Esperance Must-See Events over coming weeks

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Night at the Museum

night at the museum

Calling all budding Archaeologists

Come along to the Esperance Museum and learn about real Romans with Guy de la Bedoyere Time Team’s Roman Historian.

Take part in an Archaeological Dig. Construct a Roman Weapon.

Learn amazing facts about real Romans.

5pm start time - Approx 1.5 hours

For ages 6+. Parental supervision required.

$5 entry (includes light refreshments).

Limited places – Bookings essential at the Esperance Library.

Ph: 9083 1500  



Upcoming events at the Esperance Civic Centre

We’ve got some exciting shows coming up at the Civic Centre. During the March long weekend come along to enjoy a collection of local Esperance Musicians as we listen to the music that inspired these amazing musicians (as well as a few of their personal favourites!) For the Love of Music is on Saturday 3 March from 7.30pm.


Also, on the long weekend is ‘A Boy Named Cash’ Johnny Cash Tribute Show One Man Band starring Monty Cotton. It’s on Sunday 4 March from 7pm.

a boy named cash

Then, on the following Sunday at 7.30pm, join us for “Sun Rising- The Songs That Made Memphis.” For more information, or to book tickets, visit the Shire’s website or pop into the Library, Administration Building or Visitor Centre.





Esperance Cup Day

Esperance cup day

The Esperance Cup Day is the culmination of the racing season in Esperance and is always held on the long weekend in March.

The Cup is run over 2000m and has grown over the years to now have $70,000 in prize money on offer.

The Cup day also boasts 2 races with prize money of $20,000 and other support races to make a great day of racing to witness.

Esperance Cup Day Activities

Not only is there action on the turf, but it’s also Ladies Day, which includes the ‘Fashions on the Field’ competition.

Kids are also looked after with activities and playground available for them to enjoy.

Cup day is the Esperance social event of the year for all the family, so be sure not to miss the fun and excitement.