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Boasting mountain, rural and garden views, Jilba offers accommodations in Porongurup, 27 mi from Albany. Free WiFi, free parking and free continental breakfast are provided. Mount Barker is 22 mi... We loved our stay at Jilba. Joan and Jim were very friendly and informative- gave us heaps of information about local walks and wineries. The farm stay accommodation was perfect with views as far as Albany, comfortable bed with electric blanket and a wonderful assortment of snacks for breakfast. It was just what we needed and we can’t wait to go back.
Located in Porongurup in the Western Australia region, The Sleeping Lady Private Retreat features a balcony and mountain views. The property is 26 mi from Albany and free private parking is provided. Great accommodation and views. And Nichola was so lovely and accommodating. Can't wait to go back.
Kendenup Lodge and Cottages is set on 40 acres of bushland, overlooking the Stirling Range. Guests can share a meal in the BBQ area complete with a pizza oven. Free WiFi is available in the Lodge. Nice and peaceful great view of the Stirling ranges very welcoming and friendly owners
Just 5 minutes’ drive from Albany Airport, Albany Holiday Park offers self-contained accommodations with private patios. It features a games room and a garden with barbecue facilities. Cheap luxury break. The cabins are just amazing was the perfect place had everything.
Have been many times but never had the time to stop. Now will be our Breakaway place in future. I am true blue and love the Aussie Landscape . have seen All Australia. have lived in the City (Sydney) the Country Katoomba. and the Desert Broken Hill. and I love WA.
If you like hiking, this place is for you. The view from Castle Rock is amazing and I look forward to going again and doing some more walks. There are lots of lovely wineries. Lunch at Zarephath is a must (as is their wine) and the wine from Castle Rock is one of my favourites. The Karribank also had good food and was a good place to take the kids as they have a sandpit with a fort.
Amazing location with lots to do. My family did the sky walk- I have a 1 year old and decided to stay back and do the nature walk as I wasn’t ready to climb up rocks with him. My 4 year old and husband and family loved it. Many more things to do but we didn’t get around to it unfortunately as we had too much to do on the drive up to Perth. Would definately come back for longer
The views are stunning from the top of Nancy's Peak. We had a lovely lunch at Ironwood Winery. We bought some beautiful wines from Dukes and Castlerock wineries where we made most welcome. I could have easily satayed a few more day and am looking forward to going back.
So many beautiful walks and stunning scenery so close to Stirling ranges and close to albany as well . Castle rock and the granite walk was fabulous and just the round driving trip down Milligan drive and right around giving you a full view of the Porongurups with the exercise was good too. Then of course bluff knoll at the Stirling ranges and so many walks if you are fit as well
Be ready to walk those great trails. Allow time to rest and sightsee. Too pretty to just rush through in a few days. Have maps with you as internet signal dodgy to none. Avoid being out at night - it's VERY dark and the turnoffs look the same. There's lots we didn't do cos we only stayed a few days and were worn out from Bluff Knoll. Take magnesium and potassium tablets for dehydration and to avoid cramps at midnight. Dehydration sneaks up on you whether you're perspiring or not. Such a beautiful area.....