Foreshore Apartments

Address: 81-89 Proudlove Pde, Albany, Western Australia, 6330, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81-89 Proudlove Pde, Albany, is near Whale World and HMAS Perth.
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        Peaceful Bay to Albany

        A travel blog entry by mboy on Oct 14, 2015

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        ... park around Emu Point. The water is clear and the beaches protected by rock breakwalls. It is very nice, cool but sunny walk. At Emu Point is a cafe and picnic area which opens onto a sandy white beach in clam waters. Further down is the marina and jetty. A very pretty place. Thee afternoon is cooling off quickly, the warm jackets are needed and puts puts on track pants, something that has not been needed for weeks. The cold forces us into the caravans on ...

        Mt Barker-Porongurup-Sterling Ranges

        A travel blog entry by billandtrish on Oct 09, 2015

        ... along the way. The picnic area was nice at the base of Bluff Knoll and the start of the walk...we weren't walking today!! We had lunch and enjoyed the views. Had a chat with some other who were staying at the caravan park in a cabin! They had climbed Castle Rock the day before and remembered Bill, and the lady in the dress and sandals! Home after a slow drive and tour around the Porongurups. Tuesday 12/10 We packed up and after a long chat with Lyn ...

        Wineries and national parks

        A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Sep 10, 2015

        ... the circuit with not much time to spare, especially after only realising my bike had gears about ten minutes before I was back. I caught the ferry back, staying on until Perth then met Paula, Julian and Daniel at the hostel. I quickly changed then we went for an Indian meal which was buffet style and pay by donation. We then went to a couple of different bars until closing. On our way out we noticed another group trying to do some stunts on the grass. To cut a long story short ...

        Albany W.A.

        A travel blog entry by bevan.hazelwood on Jul 16, 2015

        18 photos

        ... were these trees called Tingles. The Aborigines called them that because of there orange colour. They have a very shallow root system so you have to be careful. The base of the trees are quite large though as much as 40 metres around. There were a few trees that we could go into because they were hollow inside. we could have our pictures taken in them. There was another tree that had fallen and the colours of the inside were amazing so I took a couple pictures. It ...

        Day 9 Wednesday 8th April

        A travel blog entry by simpkinswatrip on Apr 08, 2015

        6 photos

        ... reminds us s bit of Hobart and a lot like Wilson's Prom physically. Giant boulders appear every now and then in front of shops or people's front yards. And I mean giant. Must stop and take a picture tomorrow. Camping tonight again and tomorrow here. We mucked around setting up our tarp over the tent until it was just right. If it rains as predicted... we're ...