Corner Middleton Road and Flinders Parade, Albany
is a port city in the Great southern region of Western Australia.
Settled in 1826 and WA’s first town, Albany is full of history,
character and charm. Our units are located on the famous “Middleton
Beach” frontage and provide easy access to the beach and town. Albany
is the perfect long weekender, located just 410kms from Perth, head
straight down Albany Highway.
- Six self-contained two-bedroom units
- Each unit sleeps four people, with casual bedding available for an additional two children
- Directly opposite Middleton Beach
- Visit the Natural Bridge, The Gap and Blowholes
- Enjoy spectacular sightings of Humpback and Southern Right Whales between May and October
- Visit the Mt Romance Sandalwood Factory and relax in the Tribal Dreaming Relaxation Centre
- Take a walk on the stunning Middleton Beach boardwalk
- Visit local wineries, museums and the Albany Wind Farm
- Walk to local cafés, beaches and parks
- Visit Whaleworld, the site of Australia’s last commercial whaling operation
- Drive 30 kilometers east of Albany and discover Little Beach in Two Peoples Bay National Park
- Dive Albany’s spectacular underwater wonders
- Visit Mt Clarence and explore the ANZAC Desert Corps and War Memorial as well as the Princess Royal Fortress.
- Mt Clarence also offers spectacular views across the town and surrounding bays.
- Denmark and Walpole are situated only a short drive to the west of Albany.
was the first established European settlement in Western Australia and
is now one of the largest cities outside of Perth. It has one of the
most attractive and rugged coastline settings; endowed with an
interesting history and an abundance of attractions and activities.
Explore the many clothing boutiques, gift stores, arts and crafts,
newsagencies, book shops and sports, surf and outdoors specialty stores
for the shopping enthusiast and a diverse selection of dining options
to refuel and rest your legs in between shops. Regular art exhibitions
are held in central locations and you can find local as well as
travelling theatre and performances. Cosy Corner and Shelley Beach,
about half an hour towards Denmark are both terrific beaches for
fishing and picnicking. Indulge in local wines and produce in gourmet
restaurants or from the farm gate. Explore local galleries, absorb the
city’s unique history or take a tranquil bush walk in one of the
national parks. With stretches of beautiful landscape, and alluring
white sandy beaches, it’s easy to find your own piece of paradise.