Travel Blogs from Torbay, Australia

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Giant trees and the most amazing beach!, Torbay, Australia travel blog

Giant trees and the most amazing beach!

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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We got up in the morning and tackled the cold outdoor showers as our hair was starting to get a little greasy. Needless to say the shower sucked but we were clean again and happy once we got back into dry clothes. Then with little to do we were off ...

next night... next beautiful spot, West Cape Howe National Park, Australia travel blog

next night... next beautiful spot

A travel blog entry by upandaway_gk


und diesmal haben wir es wirklich geschafft - direkt am Strand! Wieder über eine Allradstrecke zum Strand, sind wir die Nacht über fast alleine... nur der Mond, der Wind und das Meer (die paar anderen Touristen haben wir nicht gesehen...) ...

More interesting characters, Torbay, Australia travel blog

More interesting characters

A travel blog entry by macshane


We camped overnight here - the inlet and the beach are really pretty - did some bream fishing but they were all small, fun to catch but not keepers. Met some interesting characters living here and got to see bandicoot and lots of small birds.  Cara ...

Albany coastline, Torbay, Australia travel blog

Albany coastline

A travel blog entry by ackadventures


After 3 hours in the car it was time to stretch our legs. Just east of Walpol we stopped in at the famous Valley of the Giants. There we were 40 metres above the ground at the highest point along a suspended walkway amongst the treetops. The views were ...

Walpole to Cosy Corner via The Great Tingle Tree, Kronkup, Australia travel blog

Walpole to Cosy Corner via The Great Tingle Tree

A travel blog entry by cyclist123


... ! The Giant Tingle Tree, was in a Tingle Tree forest, which are prehistoric trees, dating back to before the era when Australia was joined to Antarctica, as a continent known as Gondwana (45 million years ago). Apparently a lot of granite rocks can be ...

Look around Albany - Day 240, Kronkup, Australia travel blog

Look around Albany - Day 240

A travel blog entry by rathyroadtrip


Drove 30 kms into Albany for a look around. Went to the Anzac Memorial and Museum and up to the War Memorial lookout, great spot with beautiful views over the town and King George Sound. Did a bit of shopping, drove around and had a look at the Marina, ...

Day 2 - HIdden Valley to Torbay Inlet, Torbay Inlet, Bibbulman Track, Australia travel blog

Day 2 - HIdden Valley to Torbay Inlet

A travel blog entry by capetribber


... get a takeaway pizzas from them. DAvid says - i am going into albany today, i will go to moutain designs and see what i can do for you about the stove. Next morning the highlight of the breakfast at Torbay Guesthouse - the home made strawberry jam - ...

Day 11 Friday 10th April., Kronkup, Australia travel blog

Day 11 Friday 10th April.

A travel blog entry by simpkinswatrip


... loves it here and the space. France is nothing like here. Even birds - there just aren't the birds in France. She is a civil engineer and was being paid better as a fruit picker here in Australia. Most of her uni friends have left France to work ...

Day-35 Redmond - Farm stay, Redmond, Australia travel blog

Day-35 Redmond - Farm stay

A travel blog entry by tessacat


Off today to explore Albany ..... First stop "The Gap" then climbed down to the Natural Bridge, pounded by ferocious waves, suspended by massive granite rocks. Huge boulders above our heads a very strange feeling, didn't want to hang around there long, ...

Day-33 Parry Beach to Shelley beach, Torbay, Australia travel blog

Day-33 Parry Beach to Shelley beach

A travel blog entry by tessacat


Stopped at Greens Pool a lovely swimming area, with lots of big rocks. We went for a swim, David dived from on top of the rocks, while I was just happy to sit there. A few little kids where taken out to the rock on their Dad's back, on ...

Stirling Range National Park, Torbay, Australia travel blog

Stirling Range National Park

A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid


... amazing sight. We parked at the parks main walk, Bluff Knoll. Bluff Knoll is the highest peak in the southern half of Western Australia at a height of 1,095m. The trail suggested it should take 3-4 hours as the distance was a 6km return. We set off at ...

Day 3: Margaret River - Augusta - Albany, Torbay, Australia travel blog

Day 3: Margaret River - Augusta - Albany

A travel blog entry by kellyandsteve88


Early start, birds chirping away, cows mooing in their nearby fields, and we have a nice icy bottled water shower to wake us up! Today's mission, to get to Albany, about a 5hour drive. We hit the road straight away, and stopped off at Augusta, pretty ...

A great place for tourists., Cosy Corner, Australia travel blog

A great place for tourists.

A travel blog entry by islandtraveller


... day down at Discovery Bay - Whale World, the Gap and the Natural Bridge.  Whale World was the last operational Whaling Station in Australia and most of it remains as it was. They have the Cheynes IV whale chaser boat here and you are able to explore ...

Day-34 Shelly Beach to Albany, Redmond, Australia travel blog

Day-34 Shelly Beach to Albany

A travel blog entry by tessacat


Work up with the waves crashing along the beach, a fantastic sound. Got up early and walked along the beach, when we came back we sat outside just admiring our excellent view to the beach. We watched the para gliders flying off the cliff, along the ...

Denmark and Cosy Corner, Kronkup, Australia travel blog

Denmark and Cosy Corner

A travel blog entry by rathyroadtrip


First to the Denmark Toffee and Cindery shop, then the Chocolate Shop,and all before morning tea. While at the Cidery we met our Canadian friends we met at Alexandra's Bridge and decided to link up again at cosy Corner Beach. We then had a look ...

Valley of the Giants, Torbay, Australia travel blog

Valley of the Giants

A travel blog entry by tophouse


Spent a magic night in the middle of nowhere last night, amongst some really tall trees and we were the only people there. We had a few reds and cheese by our camp fire, it was so peaceful. Today we drove through Walpole and Denmark. Denmark was a ...

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