Foreshore Apartments

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

    Road trip recap!

    A travel blog entry by tripswithnorman on Aug 01, 2014

    ... of day, will no doubt make an appearance at some point in my life.
    The roads heading north were now reminiscent of a Top Gear special. The communities are too far apart for anyone to commute so the only vehicles on the road (50 a day max) were some type of new 4x4 towing a caravan. We even saw 1 or 2 of the coaches that carry the cars inside them. The caravans were a nightmare; annoying at the best of times, towing vehicles in WA are subject to ...

    Another Day In Albany With Less Wind

    A travel blog entry by oberon on Jun 27, 2014

    ... back up to the Anzac Memorial at Mount Clarence this time to see the view in a little more daylight, amazing although still overcast, looking out to the Harbour and the Sound, and around to Middleton Beach. At one of the lookouts along Marine Drive Emma and Megan were convinced they saw whales but not so sure!!! Emu Point we saw the locally famous seal statue, Sam the Seal. Sam apparently was quite a character and for years came in with the fishermen to get ...

    Limping from Albany to Perth

    A travel blog entry by nullarbor2014 on May 04, 2014

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    ... would've housed hundreds of thousands of litres of whale oil. It was incredibly interesting and humbling at the same time.
    Sat-Nav took us on the wrong route again, but we were soon on our way to Perth. We had to really nurse the beast with her bad tyres, as well as worrying about the roos - in fact, we saw more dead roos 100ks out of Perth than we had all trip. Because we had left Albany so late, we were coming into Perth at about 7:30pm. It was a ...

    The Capsicum Bandits - Part III

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jan 01, 2014

    22 photos

    ... of the tour, two bogan fisherman who had run out of petrol for their motor and were furiously paddling against the current toward shore. Fortunately they had the sense to bring oars, but other than that they seemed pretty well unprepared.


    Thus began the dramatic rescue on the high seas, where our tourist boat threw a two rope to the stranded fisherman in their very small wooden watercraft and then pulled them to a buoy. They were instructed to moor at the buoy ...

    Walpole to Cosy Corner via The Great Tingle Tree

    A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Nov 25, 2013

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    ... next door for some food. As I would only have another fifteen for twenty miles to ride to the campsite, I picked up a few heavier tins of food for my evening meal. The rest of the ride continued in the same way as the earlier part of the day - lovely weather and interesting things to see. I even picked an orange from a tree at the side of the road! Towards the campsite, the traffic virtually disappeared, and it was well sign posted making things nice and easy. ...