Cnr Bower Ave/The Esplanade
Apex Port Tours
Saturday Port Tours - The Apex Club of Esperance operates bus site tours of the Port every Saturday at 1.30pm from the Bower Ave Port Viewing Area (Off The Esplanade). Tours are free of charge and no bookings are required. Donations appreciated with all proceeds going back into the local community.
Esperance Bird and Animal Park and Cafe
Meet and hand feed woolly, hairy, furry, feathery friends. If you're travelling with kids in tow, visiting the local Bird and Animal Park is a must. Located only 10 minutes from the town centre and home to over 200 birds and animals, a visit to the park allows guests to hand feed most of the resident animals, as well as cuddle rabbits and guinea pigs. Enjoy a meal or drink on the cafe's verandah, surrounded by bird life and shady trees.
Lot 16 Barook Road, Esperance WA
Lucky Bay Brewery
Tours - Tastings - Sales
Locally brewed beer using Esperance's finest barley. A truly tasty experience of the Esperance region.
1544 Fisheries Road, Esperance WA
Olive farm, restuarnt and shop
Must see full sized replica of the original Stonehenge in the UK, as it would hve looked around 1950BC. Walk amongst the stones, take photos and experience the grandeur of the structure.
Esperance Eco Disovery Tours
Offers multiple ocean drive tours.
6 Woods Street, Esperance WA
Visit their studio to view their complete range of finished products. Gain insight into the unique world of fish, shark and stingray leather.
59 Dempster Street, Esperance WA
White Sands Gallery
Corner of Dempster and James Street, Esperance WA
Explore our French Connection
Learn about the voyage of disaster "the Sanko Harvest"
Lot 5 Longbottom Lane, Esperance WA
Section Glass Gallery and Cafe
Home to prominent and awarded glass artist, Cindy Poole, her studio and café space encompasses a diverse range of kiln-fired glasswork including bespoke and conceptual artworks and sculpture, contemporary designer glass jewellery, functional and decorative glass objects, unique giftware and Australian souvenires.
Lakes Road, Esperance WA
Kepwari Wetland Trail
3.6km interpretive trail winding through fringing sedge lands, Melaleuca thickets, heathlands, under Banksia canopies and over dune ridges, with views of the internationally recognized wetland system and surrounding catchment.
Cape Le grand Road, Esperance WA
Cape Le Grand National Park
Possibly the most iconic and spectacular of the Southern Coastal National Parks, is Cape Le Grand. Located approx. half an hour east of Esperance, the park's rolling heathlands are home to pygmy possums and the western grey kangaroo. The roos are often spotted lazing on the white sandy beaches, or skipping among the local campsites and socializing with visitors to the park.