Esperance Island View Apartments

14 - 15 The Esplanade, Esperance, Western Australia, 6450, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14 - 15 The Esplanade, Esperance, is near Geikie Gorge National Park and Cape Le Grande National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Esperance

    Southern Goldfields

    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Sep 25, 2014

    5 comments, 21 photos

    It's Wednesday 17 September and as a run-up to the Kalgoorlie cup it is lady’s day. Kalgoorlie cup is horse-racing for those that like us, are clueless about what that means. Lady’s day means that there are some races actually happening, but also that there is a fashion show and all the ladies in attendance show off their Sunday best. …

    Day 130

    A travel blog entry by feyles on Oct 09, 2014

    Esperance was the destination today. Set up camp at the "Yabbie Farm". It is a rural residential lot that have basic bush camp sites around the property. Checked out the water front in Esperance then some shopping. Camp fire with Deb & Bill, Gold Coast (originally from Blackall) & Keith & Pat, Perth. Great social ...

    Castle Rock and a Long Drive

    A travel blog entry by mmpcoughlin on Sep 25, 2014

    19 photos

    ... walk and then to drive around 500 kilometres to Esperance, an ambitious plan.

    We found the Castle Rock carpark in the Porongurup National Park without too much difficulty. When reading the walk information we began to start thinking this might be quite a challenge.
    The walk was a 4.4 kilometre return walk, the last 100 metres involved scrambling over granite boulders and then negotiating a 7 metre ladder. The estimated return time was 2 hours.


    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Sep 22, 2014

    11 comments, 22 photos

    Back to Western Australia: after our extensive exploration of the Red Centre, we decide to head back to WA. In the 6 years we have been living in Perth we haven't visited the Goldfields, and that’s still on our 'to-see’ list. So after our last visit to Uluru (the sunrise view), we direct our car to the west. Past Kata Tjuta starts the Great Central Road, a dirt road only 1,000km long connecting the Red Centre to the start of civilisation in WA, at a town ...


    A travel blog entry by mortfamily5 on Sep 21, 2014

    6 photos

    We left Albany at about 730am and filled up with fuel and hit the road. The guy running the servo was from Kilsyth small world again. The snakes were out today, while driving on the highway I saw two snakes and managed to avoid both of them with my 8 wheels. On the way there was a small town celebrating the wild flowers season and there was some old cars on show as well as arts and crafts from the town. There were also a few lizards out sun baking on the ...