Esperance Farmers


The Esperance Bay Historical Society have produced a range of historical information and reading material , in the form of brochures, journal/newsletter, books and publications of any, and every kind, to promote and advance the knowledge and enjoyment of the history in the Esperance district.

Since 1971 the society members have acquired a staggering amount of correspondence. In their quest to preserve history the society gathered records and documents such as photographs, newspapers, maps, books, art works, oral history and ephemera and similar resources, now, housed in the archives repository at the Esperance Museum.

The Esperance Bay Historical Society has a library and lends books to its members and museum volunteers.


Other publications for sale include:

Heritage Walk in the Park
Footprints in the Sand
Esperance Yesterday and Today
Guide to the Great Western Woodlands
Rotary club of Esperance 1962 – 2012
Nullabor Rumours
Nemesis (Murder in the Southern Seas)
Mallee Reflections

The Many faces of Merrivale
Pioneers and Early Settlers of Scadden 1910 – 1959
From small beginning big things grow
Esperance & Districts Street Names
Wildflowers of Esperance
Jetty Jottings
50 Years High School eunion 1966 -2016
Against the Odds


We welcome all unwanted books that can be sold in the Museum shop to help us to raise funds for the Society.


Contact EBHS at Museum front office (08) 9071 1579 or email:

Esperance Museum

The Esperance Museum. Corner of James and Dempster St, ESPERANCE WA 6450

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