I'm an armature writer based in the South West region of Western Australia
Published December 10th 2016
Good Esperance accommodation
Bathers Paradise, located on Westmacott street, is just a five-minute walk from the beachfront and a small agglomeration of shops, including IGA.
Whilst the park doesn't have much to offer entertainment wise. The showers are great quality, the beds are clean and super comfortable, the linen only costs $10 per bed and there is a lot of spare space for cars.
The largest cabin offered at the Park fits six people, whilst the smallest accommodates two. Unlike the larger cabins private showers and toilets are not included in the two person cabin but the communal toilets are a tolerable compensation.
The park doesn't have much in the way of rules except for the obvious low-speed limits and a 10pm curfew after which noise is expected to be kept to a minimum so that other campers can receive a good night's sleep. Animals are allowed on site and something unique about the cabin is the 'book exchange' which is set-up in the communal kitchen.
If heading down to Esperance, consider Bathers Paradise as its centrality makes it a convenient place to stay.