Esperance Island View Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Great Ocean Drive which is a 40km loop west of Esperance passing several beautiful beaches such as Blue Haven, Twilight Beach, Salmon Beach and what used to be the Pink Lake but unfortunately it isn’t pink anymore. Esperance is known for its beaches with some of the world’s best beaches and pristine coastline. The beaches are easily accessible and boast the whitest, finest sand and crystal clear blue, green and turquoise water. We couldn’t wait ...
... the highway. Looking for a free camp and a fire tonite we choose Fitzgerald River free camp. All the bells and whistle of the cities gone, the sounds of the bush sitting by the fire the only lights and that familiar feeling of how great it is to back free camping. Great nite.
Loved being back free camping and wanting more of the same Quagi Beach is our choice for our stop for the night. Glorious sandy beach with a dozen or so ...
... have trouble moving on from here. A wonderful, roomy, green and friendly caravan park. Two or three hours of fishing to get my dinner. Stunning surrounds. It is a hard life, but someone has to do it.
I very very much suggest to all, put visiting Esperance on your Bucket ...
... not to stay there, as the machinery starts very early. We proceeded to other
beaches and did some walks before stopping the night at Cape LeGrand campground, again with a million flies and it was cold. So an early night inside watching movies.
Back to Esperance the next day and we did the tourist coastal drive, where we came across the most amazing beaches, the best ...
... wind picked up a lot during lunch so we went to have a look at some of the other bays. We saw the other campground at Cape Le Grand beach was full. The beach, although stunning, was not quite as breathtaking as Lucky Bay – perhaps because the sand wasn’t as pure white. The campsites there were a lot bigger, sheltered, bushy and more private though they didn’t have our million dollar view.
We stopped at Hellfire Bay which was ...