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Located on the shores of Koombana Bay in Bunbury, the Dolphin Discovery Centre provides visitors with an amazing opportunity to get up close with the local dolphins. In the 60’s, a local resident befriended the local pod of dolphins and while…

The small township or village of Yallingup overlooks one of the most beautiful bays and surfing beaches on the coast. This little coastal retreat has a laid-back feel. Most permanent residents are older surfers who love the life, while many other…

Albany’s coastline is subject to huge swells and strong winds and this combined with tectonic forces has formed The Gap. This inlet between rocks is 24m high and when the huge swells roll in the crash against the rocks is wild.

Albany township is set on the Princess Royal Harbour, a large and quite picturesque waterway. Due to the whaling and fishing industries, there are a number of older sailing vessels still actively out on the water, setting the scene for years gone by.

At the base of Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse are the original settlement houses for the lighthouse keeper. One of the buildings now houses a cafe but the opportunities for use of these building as a “community” grouping are there for the…