Panorama Caravan Park & Cottages

Address: 106 Frenchman Bay Rd., Albany, Western Australia, 6330, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on 106 Frenchman Bay Rd., Albany, is near Whale World.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPanorama Caravan Park & Cottages Albany

Reviewed by macshane


Reviewed Mar 10, 2014
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

Stunning views from this inlet fronting park - woke up to dawn chorus of magpies and totally still waterfront and sun rising - stunning.

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Reviewed by kathandsheila


Reviewed Mar 10, 2011
by (16 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Loved this unpowered spot right on the inlet with night views of Albany lights. Quiet, spacious. caretaker very friendly and helpful. wish we had discovered it last time.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Panorama Caravan Park & Cottages Albany

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Albany

Day 18 - Denmark to (near) Albany, 65km

A travel blog entry by catsilversun on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

Left the Rivermouth Caravan Park to follow the Heritage Trail which shadows the shore of the Wilson Inlet. Easy riding on compacted trails.

At the end of the Heritage Trail near Hay River I followed the South Coast Highway, as I had previously ridden the more circuitous route of the MBT.

From Young's Siding I then followed the …

Waterfront Heaven

A travel blog entry by macshane on Mar 10, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

Mikki is in heaven - crabbing, spotlighting, crabbing, looking for cobbler, fishing, did I mention dawn crabbing?
The girls learnt why I no longer crab with their father - they bravely followed him out into the calm shallows wearing thongs and in no time their father was miles ahead of them in search of the crabs - they happily tried to catch …

The Capsicum Bandits - Part III

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jan 01, 2014

22 photos

... is December to January. At this time all the adults come to shore, molt, and sit on their nests. Since they are molting (changing out their old feathers for an upgraded model), they are not waterproof and cannot swim. They hide in the rock crevices and recesses and are actually incredibly difficult to spot. We spent about an hour looking for them and found a total of three, one of which hopped away too quickly to be photographed. They are quite cute little birds, and they ...

Day Eleven: Albany to Esperance

A travel blog entry by annechovy on Nov 23, 2013

12 photos

We packed up our tent for the final time and left around 8am. The road to Esperance is full of high topped peaks, kangaroo paw and ...well... Road! It got flat and boring pretty quickly so I enjoyed my book whilst our second DVD player decided to poop itself. We got into Esperance and first things first got on the miniature train and went for a ...

Day 3 - Busselton to Albany

A travel blog entry by jayt on Sep 22, 2013

3 photos

... caves anymore due to human interference of the water table and a drier climate so the structures are not growing or being maintained. Drove down the coast past many Margaret River wineries, breweries and cideries. Stopped at one for Gary to do some beer tasting. He tried 5 beers and wanted to purchase 2 of his favourites, but one dark one, 7% alcohol, was not bottled. Settled for his next 2 favourites to share with Roger and Terry. The vineyard was very busy with alcohol and food ...

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