Located on the beachfront with spectacular views across the bay, this budget motel in Esperance will provide the ultimate relaxing holiday. A short stroll to the jetty, shop, cafes, restaurants and sporting facilities, it will suit all sorts of holidaymakers.
The accommodation at the resort consists of 1-bedroom self-contained chalets, which can accommodate up to 4 guests. All chalets come fully equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning, televisions and DVD players, electric blankets, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, and WiFi.
The Esperance Beachfront Resort offers a secluded garden and onsite playground (great for tiring the kids out while you take a break), barbeque and outdoor area, and a guest laundry.
This accommodation in Esperance also has an onsite restaurant if you don’t feel like cooking – Ocean Blues is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With a variety of items on the menu, seafood is the hero – from oysters and scallops to prawns and locally caught fish.
When staying at the resort, we encourage you to also explore the surrounding area –Munglinup, Coomalbidgup, Dalyup, Gibson, Scaddan, Grass Patch, Codingup, Boyatup, Myrup, Monjingup, Windabout and more.
The good news is that there are plenty of attractions and things to do in the greater Esperance area, ensuring that your stay at the Esperance Beachfront Resort will be as enjoyable as possible.
Being located right on the coast, you cannot visit Esperance without checking out at least one of the amazing beaches in the area. Some of the more popular ones include Quagi Beach, Munglinup Beach, Le Grand Beach, Hellfire Bay, West Beach, Salmon Beach, Thistle Cove, Blue Haven, Twilight Beach and Lucky Bay. If you’re into surfing West Beach, Fourth Beach and Observatory Beach offer some of the best waves. Kite surfing and wind surfing are also popular pastimes.
If the beach isn’t really your thing, there are plenty of other natural attractions in the area to explore. Check out one of the nearby national parks, which are filled with walking trails and wildlife – Cape Le Grand National Park, Stokes National Park or Cape Astrid National Park. If you don’t want to travel as far afield, head to Woody Island, Lake Monjingup, Pink Lake, Lake Hillier or Mount Ridley. The Great Ocean Drive is a 38km scenic drive that follows the coastline.
Learn more about the history and culture of Esperance by checking out one of the heritage or artistic attractions. In particular, we recommend the Historic Museum Village (a collection of small historic buildings from around town), Municipal Museum (home to pieces of the “Skylab” American Space Station), the Old Tanker Jetty, Cannery Arts Centre, Dempster Homestead (viewed from the road only), and the Bijou Theatre (the oldest in Western Australia).
When travelling with the family, keeping the kids amused is often a priority. The good news is that Esperance is a fantastic family friendly holiday destination. In particular, we recommend the Bird and Animal Park (get up close and personal with the wildlife), Adventureland Park (with a climbing whale, maze and playground), Miniature Railway, Esperance Mini Golf, New Jetty Park, Elto’s Inflatable Water Park (on the foreshore during the summer), and the skate park.
If you are the kind of person who likes to stay active, even whilst on holiday, you will be able to take advantage of the town’s many sporting facilities. Hire a bicycle and take in the sites this way – the 15km track from Castletown to Twilight is worth the trip. Play a round at the Esperance Golf Club or Pink Lake Country Club. Or play a few games at the Esperance Tennis Club (social games can be booked on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday).
Many visitors to Esperance enjoy checking out the Museum Village Markets, held every second Sunday throughout the year. There are a variety of stalls to browse, including arts, crafts and produce (jams, honeys, fresh fruit and vegetables, ice cream and so on). The Esperance and Districts Agricultural Show, held in October, is also popular. From stalls and animals to machinery and sideshow alley, there is something for visitors of all ages.