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

Albany - National Anzac Centre

A travel blog entry by mboy on Oct 15, 2015

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... we go back into the city centre and out to the harbour. The Tavern is a pleasant place for lunch and a sample of a new beer. Mick and Bev in the afternoon went to a farm at Redman, 12km north of Albany, to John Duncan and his wife Jan for a quick catch-up. He has a great farm - green as far as the eye can see and very healthy Murray Greys. The wind farm we can see in the distance from his house. They enjoy Albany and the farm very ...

Mt Barker-Porongurup-Sterling Ranges

A travel blog entry by billandtrish on Oct 09, 2015

... t do much, except a drive to Mt Barker to pick up a thank you gift for Ulli and Fredy. Sunday 10/10, we tackled Castle Rock. After a brekkie of bacon and eggs, we headed up to the walk. It wasn't too back up the walk except for some rocky parts, but it was in the shade and the wildflowers were beautiful. We raced a pair of 70 yr olds, but they won!! The scramble across the boulders, using the steel handgrips to get to the ladder was the most ...

Wineries and national parks

A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Sep 10, 2015

... stock bread and washed it down with some red wine. It was a really good night. In the morning the owner even came down, told us it was his birthday, gave us cake and said we were welcome to stay another night for free! Unfortunately we couldn't as we wanted to move on but it was a really nice gesture.
The weather still wasn't any better. We walked up mount Clarence to see the Anzac memorial and the views would have been amazing if it wasn't so cloudy. We moved on to the ...

Albany All Week

A travel blog entry by pandjandb on Aug 01, 2015

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... seven whales were spotted in the previous three days. I let them know that Hervey Bay was the whale watching capital and we would be disappointed if that was all we saw in one hour. I do my bit for HB when needed. For some reason I have been banned from Albany Tourist Information Centre!

The views along the coastline were quite spectacular. It is easy to see why this place is so popular with locals and tourists.

Where Two Oceans Meet

A travel blog entry by mkosik13 on Jun 01, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... has a red dot. He says, "I don't know. The one with the black dot.", so I try the one with the red dot. He gets a strange look on his face and says, "Okay, this one is the curry. It is very, uhh, gross", at that time mine only tasted like chocolate and slowly got a bit spicy near the end. Surprisingly it wasn't too bad. Up next, curry. He wasn't kidding, it was disgusting. He is laughing at me at this point and says how he's glad he ate the curry first, as the ...

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