Foreshore Apartments

Address: 81-89 Proudlove Parade, Albany, Western Australia, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 81-89 Proudlove Parade, Albany, is near Whale World and HMAS Perth.
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      Travel Blogs from Albany

      Ceduna and on west to Albany WA

      A travel blog entry by larry-jan on Mar 07, 2015

      28 photos

      ... stay for a week parked
      at Lucky beach camp ground just a few steps from the ocean.
      What a beautiful place but we do get
      some cloudy days. We have the last van parking area and it on a slope
      sideways and while Larry tries hard to get it flat in a very tight
      area , he backs over a stump in the grass and it puts a hole in our
      drinking water tank. I manage to collect most of the water in buckets
      but it means we will be using our drinking ...

      Albany

      A travel blog entry by tadzany on Feb 01, 2015

      8 photos

      ... out for a while to do this, and we both got a lot more out of this than we did out of the new centre. We went though old barracks and married quarters and mess halls which have been made into museums. The old Commanding Officer's house is one of the few buildings we didn't go into, because being the grandest, with the best view, it's now actually a function centre, but the others were full of information, still plenty to read, but with a lot more displays as well. One room had ...

      Day 37 - Albany, Anzac Hill, Treetop Walk

      A travel blog entry by fourdaws on Jan 14, 2015

      2 comments, 36 photos

      ... about the first and second waves of ships that left here for Gallipoli - about 50 ships carrying 30,000 men and hundreds of horses. We also had fun sitting on and working the big guns that were on display outside the Centre.

      The National Anzac Centre was fantastic - State of the art, it used interactive touch-screen technology to tell the whole story of WW1, Gallipoli and the Western Front, from start to finish, and showed actual movies of the ...

      More beautiful beaches...

      A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Dec 19, 2014

      4 photos

      ... time as we put up the annexe. And now that there is finally some grass on our site, Josh was able to set up his (early Christmas present) tent and 'move out', as he puts it! He assures me that he will be back at meal times. Phew!

      I consider myself something of a caravan park connoisseur now, and I have to say that I am very impressed with this one. It is only fairly small, but the amenities are really clean and nice ...

      The South Coast

      A travel blog entry by thestreetens on Nov 14, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... Besides family and farm memorabilia he had a magnificent collection of vintage cars and motorcycles. We arrived in Albany a week ago and have extended our stay twice. It is a beautiful town and reminds us a great deal of Toowoomba. We were a week late for the ANZAC centenary celebrations so pleased to miss the crowds but have been enormously impressed by the new National ANZAC Centre and the ANZAC Memorial. Besides a fabulous display of artefacts and information the ...