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Communication: i) Phone: Public gold phone located next to office. ii) Fax: Service available at office for a small fee. iii) Mail: Guest mail will be held in office with name on message board. iv) Message: Message board in front of office. Reticulation: Bore water is used throughout the park at various times for on gardens and lawn areas only. Please do not leave property out which is prone to water damage. Torches: It is suggested to carry a torch at all times during dark hours to prevent personal injury. Vehicles: Only one vehicle per site. Vehicles are not to park on vacant sites or grass sites. Security Gates: A key card is required to gain entrance into park. A $10.00 cash bond is required upon arrival and a refund will be given on departure when card is returned. LPG : Refills are available during office hours. Please ensure that your bottles are in date. Laundry: Located at the end of the ablution block. $2.00 coins are required for both the machines and dryers. Iron and ironing board are located in laundry. Shoes must be worn at all times in laundry. BBQ: Free gas BBQ's are located at the

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Daily 8am – 6pm Departure 10am sharp. Arrival between 2pm & 6pm unless by prior arrangement. Minimum of one night booking deposit required. Cancellation with more than 60 days notice – Guest will be refunded in full, less a $30.00 cancellation fee. Cancellation with less than 30 days notice – Guest will receive a refund of 50% of the deposit. Cancellation with less than 14 days notice – No refund will be given. Any alterations are subject to the same conditions. Park Management reserves the right to relocate or cancel any bookings.

This is a product of John Batman Group PO Box 726, Ringwood, Victoria, 3134. Email: info@johnbatman.com.au Web: www.johnbatman.com.au Tel: (03) 9879 8588 Fax: (03) 9879 8688 © Copyright JBG/O - All Rights Reserved.

1584 Millbrook Rd, Albany 6330 PO Box 691 Albany 6331 Ph: 08 9844 3267 Fax: 08 9844 3537 www.albanycaravanpark.com Email: albanyhappydays@bigpond.com Pets: Tourist Info: Sites: Units: Bicycles: Children: Noise: Cleaning: Canoeing:

Camper’s Kitchen and playground. Please leave BBQ clean after use for other guests to use. On request a wood fire will be delivered each evening free of charge. These are not to be lit before 6pm. Subject to fire restrictions. Canoes are available for hire during office hours. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Insurance paper to be filled out before use. Life jacket must be worn at all times. Ablutions are closed for cleaning each day. Please check for times. For the comfort of all guests no undue noise is permitted after 10pm and before 7am. Young children must have an adult accompany them at all times when using ablutions. Parents are responsible for their children’s behaviour and safety. Children are not to play around ablutions or on other guests' sites. Bikes are not to be ridden after sunset. Helmets are to be worn at all times. Please leave accommodation clean and tidy or a cleaning charge may apply. All units are Non Smoking. Please do not erect temporary clothes lines around your site. Waste water to be emptied into sullage point provided. Maps and tourist information are available at office. Dogs are allowed by prior arrangement. No Pets allowed in onsite accommodation. Cash bond required on arrival.

1584 Millbrook Road, Albany 6330 Ph: 08 9844 3267 Fax: 08 9844 3537 www.albanycaravanpark.com Email: albanyhappydays@bigpond.com

General information

Welcome to Albany Road Map

Albany is a town rich in history with breath taking scenery that has something to offer people of all ages. Albany was first settled in December 1826 by Major Edmund Lockyer who sailed into Princess Royal Harbour on the Brig Amity with 23 convicts on board. A full-scale replica is in dry dock at WA Museum. The forts were constructed on Mt Adelaide in 1893 to help defend Australia’s coastline from any approaching enemy. Our ANZAC’s in World War I & II got their last glimpse of terra firma before they sailed off to their deployment. You can wander through the old barracks and view some of our war time history. From there you can walk up Mt Clarence to the ANZAC Monument which is the home to some breath taking views as well as our Dawn Service which is growing in popularity each year. There are many old buildings scattered through out the town site, which reflect the architecture and the history of its time. Albany's natural harbour is an ideal port for cruise ships as well as the many cargo ships that export grain, sand and wood chips throughout the world. There is plenty of ocean fairing activities to enjoy while staying in Albany. You can swim at Middleton Beach or in the protected waters of Emu Point, surf and bodyboard at Mutton Bird or Nanarup, and the more experienced can catch some waves at Sand Patch and Low Lands. If you want to wet a line you can fish off the beaches, the rocks, the jetty or one of the rivers. You can hire a charter boat or bring your own. You can dive and enjoy our wonderful marine life on one of the reefs or one of the wrecks, including the H.M.A.S. Perth. You can snorkel in many of the protected bays along the coastline. Whales and their calves can be seen breaching and frolicking in the bays from July to September. You can take a leisurely cruise up the river on the glass bottom boat, the Kalgan Queen. Enjoy billy tea and damper while you view the marine and bird life and you may even call in at Montgomery Wines for some wine tasting.

