Norfolk Sands/Bay Merchants

Address: 18 Adelaide Crescent, Albany, Western Australia, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Adelaide Crescent, Albany, is near Whale World and HMAS Perth.
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Travel Blogs from Albany

Day 35, 36 & 37: Southern Forest & Albany

A travel blog entry by nicandrog on Nov 04, 2014

20 photos

... it was too cold for a swim and so we jumped in the heated pool instead. Day 37 Today was finally back to shorts weather and to loosen up the legs a bit after feeling a bit sore from yesterday Nic went for an early morning walk and swim. She soon regretted this as we headed to Porogunup and for what she had remembered and read as an easy walk up Castle Rock. This turned out to be a 4.4km hill climb. Needless to say we were both in need of a shower when we got to ...

Albany II - Torndirrup and the Lavender Cottage

A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 30, 2014

5 photos

... up the bikes and hit the streets looking for some dinner. We were thinking fish'n'chips, but couldn't find the shop we planned to visit that we had seen the night before. I consulted Urban Spoon and we decided to check out the top-rated restaurant in downtown Albany: a little french kitchen called the Lavender Cottage. In honor of the centennial they were only serving a fancy five course dinner - we looked at each other and were like, hells yeah - so ...

Trip Down South

A travel blog entry by jkfalker on Oct 08, 2014

2 comments, 65 photos

... in the pool in their back yard.

We traveled first to Albany, then the Stirling Range National Park, and continued to Denmark, Augusta, Margaret River, and Busselton working our way back up the coast to Perth. The trip was a total of six days and five nights. Unfortunately I feel as though there were too many destinations and not enough time. I would have preferred to cut out a few places so that we could enjoy more and spend less time on the ...

Albany and Little Beach

A travel blog entry by barbrob on Oct 04, 2014

12 photos

... there were at least 20 more. The view of the beach was amazing with the water so bright blue that it looked deceivingly tropically warm. Walked around the rock area and loved the amazing views. Travelled a little further towards Two Peoples Bay. It was called this because of the chance meeting of French and American Mariners in the bay long before European Settlement. It was named in honour of the 2 republics and called "Baie des Deux Peuples". As the region ...

Torndirrup National Park

A travel blog entry by georgejanene on Sep 19, 2014

45 photos

... to the open sea, can be very rough. The next stop was much more impressive, with two features in the one area. These being the Gap and Natural Bridge. The continents of Australia and Antarctica were bound together along this rugged coastline for more than one billion years, forming part of the super-continent Gondwana. Australia and Antarctica separated about 45 million years ago when the last sections of the super-continent broke apart. The rocks here on the coastline were left ...

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