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Located 25 minutes' drive north of the town of Esperance on Western Australia's southern coast, Gibson is home to one of the few remaining examples of a true Australian country pub. Experience the great country atmosphere at the pub, which offers counter meals as well as restaurant food and bar snacks. Gibson also offers hotel and motel accommodation.

Gibson: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Lake Spencer (Pink Lake)

Pink Lake near Esperance on Western Australia's far southern coastline is a popular natural attraction.

Just a short drive from town, Pink Lake is a salt plain which unfortunately hasn't been pink for over 10 years. The pink colour of the lake was due to the high concentration of salt tolerant algae which was washed away by flooding.

For the best view and excellent photographs, take a walk to Pink Lake lookout.

Esperance is an eight hour drive from Perth or you can fly there around in two hours.

If you were wanting to see a pink lake, Lake Hillier, on Middle Island, can be seen from a scenic flight, and is very pink.

Pink Lake Drive
Esperance, WA, 6450

Located 22.2K from Gibson

Section Glass Gallery and Cafe

Experience 'The Art of Glass' and visit the Section Glass Gallery and Cafe five minutes from town.

Share the studio space of awarded glass artist Cindy Poole and gain an insight onto the unique and diverse techniques used to make contemporary kiln formed glass objects.

The gallery features an extensive range of unique glass artworks, designer glass jewellery, local gifts and sand filled glass souvenirs from the whitest beaches in Australia, eco-friendly clothing and accessories, unique handcrafted gifts for all occasions: wedding, birthday, housewarming and more, and corporate awards and trophies.

The adjoining studio space provides a snapshot of the varied applications of art glass and how sheets of glass are transformed through the diverse techniques of both warm and cold worked glass.

The cafe serves indulgent home made cakes and Australian grown and roasted coffee, as well as a great range of teas including herbal choices.

Small group bookings and individuals are welcome.

Please phone the numbers provided for any enquiries.

Lot 5,
Longbottom Lane
Esperance, WA, 6450

Located 22.9K from Gibson

Tanker Jetty

The Tanker Jetty, conveniently located on the town foreshore in the heart of Esperance has unfortunately been CLOSED due to it not being safe to walk on.

It is unsure whether it will be rebuilt or knocked down.

The picturesque old timber jetty is an Esperance icon, which has significant heritage value. It is a beautiful spot where you could pass the entire day enjoying a relaxing picnic lunch, taking a meander along the esplanade, finishing off with a nice refreshing swim. It is in easy walking distance to the town centre.

Esperance is a beautiful coastal town, which is a one and a half hour flight, or a eight hour drive south of Perth.

Fisheries Road
Esperance, WA, 6450

Located 24.7K from Gibson

Kepa Kurl Art Gallery

Kepa (water) kurl (boomerang) is the Aboriginal name for the town of Esperance, it means, "where the water lies like a boomerang".

Small yet beautiful, Esperance is situated on the south east coast of Western Australia and is also known as the 'Bay of Isles'.

Esperance is a destination for all seasons and supports a unique ecosystem, wide sandy beaches, spectacular and pristine coastlines and the panorama of offshore islands of the Recherche Archipelago are all part of its charm.

Key features includes vist or shop at an Aboriginal art gallery with authentic arts and crafts.

kepa kurl is a locally owned and operated Aboriginal Company.

Cnr Dempster and Kemp Street,
Esperance Museum Village
Esperance, WA, 6450

Located 25.0K from Gibson

Gibson: Travel Tips

Esperance Visitor Centre

The Esperance Visitor Centre is the first stop for travellers wanting helpful and accurate information about the Esperance region and the state of Western Australia.

Their helpful and friendly staff will share their extensive local knowledge of the area giving advice and booking tours, accommodation and bus travel to make your Esperance experience memorable.

The Visitor Centre also features a local product display, a large range of souvenirs and the Esperance souvenir gold coins.

The Esperance Visitor Centre is located within the Museum Village, with the Esperance Cafe within the village as well as galleries and small businesses.

Museum Village,
Corner of Dempster Street and Kemp Street
Esperance, WA, 6450

Located 25.0K from Gibson

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