Arts and Events in Goldfields – Esperance

Country Arts WA acknowledges the Aboriginal people of the Goldfields-Esperance region as the traditional custodians. We are thankful to be on this country and acknowledge the Elders past, present and emerging. We respect and celebrate the continuing contribution of Aboriginal Australians to culture and the arts.

Goldfields-Esperance is WA’s largest region, taking up just a little less than one-third of the entire state. A strong sense of community runs through the region’s 62,000-or-so inhabitants who live mainly in the cities of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Esperance.



Love public art and don’t mind a walk? Thanks to the Heartwalk Project presented by Artgold the Kalgoorlie-Boulder CBD is now covered with more than 60 gorgeous murals painted by local and visiting artists!

Esperance Art & Culture Trail

Esperance Community Arts has an incredible self-guided tour of more than 100 of Esperance’s top Arts & Culture destinations. The trail focuses on representing a huge diversity of different artforms – so there’s something for everyone!

Arts and Events from Goldfields – Esperance

Regional Freecall


Country Arts WA receives core funding from the State Government through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest.