Country Manor Inn

Address: 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

Albany II - Torndirrup and the Lavender Cottage

A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 30, 2014

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... that we drove along the bay road and through Torndirrup to see Whale World, which was the last operational whaling station in Australia. It's now a historical site and museum dedicated to whale preservation, and it came highly recommended.

Things didn't start off well; the cafe closed at three so we arrived 30min too late, and the last guided tour was half over. The service staff were really snippy as well which kinda put us off as soon as we got there. We ...

Albany We are Here

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Oct 29, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... the maximum. Looking into the Sound you are able to imagine the Convoy of Ships leaving Australia, the last sight of Aussie shores these lads saw. To aid the imagination of looking into the Sound and 'seeing' the First or Second contingent of ships there is a Tablet Computer. A ruddy heavy one we have to say. You point the Tablet Camera (at the back of the Tablet) towards the sound and the Superimposition of one of the ANZAC convoy, or more, is brought ...

Albany

A travel blog entry by thehardys on Oct 29, 2014

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... the whale into saleable goods, quite interesting. Lots on display, pictures, harpoons, one of the last boats is there to go through and lots of whale skeletons. The size of these mammals are just massive. I wouldn't like to meet one up close. After this we went to the Blowholes. This is a 800m walk down the cliff side to a section of rock that has a blowhole in it. It is not a very large crack in the rocks but the noise that it makes when a wave crashes underneath is very loud. It's ...

[Day 88] Harpoons away.......

A travel blog entry by bewing on Sep 23, 2014

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... stomach somewhat (Lyn wasn't at all impressed) There's an interesting mix of interactive and static displays, lots of old photos and heaps of rusty bits of equipment but all the same I think I have a new perspective on whaling now.

Is it really any different to any other meatworks? The only difference is that whales aren't farmed...Hmmm, controversial maybe? Who knows...

Lunch in the cafe at the whale ...

At the bottom of WA

A travel blog entry by mortfamily5 on Sep 18, 2014

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... building and in there was a massive 22m long blue whale skeleton. This blue whale beached it's self in 1974 nearby and because the whaling station was there they were able to drag the whale back to the station and tend to it. They buried the bones for 4 years before exhuming them and assembling the skeleton. To say it was massive is an understatement. Here are a couple stats when alive it had 15,000 litres of blood and it's heart was as big as a Mazda 323 car! We ...