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

Albany II - Torndirrup and the Lavender Cottage

A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 30, 2014

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... as well, so the bands of pink and purple that were starting to emerge between the clouds just took it to a whole other level. I felt like John Carter of Mars.

We ran around from one viewing area to the other grinning like idiots and taking tons of pictures. It was awesome.

We drove home feeling elated, taking it easy along the bay road as the sun waned and the wind died down. We were famished after missing both meals earlier in the day, so ...

Met the McCrackens

A travel blog entry by rowenagail on Oct 23, 2014

... it was quite chilly and damp. We drove on for lunch for lunch at a winer and brewery, again very pleased to se wood burners glowing away, good lunch of sea food chowder and nice glass of wine, Richard had a spinach and salmon pizza, looked delicious. On down to the harbour another stop for a coffee. Very windy and wet. Saw a lot if the docks and loading bays. Too wet to see much of the bay's so they dropped us back at the hotel. Relatively quiet night and good ...

Day 124

A travel blog entry by feyles on Oct 03, 2014

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... of whaling. In 1952, the Cheynes Beach Whaling Company commenced operation with a second-hand chaser & a small quota of Humpback whales. As the Humpback season was limited to June to August they started to chase the Sperm whales. Due to declining population, the killing of Humpbacks was banned in 1963 all other Australian stations closed. The decreasing market for oil ...

[Day 87] Dude, where's my car?...........

A travel blog entry by bewing on Sep 22, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... tourist spots like Salmon Holes, the Blowoles, Stony Hill and Isthmus Bay. The views are spectacular and unlike the areas we've already visited, surrounded by lush green which is certainly a change from the red that covers the rest of the state.

A spa at the caravan park pool complex was a grea way to unwind before dinner but I can't talk too long about that as we're off now to the lounge for cards. Cheers....

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

A travel blog entry by bewing on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... steps for a photo opportunity but it was far to wet to climb the whole way. It's huge and I can't imagine spending all day at the top, gazing around the forest looking for fires.

Onward again, this time to find the Gloucester Tree. Originally used for fire spotting in 1947, this is the most famous of WA's Karri trees and by the time we got there the rain had stopped (briefly). Matthew was away and up the tree like a rat up a drainpipe ...