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Esperance is a seaside holiday town a mere 700km from Perth, famous for its white beaches, nearby National Parks and the 'Bay of Isles'
The Shire has over 400km of coastline and over 100 nearby islands, all A-class nature reserves.
West Beach, Second Beach, Blue Haven Beach, Fourth Beach, Salmon Beach, Twilight Cove, Nine Mile Beach, Ten Mile Lagoon and Eleven Mile Beach.
Follow the 38 km Great Ocean Drive and see why Esperance boasts the best beaches and coastal scenery in Australia.
The visual surprise of Pink Lake.
On sunny days when conditions are right,
high concentrations of pink algae colour the water like a virgin's blush.
Milllions of years ago the ocean carved a great tunnel thru Frenchmans Peak.
267 metres and a one hour climb for the fit.
Can you see the three people standing on the top?
Scientific experts have determined the second whitest beach in Australia is Hellfire Bay at Cape Le Grand National Park.
Australia's whitest beach is less than 10 kms away at Lucky Bay.
Wild coastal scenery, rugged granite peaks over 2500 million years old and sweeping heathlands characterise Cape Le Grand National Park.
Popular features in the Park include attractive bays with wide sandy beaches set between rocky headlands.
Woody Island, a small nature reserve, 15 kilometres from Esperance in the Recherche Archipelago.