Whale World, located at Frenchman’s Bay, is the site of the last operating whaling station. It has some fascinating exhibits, 3D animated movies and a Whale Chaser to walk over. This award winning tourist attraction shows how the whaling industries operated up until 1978. While you are out that way call in and check out the Gap, Natural Bridge and the Blowholes which have some of nature’s spectacular rock formations. On the way back, if you still have time, call into the wind farm and walk around under the turbines or go to Mt Melville and look at the beautiful views of the city but don’t forget to drive past our famous Dog Rock.

If you need any further information or directions, call into our office and our friendly staff will be more than happy to give you a helping hand.

If the pace needs to slow down then go out to Mt Romance and learn about the Sandalwood oil and their bodycare products. You can relax with a massage or the ancient healing of “The Gong”.

Albany has a host of sporting facilities that can cater to all needs from lawn bowls to golf or from go-karts to aquatic activities.

There are lots of scenic drives around the area and there is a plethora of award winning wineries to call into for a tasting or two.

If your taste buds are in need of some fine cuisine there is a variety of restaurants that will whet your appetite.

If you have plenty of energy you can walk the Bibbulmun track. Walk or cycle around Lake Sepping as you check out the abundance of bird life. Get your pushy pumping or your feet pounding along the boardwalk around Marine Drive, which over looks the headland, or from Middleton Beach to Emu Point.


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This is a product of John Batman Group PO Box 726, Ringwood, Victoria, 3134. Email: info@johnbatman.com.au Web: www.johnbatman.com.au Tel: (03) 9879 8588 Fax: (03) 9879 8688 © Copyright JBG/O - All Rights Reserved.

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Office Hours: Daily 8am – 6pm Check In/Out: Departure 10am sharp. Arrival between 2pm & 6pm unless by prior arrangement. Deposit: Minimum of one night booking deposit required. Refund: Cancellation with more than 60 days notice – Guest will be refunded in full, less a $30.00 cancellation fee. Cancellation with less than 30 days notice – Guest will receive a refund of 50% of the deposit. Cancellation with less than 14 days notice – No refund will be given. Any alterations are subject to the same conditions. Park Management reserves the right to relocate or cancel any bookings. Communication: i) Phone: Public gold phone located next to office. ii) Fax: Service available at office for a small fee. iii) Mail: Guest mail will be held in office with name on message board. iv) Message: Message board in front of office. Reticulation: Bore water is used throughout the park at various times for on gardens and lawn areas only. Please do not leave property out which is prone to water damage. Torches: It is suggested to carry a torch at all times during dark hours to prevent personal injury. Vehicles: Only one vehicle per site. Vehicles are not to park on vacant sites or grass sites. Security Gates: A key card is required to gain entrance into park. A $10.00 cash bond is required upon arrival and a refund will be given on departure when card is returned. LPG : Refills are available during office hours. Please ensure that your bottles are in date. Laundry: Located at the end of the ablution block. $2.00 coins are required for both the machines and dryers. Iron and ironing board are located in laundry. Shoes must be worn at all times in laundry. Free gas BBQ's are located at the BBQ:

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1584 Millbrook Rd, Albany 6330 PO Box 691 Albany 6331 Ph: 08 9844 3267 Fax: 08 9844 3537 www.albanycaravanpark.com Email: albanyhappydays@bigpond.com Pets: Tourist Info: Sites: Units: Bicycles: Children: Noise: Cleaning: Canoeing:

