"Stonehenge" in Esperance - and Wildflower Season!

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Stonehenge is one of many attractions not far from our holiday park, the world’s only full size replica, made of 2500 tonnes (2755 tons) of local pink granite, was created as a quirky attraction on a cattle property in 2011. So if you've never been to the original in the United Kingdom, stop in here.

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Wildflowers of the Esperance Region

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Cape Le Grand National Park – 56kms East of Esperance, $12.00 entry fee per car/$6.00 per car for concession holders, all sealed roads, plenty of walk trails, camping fees apply.

Stokes National Park – approx 80kms West of Esperance on the Ravensthorpe Rd, Heritage Trail allow 1.5 hours return – 4.3kms easy walk, $21.00 entry fee per car/$6 per car for concession holders, camping fees apply.

Peak Charles National Park -  100kms inland from Stokes. There are many unusual rock formations, and numerous species of orchids grow on the slopes.

Orleans Bay and Wharton beach area.  A local’s favourite for wildflower spotting. 80kms East off Fisheries or Merivale Road, past the Cape Le Grand National Park. Caravan Park located on the beach.  Superb place for wildflowers.

Mount Ridley – 1 hour north of Esperance.  Dempster Road (off Fisheries Road). Gravel pits alongside of road are full of wildflowers.  Mount Ridley has picnic areas, and our own wave rock. 4wd in winter months required.

 THE BEST WAY TO SEE THE WILDFLOWERS IS TO PARK YOUR CAR AND EXPLORE ON FOOT!!

For more detailed information on The Wildflowers of Esperance, please visit esperancewildflowers.blogspot.com