Things to Do in Albany near Emu Point Motel
At Emu Point Motel, you are sure to have plenty of things to do in Albany. Our accommodation in Albany, WA is perfect for whale watching, winery tours and much, much more.
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Wineries, Wildflowers and Wild Side!
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For nature lovers - Torndirrup National Park
Eco walks in and around the region range from 20 minutes to 4 hours and suit different levels of fitness. See some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in Australia at Torndirrup National Park. Visit the Blow Holes, these are a series of fissures in the granite rocks on the coast, which make loud hissing noises and act like geysers when water is forced by large waves through the rocks. The Gap and Natural Bridge The Gap, a 24 metre drop to the sea, and the Natural Bridge, a monumental span of granite, demonstrate the awesome power of the sea when a heavy swell is running. For panoramic views try Stony Hill, Mount Melville, Mt Clarence Lookouts.
Explore the local heritage from your Albany WA accommodation
Whale World is a major tourist attraction.
Today the restored whalechaser Cheynes IV stands high and dry as the centrepiece of the Whale World. The only museum in the world created from a working whaling station. Albany windfarm the turbines are 65 metres high and produce 75 per cent of the city’s electricity. Old Farm Strawberry Hill in 1836 was the private home of the Government Resident at Albany, Captain Sir Richard Spencer. Take time out to enjoy their popular Devonshire teas. Vancouver Arts Centre is an historic hospital building now used for painting, spinning, weaving, stained glass, pottery, workshops and more. Princess Royal Fortress built in the 19th Century and today serves as a military museum and heritage centre. Make your apartment reservation today!
Check out the best things to do in Albany and the most exciting local attractions
The Brig Amity a full scale replica of the original vessel which brought the first settlers and convicts to Albany in 1826 is located at the Harbours edge, 2 minutes walk from the City.
On the water at Emu Point
Fishing, diving, surfing, boating, sailing, bodyboarding, whale watching, sea and river cruising.
Take the Kalgan Queen River Boat
The Kalgan River flows into Oyster Harbour. It is one of the oldest Rivers in the World and home to the Kalgan Queen Riverboat. Many people believe its scenic beauty and wildlife far exceed the French Riviere des Fancaise after which it was named in 1803 by the French explorer Nicholas Baudin. more
Enjoy all these great local attractions and stay in a comfortable and well equipped motel room or private apartment at our Albany accommodation in WA.