The Island View complex features one and two-storey apartments beautifully appointed with natural timber or terracotta floors, complemented by crisp, contemporary design. Ideally located a mere stone's throw from exceptional Esperance Bay and less than a kilometer from the township, Island View Apartments is the perfect base from which to explore this very special corner of Australia's stunning South West.
Archipelago of the Recherche
Nearly 100 untouched islands make up the stunning Recherche Archipelago off the coast of Esperance.
Cape Arid National Park
Vast white beaches, camping, wildflowers, whale watching and swimming at secluded bays, excellent bushwalking and beach fishing.
Cape Le Grand National Park
Pristine park known for its stunning scenery and idyllic beaches where you can go swimming, bushwalking, fishing and camping.
Duke of Orleans Bay
Nestled between Cape Le Grand and Cape Arid National Parks. Offers idyllic swimming, game fishing and four wheel driving.
Esperance Municipal Museum
A unique collection of memorabilia, covering the region's early pioneering history, maritime exhibits and farm machinery. Also Skylab memorabilia.
Approximately 17 kilometres north of Esperance. A large area displays many species of native flowering shrubs and trees with a collection of pines from various countries.
For pristine beachside camping, Lucky Bay, located with the Cape Le Grand National Park, is rated one of the country's best beaches for its pure white sand, clear turquoise water and perfect swimming conditions. So beautiful even the kangaroos laze on the beach.
Monjingup Lake Nature Reserve
Only ten kilometres from the Esperance township. The lake has a beautiful bushland and lake setting, popular walk trails and is home to a diverse species of native birds and flora. Enjoy the bushland, lakes, the coastal scenery and the bird watching and wildflowers in the spring.
Observatory Point and Lookout
Observatory Point and Lookout offer magnificent views across the coastline of Cape Le Grand National Park. Examine the memorial placed at the lookout commemorating the explorers who took shelter from the storm in 1792.
Just a short drive from town, Pink Lake is a salt plain which, in the right weather conditions, appears pink.