Dec 2023 TOPATTRACTIONS The Great Ocean Drive / Peak Charles National Park – Karrukarrunya / Cape le Grand National Park / Lake Monjingup / Mount Ridley – Marbeleerup WILDFLOWERS TODISCOVER Spider Orchids / Pincushion Hakeas / Banksias / Kangaroo Paw

artworks, all abilities and nature playgrounds, barbecue facilities, picnic shelters, beach access, and an enclosed swimming area and lap pool. Museum Park Village Wander through the historical buildings of Museum Village. You’ll find art, craft and design shops. Don’t miss the bustling Sunday markets regularly held in the village. Adventureland Park Let the kids blow off some steam in this beautiful open space. Perfect for a picnic, there’s plenty to do with various playgrounds, a duck pond, mini golf, and the mini steam train (1 October – 30 April). Youth Precinct – Skate & Pump Track Test out your skate skills on an array of different elements and obstacles varying in difficulty at the Skate Park & Pump Track. This hub of multigenerational interaction activity invites families and individuals to join in and enjoy the space. Remember to skate and ride to your abilities. Helms Arboretum Acres of a diverse range of botanical species. Wildflowers, especially orchids, are prolific in season, and there are picnic areas and walking trails. Esperance Stonehenge Esperance Stonehenge is an impressive monolith and the only full scale replica of UK’s Stonehenge in the world. Appreciate the atmosphere as you stroll among the giant sarsens erected from Esperance’s own pink granite.

coast) and learn about the agricultural history of the region.

Esperance Community Arts Showcasing local artwork of all genres, Esperance Community Arts is a place to discover the local artistic talent of the town and purchase any artworks that catch your eye. Creative workshops are often hosted here,

particularly during the school holiday periods. Ask about the Arts & Culture Trail.

Cannery Arts Centre Located in town, the Cannery Arts Centre is a premier exhibition space and the gallery doubles as an event space for the local music scene. You’ll find touring exhibitions, studios, and art and craft shops featuring local works for sale. Keep an eye out for events and workshops at this venue. Mudjar Aboriginal Gallery Mudjar Aboriginal Gallery is community and fair trade focused, featuring a powerful collection of local artworks, authentic handcrafted traditional tools and ethically created and sourced giftwares. This guarantees that the original artists and their communities benefit from the royalties of all items sold projecting their unique stories and talents. Esperance Foreshore & Jetty Grab a coffee and take a leisurely stroll along the foreshore and new Esperance Jetty. More than a kilometre of oceanfront by the town centre is beautifully landscaped. With walking paths, exercise equipment, public

ESPERANCE VISITORCENTRE Cnr Dempster Street and Kemp Street, Esperance

(08) 9083 1555 or 1300 664 455

Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park

106 | Esperance & the Fitzgerald Coast |

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