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This Museum is manned by a group of dedicated volunteers who share their passion for the history of the ares. It shows artefacts from the development of the area as well as a very informative display of the Sky Lab remains found near Esperance. There...More
Sometimes you think what's the point? Seen one seen them all. That does not fit for this museum. The people who look after it love it and you can feel it. The displays are interesting and cover a myriad of ages, times and walks of...More
My daughter & I spent an entire afternoon meandering through this place. It was informative, well kept & maintained, manned by enthusiastic volunteers who display an obvious respect for history & value their museum.
I have been to a few museums in my time but...More
We thought this was a fantastic museum in a very remote part of Australia, and it was a great way of spending a very wet afternoon in the middle of a spell of extremely unseasonal cold and rainy weather.
I think the thing we most...More
What a pleasant surprise. This museum is manned by fabulous volunteers. There is a huge variety of artefacts depicting the local area. As my husband and I enjoy history, we easily spent two hours walking around.
How often do you see a full size locomotive, a real fishing boat, some sand picked up from Gallipoli beach in 1915, bits from Skylab space station, a 1927 Chevrolet, a collection of mango pips that look like faces, a wedding dress from the 1800's,...More
The Esperance museum is staffed by very friendly and interesting volunteers. It offers a cafe as well as an astounding collection of Esperance history and pre-history. Well worth a visit. It also ahs a selection of books for sale.