Beach House at Bayside

33 Barry Court, Bayside Links, Albany, Western Australia, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 33 Barry Court, Bayside Links, Albany, is near Whale World and HMAS Perth.
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    Travel Blogs from Albany

    Day 125

    A travel blog entry by feyles on Oct 04, 2014

    4 photos

    ... wonderful ANZAC Memorial that looks out over the city. There is an avenue of trees dedicated to service men on the drive to the memorial. They are finishing off buildings at Mt Adelaide in time for the 100 year celebrations on the 1 November 2014 to commemorate the departure of thousands of Australian & New Zealand troops to the WW1. Albany was the last site of Australia for many. They also have a Peace Park on the foreshore. A credit to the community of ...

    Albany and Little Beach

    A travel blog entry by barbrob on Oct 04, 2014

    12 photos

    ... 1914 and 31.12.1914. This was their last view of the Australian shore. There was also a Lone Pine tree which was a seed or graft of the original Lone Pine tree in Gallipoli. When the Australian Troops landed in Gallipoli in 1915, they saw a stunted pine tree growing. The soldiers called it Lone Pine. 2 soldiers recovered pine cones when the tree was blasted by gun fire and brought them back home (no quarantine in those times). 6 trees were grown from these seeds. Fantastic ...

    [Day 86] Happy Birthday to you, happy birthday....

    A travel blog entry by bewing on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... was raining as there was plenty of water going over when we were there.

    Even after getting a little lost we managed to find our way through some really pretty countryside full of vineyards and avocado plantations, to the Diamond Tree. Of course it was raining and we must have looked quite stupid standing around the base of the tree looking up with our umbrellas. Matthew stayed in the car (sensible boy) but the rest of us all climbed six ...

    Road trip recap!

    A travel blog entry by tripswithnorman on Aug 01, 2014

    ... to rethink the idea (the distance from Plymouth to Edinburgh then a bit more). We headed for the nearest sign of civilisation (a burger chain) and stopped for the night. 500km the next day and we reached Margaret River, which wouldn't have looked out of place in the English countryside; rolling hills, thousands of cows, rivers and woodland campsites. The only difference was the winery around every corner and the gourmet cheese and chocolate shops ...

    Easter Monday

    A travel blog entry by naomid on Apr 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... stunning and completely contradictory to it's name with a steep rockface on one side and a fantastic view of the Sound (where a whale had been spotted only that morning). After a quick sunbathe watching a fisherman catch a seagull we retreated to the Holiday Park, a short stop at Emu Point not really worth it's while though i did get some reasonable pictures of a Pelican.
    Dinner was at Rats restaurant where we had some lovely ...