My A to Z Blogging Challenge

Alphabetical inspiration and motivation for bloggers

A – Z of Australia – E is for Esperance

French explorers are credited with being the first to come on land in 1792, in Southern Western Australia, in the town that was then named after a French ship – Espérance – or Hope. Esperance, is located 750km south east of Perth.

The town lives from tourism, fishing and agriculture. When we first went there in 2009 I actually thought it far from touristy although we went at Easter time. 

It certainly was totally different from the way I pictured it would be; i.e. like most beach towns in Europe for example, full of tourists, loads of shops and restaurants along    the coast…

Click on this link to read more about Esperance and leave a comment if you wish.

http://sami-colourfulworld.blogspot.com/2012/01/to-z-of-australia-e-is-for-esperance.html

About Julie Dawn Fox

I'm Julie, a British expat in Portugal with a passion for travel, writing and photography. My blog, Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal, is a way of sharing what I learn about the food, art, culture and unusual highlights of Portugal. You'll find honest opinions, helpful tips and ideas for travelling and living in Portugal. If you need a native English speaker to help you create or translate content for your website, articles or other documents, please email me or visit www.juliedawnfoxwriter.com.

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