Comfort Inn Bay Of Isles
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Bay Of Isles Esperance
We stayed in one of the apartments and it was lovely. It was almost like a reverse house as down stairs was the bedrooms and bathroom. Upstairs was the kitchen and living room which were open.We did have to walk quite a bit to reception though and there were a few other problems but I would recommend it. We also had a lovely view.
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... set up we went for a drive into the town centre. It isn’t a very big town with population of approx. 10,000. I actually expected it to be bigger for some reason, but I think the population definitely doubles or even triples over summer. We headed straight to the visitors centre to find out what Esperance has to offer. The lady told us they had just spent around $55 million dollars on the foreshore so this was a must see. We went for a scenic drive ...
I will not try to describe Esperance and the surrounding coastline with my crude use of words except to say that Esperance the town is beautiful, the people I have found very friendly and the coastline is stunning. The pictures will, I hope describe it better than I ever could. ...
... if pretty full of seaweed though which has bugs through it and stinks so it isn’t great to walk on. There are lots of kangaroos though and they aren’t bothered by people, some are even happy to be patted. We took a beach drive to the other side of Lucky Bay which is really beautiful and has an even better small beach on the other side of some rocks.
... and decided to go down to Cape LeGrand National Park. By the time we left Esperance time was slipping away from us, so we camped the night in a Tree Plantation. No flies.
Off to Cape LeGrand National Park the next morning, Lucky Bay was our first stop and the colour of the water and sand is just stunning. As they were doing major works to the camping area and surronds ...
... of blue on the spectrum – no green at all which is due to the white sand. The water ranges from totally transparent to dark blue with most of the water near the beach being the colour of blue gel stuff in icepacks and cleaning products – it is so perfect that it doesn’t even look real.
It was a sunny day, a bit windy, but the clear blue water was SO inviting we all vowed we’d have a swim after lunch.