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Lucky Bay in Esperance, Australia

If you’re heading on a road-trip through Western Australia, consider a campervan or motorhome rental with VroomVroomVroom. We can help you compare deals from Australia’s top RV providers, and save you money on your accommodation and transportation. We do not charge any hidden fees, making it easy for you to get on the road and visit Esperance.

Visit beautiful Esperance with your reliable camper rental at hand

Esperance is a coastal paradise located in a remote corner of Western Australia. The incredible beauty and interesting history is well-worth the nine hour drive from Perth. See the beautiful lakes and beaches with views to untouched islands. Watch whales swimming in the turquoise waters, and explore Australia’s whitest beach at the Cape Le Grand National Park.

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Top campervan and motorhome campsites in Esperance

Pine Grove Holiday Park is located at 817 Harbour Road. Accommodation on offer includes chalets, cabins, ensuite sites and both powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites. Facilities include a swimming pool, playground, recreation room, camp kitchen and barbecue and laundry.

Munglinup Beach Holiday Park lies at Munglingup Beach Road about three kilometres from Munglinup Beach and about 120 kilometres to the west of Esperence. The park is pet friendly and has power generating wind turbine. Its campsite facilities include a camp kitchen, barbecue facilities, and laundry. Accommodation includes cottages and cabins and both powered and unpowered sites.

Pink Lake Tourist Park can be found at 113 Pink Lake Road, just two kilometres from central Esperance and has easy access to popular local beaches. Pets are welcome in the park and children will enjoy the camp playground. Its facilities include camp kitchen, barbecue facilities, communal kitchen, laundry, playground, and free WiFi. Accommodation includes budget cabins, cabins with ensuite, villas and apartments.

Top attractions in Esperance

Archipelago of the Recherche or the Bay of Isles is a group of 105 islands off the south coast of Esperance. The islands are surrounded by turquoise water and there are magnificent views and abundant wildlife. It is a popular venue for bird watching, bush walking, camping, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and whale watching.

Esperance Museum sits at the corner of Dempster and James Streets, and houses a number of historical items from the 1800s through to the present with a focus on farm machinery, history and maritime. Popular displays include some memorabilia from the NASA Skylab, photographs, a locomotive engine and a lifeboat from the historical Sanko Harvest wreck which is now a well regarded, though advanced, dive site.

Lucky Bay is nestled within Cape Le Grand along Lucky Bay Road, and is hailed as one of Australia’s best beaches. Enjoy swimming in the turquoise waters, walking on the pure white sand, solar-heated showers, and delightful picnic areas. Bird watching, bush walking, camping, fishing, swimming and whale watching are also popular.

Twilight Bay can be found along the Twilight Beach Road in Esperance. The site features beautiful granite cliffs, white sand and clear turquoise water. Fishing, snorkeling and swimming are popular activities in Twilight Bay.

Observatory Point and Lookout is reachable via the Twilight Beach Road. The site has several beautiful walking trails (especially during wildflower season) and views of the Cape Le Grand National Park. If you are lucky, you may be able to see whales swimming nearby. Bird watching is also popular at Observatory Point.