Taking its name from the local Aboriginal term for Esperance (‘kepa’ means water and ‘kurl’, boomerang – put together, it translates as ‘where the water lies like a boomerang’), Kepa Kurl runs an Aboriginal art gallery in Esperance’s historic Museum Village, selling the work of local artists as well as that of South Australian artists.

The spacious gallery is a great way to introduce kids to Aboriginal art. The paintings come with a certificate of authenticity.

The Museum Village is housed in a collection of buildings dating back to the 1800s, with the art gallery occupying the old courthouse.

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