Camper’s Kitchen and playground. Please leave BBQ clean after use for other guests to use. On request a wood fire will be delivered each evening free of charge. These are not to be lit before 6pm. Subject to fire restrictions. Canoes are available for hire during office hours. Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Insurance paper to be filled out before use. Life jacket must be worn at all times. Ablutions are closed for cleaning each day. Please check for times. For the comfort of all guests no undue noise is permitted after 10pm and before 7am. Young children must have an adult accompany them at all times when using ablutions. Parents are responsible for their children’s behaviour and safety. Children are not to play around ablutions or on other guests' sites. Bikes are not to be ridden after sunset. Helmets are to be worn at all times. Please leave accommodation clean and tidy or a cleaning charge may apply. All units are Non Smoking. Please do not erect temporary clothes lines around your site. Waste water to be emptied into sullage point provided. Maps and tourist information are available at office. Dogs are allowed by prior arrangement. No Pets allowed in onsite accommodation. Cash bond required on arrival.

General information If you need any further information or directions, call into our office and our friendly staff will be more than happy to give you a helping hand.

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If the pace needs to slow down then go out to Mt Romance and learn about the Sandalwood oil and their bodycare products. You can relax with a massage or the ancient healing of “The Gong”.

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Albany has a host of sporting facilities that can cater to all needs from lawn bowls to golf or from go-karts to aquatic activities.

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There are lots of scenic drives around the area and there is a plethora of award winning wineries to call into for a tasting or two.

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If your taste buds are in need of some fine cuisine there is a variety of restaurants that will whet your appetite.

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While you are out that way call in and check out the Gap, Natural Bridge and the Blowholes which have some of nature’s spectacular rock formations. On the way back, if you still have time, call into the wind farm and walk around under the turbines or go to Mt Melville and look at the beautiful views of the city but don’t forget to drive past our famous Dog Rock.

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If you have plenty of energy you can walk the Bibbulmun track. Walk or cycle around Lake Sepping as you check out the abundance of bird life. Get your pushy pumping or your feet pounding along the boardwalk around Marine Drive, which over looks the headland, or from Middleton Beach to Emu Point.

Whale World, located at Frenchman’s Bay, is the site of the last operating whaling station. It has some fascinating exhibits, 3D animated movies and a Whale Chaser to walk over. This award winning tourist attraction shows how the whaling industries operated up until 1978.

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There is plenty of ocean fairing activities to enjoy while staying in Albany. You can swim at Middleton Beach or in the protected waters of Emu Point, surf and bodyboard at Mutton Bird or Nanarup, and the more experienced can catch some waves at Sand Patch and Low Lands. If you want to wet a line you can fish off the beaches, the rocks, the jetty or one of the rivers. You can hire a charter boat or bring your own. You can dive and enjoy our wonderful marine life on one of the reefs or one of the wrecks, including the H.M.A.S. Perth. You can snorkel in many of the protected bays along the coastline. Whales and their calves can be seen breaching and frolicking in the bays from July to September. You can take a leisurely cruise up the river on the glass bottom boat, the Kalgan Queen. Enjoy billy tea and damper while you view the marine and bird life and you may even call in at Montgomery Wines for some wine tasting.

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Albany's natural harbour is an ideal port for cruise ships as well as the many cargo ships that export grain, sand and wood chips throughout the world.

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There are many old buildings scattered through out the town site, which reflect the architecture and the history of its time.

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The forts were constructed on Mt Adelaide in 1893 to help defend Australia’s coastline from any approaching enemy. Our ANZAC’s in World War I & II got their last glimpse of terra firma before they sailed off to their deployment. You can wander through the old barracks and view some of our war time history. From there you can walk up Mt Clarence to the ANZAC Monument which is the home to some breath taking views as well as our Dawn Service which is growing in popularity each year.

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Albany was first settled in December 1826 by Major Edmund Lockyer who sailed into Princess Royal Harbour on the Brig Amity with 23 convicts on board. A full-scale replica is in dry dock at WA Museum.

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Albany is a town rich in history with breath taking scenery that has something to offer people of all ages.

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Welcome to Albany

1584 Millbrook Road, Albany 6330 Ph: 08 9844 3267 Fax: 08 9844 3537 www.albanycaravanpark.com Email: albanyhappydays@bigpond.com


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