Esperance Art Trail

Esperance JettyEsperance Art Trail was launched on the 30thSeptember 2007 to provide a link between local Esperance artists and people visiting and living in the Esperance region.

Esperance's European history began in 1627 when a Dutch vessel passed through the Archipelago but did not land in the area. Since then the region has been acclaimed as home to "Australia's Whitest Beaches" and a place that is blessed with a number and variety of national parks matched by no other in a single region.

Esperance town has a thriving centre with an historic Tanker Jetty that draws people with its natural beauty and charm. Usually frequented by local sea lions to take advantage of fishing scraps or laze on the beach, it is an icon of the relaxed and casual lifestyle found in Esperance.

It is this lifestyle and relaxed attitude that has made Esperance artists 'one of a kind'. Their use of colours, texture and content is inspired by the unique landscape of Esperance. The variety and high standard of artists found in Esperance is showcased here in the Esperance Art Trail.

Enjoy a relaxing day or two driving around Esperance visiting the artists' galleries and studios. Please contact the artists for a private viewing as they are excited about showing off their work to you. It is definitely worth a look!

Art Trail Artists & Galleries


Thanks to Our Sponsors

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Esperance Community arts receives core funding from Country Ats WA; who receives core funding from the State Government
through the Department of Cuture and the Arts in association with Lotterywest.