Country Manor Inn

369 Albany Highway, Albany, Western Australia, 6330, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 369 Albany Highway, Albany, is near Whale World and HMAS Perth.
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Travel Blogs from Albany

Long Black & Flat White: Road Warriors

A travel blog entry by georgegoode on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... our hostel and then got ourselves into town to check out the Albany nightlife. We started at a pub called Premier Hotel, which promised soul music. That was definitely not the case! It was a remarkably soulless pub, playing muzak rather than any particular genre of music that was recognisable. It was like having a drink in a lift. It's saving grace was that when we arrived Happy Hour had just started, so we thought we should take advantage of ...

Albany Whaling Station

A travel blog entry by oberon on Jun 26, 2014

... of this whaling station the Cheynes. Their collection of whale skeletons was just amazing, they really are enormous creatures, especially the Blue Whale and the Humpback. On the way back we drove around to a point in the Princess Royal Harbour where you could see the shipwreck of another whale chaser ship the Cheyne 2 which broke from its mooring and ran aground. A drive past the Brig Amity, the replica of the ship that brought the first settlers and ...

Day 9 - Esperance to Albany

A travel blog entry by beckamigos3 on May 12, 2014

16 photos

Today we all woke up at the same time thinking were the heck is for breaky. I had porridge Dad and Grandpa both had toast. We got on the road and went back to the tank to learn more about it from a plaque. We found other things to so we took a picture of them. When we were driving all you could really see was wheat in massive paddocks or stowed in silos. We got to Albany and climbed the 110 stairs and ramps ...

ALBANY – and its effect on the “HUMAN

A travel blog entry by c-in-oz on Mar 20, 2014

... the side of this tree caravan while the bloke was up in the cherry picker with a very loud chain saw buzzing away.

Then I saw a tree limb crashing down and thought she was going to be collected by the falling limb. Luckily it landed just in front of her. She didn’t break stride but stepped around the
fallen limb walking directly under the raised cherry picker as if nothing had happened. She only had eyes for her caravan. If I hadn’t seen it, I wouldn’t ...

The Capsicum Bandits - Part III

A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jan 01, 2014

22 photos

... you would be quite lucky to spot most of the native Australian wildlife species even if you were specifically out looking for them; the great majority of mammals range from small to tiny and are nocturnal. But at the zoo you can have a field day with quokkas and quolls, potoroos and phascogales, narbaleks and numbats, echidnas and quendas, wombats, woylies, and wallabies (these are all real things, I didn’t make up the names I promise)!

On Sunday we ...