We spent a couple of days on a working farm in the great southern region of Western Australia, however, there was no working for Derek and I, it was holiday time. There is something about the country, I always return back to Perth wanting to move and set up a life on a farm. For me, …Read more »
Spending a couple of nights in Porongurup (travel post here) we traveled further south exploring the town of Albany, albeit the weather kept us from doing some our plans like hiking Bluff Knoff and attempting the mountain bike track on Mount Clarence we managed to see a couple of other entertaining sights around town.
Albany Town Centre
Located in the great …Read more »
Albany has a fair few places to enjoy a good espresso and we discovered Kate’s Place to be one of them. Located on York Street a couple of doors down from the backpackers and not too far from the tourist centre it is pretty easy to find.
We arrived around lunch time and the cafe was packed, …Read more »
We recently traveled to Albany for a couple of days in the Porongurup range. To reach Albany the options are – fly, drive or public transport (TransWA). Driving is probably the most most common method as to explore the area you do need a car. It is almost a 5 hour drive south of …Read more »
Following a long drive to see one of Australia’s top 10 beaches, Little Beach and having to hastingly retreat from a weather front coming in across the ocean we stopped through Albany on the way back to the farm for an afternoon coffee.
During our trip we discovered some fabulous cafes around the windy seaside town and Frederick’s Cafe …Read more »