Esperance Pink Lake Tourist Park
Whether it’s a place to stay near the beach, close to Pink Lake or Esperance’s stunning foreshore, Pink Lake Tourist Park is ideal. Located a short drive from all three, guests love this park’s easy proximity to Esperance town centre, a wide range of stunning national parks, natural attractions and beach bays that are regularly included in global best-of lists.
Explore Great Ocean Drive and the stunning Cape Le Grand National Park or simply venture to the town centre and the recently redeveloped Esperance foreshore area.
Pink Lake Tourist Park has accommodation to suit a wide range of travellers with spacious powered sites and self-contained cabins on extensive lawned areas among mature shady trees.
Budget Cabins can sleep up to 6, and come with their own fridge, small oven/hotplate, microwave and cutlery. Family Ensuite Cabins come with everything including linen and towels. There is a fridge/freezer, oven/hotplate, microwave and TV.
One and Two-Bedroom Villas are ideal for growing families who want a slice of comfort on holiday. These come with fully functioning kitchens, separate living areas and modern ensuite bathrooms. The Two Bedroom Apartment is like a home away from home. With two separate bedrooms, a lounge and dining area, there is also a small private garden and is ideal for a completely self-contained family holiday.
Powered sites are grassed for caravans, camper trailers and motorhomes, and feature fresh water and loads of space for your van, annex or car. All sites are within a short walk to one of our three amenities blocks, BBQ’s and camp kitchen with gas hot plates, fridge, oven and TV. Unpowered sites are also grassed and allow plenty of space between you and your neighbour.
INSIDE THE PARK
Facilities inside Pink Lake Tourist Park are designed for the comfort and convenience of all guests visiting the Esperance region. Priding itself on offering larger than average camping and powered sites, the leafy green atmosphere inside the park always makes for a relaxed and friendly holiday experience.
For use by all guests are 3 sheltered BBQ areas, a jumping pillow, and a Camp Kitchen with its own TV, gas hot plate, oven and fridge. There is a children’s playground, a convenient laundry facility and three amenities blocks that are always well-maintained.
The park has its own kiosk for general purchases including LPG gas refills, snacks and groceries., and there is free WiFi available throughout the park.
Pink Lake Tourist Park allows small dogs and pets in your caravan or tent, although approval remains at the Manager’s discretion.
THINGS TO DO IN PINK LAKES, ESPERANCE
The beautiful coastal area around Esperance has so much to offer visitors. The Esperance foreshore development includes meandering footpaths, a kids playground, new skate park, exercise equipment, barbecue areas, bike racks, public shelters, modern toilet block and public art.
The Esperance Visitor Centre is also centrally located for all visitors so you can find out everything that is happening in Esperance. There is a fascinating Historic Museum Village with a collection of historical buildings with house art, craft and design shops and a café.
One of WA’s outstanding regional museums is the Municipal Museum. Do not miss the stunning Great Ocean Scenic Drive which is a 38km scenic loop that follows the local coastline. Why not visit Mermaid Leather, Australia's only specialist fish and shark leather tannery.
Take a short drive east to the Esperance Stonehenge, a full-size replica of the original. Also not to be missed is a visit to Cape Le Grand National Park, Stokes National Park and Cape Arid National Park.
Esperance is also famous for its beaches, regularly popping up on lists of the world’s most beautiful.
GETTING TO PINKS LAKES TOURIST PARK
If you are coming from Esperance town centre, head south on Dempster Street until you reach Pink Lake Road. Turn right onto Pink Lake Road and continue for about 9 kilometres. You will see signs for the Pink Lake Tourist Park on your left-hand side.