Havana Villas

Address: Firth Street, Emu Point, Albany, Western Australia, 6330, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Firth Street, Emu Point, Albany, is near HMAS Perth.
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      Travel Blogs from Albany

      Another day in Albany.

      A travel blog entry by thegreenteam on Dec 21, 2014

      21 photos

      ... advertising Sunday markets, and I am a sucker for a market, so that was our first destination today. It was in a boatshed down on the water, and turned out to be mostly a farmers market, but we were able to buy a gift, some cheap, yummy apples and a few Christmas presents in the form of gorgeous earrings for me! I call that a successful shopping trip.

      Way back in Ceduna, we met a couple from Perth who had flown/driven to Melbourne for the sole purpose ...

      Albany II - Torndirrup and the Lavender Cottage

      A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... before they could find a reason not to serve two grubby bikers.

      After eating pub food for the past two weeks, we were delighted to dig into five courses of expertly prepared French dishes. It was so delicately constructed, each course cooked perfectly and so wonderfully complex. They weren't licensed, so Dad ran out and bought a nice Clare Valley Shiraz to complement the meal. Totally hit the spot and the perfect way to end what turned out to be a really great ...

      Albany We are Here

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Oct 29, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... talented students of Albany Grammar School presented various singers, songs and bands. There was no end to the talent.

      At sunset was the Naval "Ceremonial Sunset". We had a great spot but got crowded in at the last minute. Allan was tall enough to see the monitors, Sharon just enjoyed being there. We sang and marched to Waltzing Matilda. We sang the Aussie National Anthem. We listened to speeches it was a wonderful and awesome sunset as ...

      Day 124

      A travel blog entry by feyles on Oct 03, 2014

      11 photos

      ... 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....