Goldfields-Esperance Attractions

4 kilometres west of town along the Great Eastern Highway is Coolgardie Camel Farm, where visitors can jump on board and get up and close with the region's famous creatures. With the town's wide stree...
Dedicated to Western Australia's early explorers and the pioneers of the goldfields, this open air machinery museum was started by Ben Prior in 1961 and is perhaps one of the most unusual museums in ...
A salt lake situated near Esperance on WA's southern coastline, Pink Lake is, under the right weather conditions, a unique sweep of vibrant pink and purple, caused by high concentrations of salt toler...
Between June and September, wildflower season brings to the Goldfields-Esperance region a blossoming range of colours, shapes and sizes. Thriving with natural beauty, the seasons flowers, trees and pl...
The Esperance Museum was officially opened in October 1976 and is staffed entirely by volunteers. Items from the wreckage of Skylab which crashed to earth near Esperance in 1979, a WAGR steam locomoti...
The dramatic orange granite peak of Peak Charles and its iconic Australian panorama is one every traveller to WA should experience. The easiest route to the top takes approximately 3 hours return, wit...
Noted for it's scenic water views, beautiful beaches and outdoor activities, it then goes without saying that Esperance is a renowned fishing location. To keep on land, try your luck at casting out of...
Otherwise known as the Bay of Isles, the Recherche Archipelago is made up of over 100 islands and 1500 islets set in the clear, unpolluted waters of Esperance Bay. Boasting an impressive array of natu...
The largest and most comprehensive prospecting museum in WA.
Built in 1895 at a cost of 2,800 pounds 'The Residence', as it is known, is owned by the National Trust.
Offers a number of good picnic spots along its shores.