Esperance and the Fitzgerald Coast, located on the south coast of Western Australia boast some of the State’s most pristine and untouched coastal scenery, national parks and marine playgrounds.
The brilliant blue waters, snow-white beaches and over 100 islands create a dazzling contrast to the red earth of the surrounding outback. It’s the perfect place to indulge your love of nature and energise the soul with fresh clean air swept from the southern oceans and enjoy a road trip around the region.
The township of Esperance is an ideal base from which to explore a string of stunning beaches and the natural wonders on the south coast of Western Australia, including Cape Le Grand National Park, Cape Arid National Park and the paradise islands of the Recherche Archipelago.
Hopetoun and Ravensthorpe are the gateways to the impressive Fitzgerald River National Park, home to an incredible array of animal life and 1,900 species of beautiful and bizarre flowering plants. The small town of Munglinup provides a good base from which to discover the natural wonders of Stokes National Park.
Heading east, via Norseman, you can take the amazing journey east to discover the attractions and breathtaking rugged beauty of the Nullarbor Plain, from cave systems to the ruins of the old Eucla Telegraph Station.
Find out more about the area’s towns and natural attractions and start planning your holiday in Esperance and the south coast of Western Australia