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Located near the mouth of the Margaret River around Surfers Point you will find the bronze statue of woman breastfeeding a fish, sitting on the rocks with the waves lapping at her feet.

Albany’s coastline is subject to huge swells and strong winds and it has created a number of unusual rock formations, one of which is The Natural Bridge. This natural bridge has been formed by wind and water erosion and makes an amazing…

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.

6km west of Collie township is Black Diamond, an old open cut coal mine now utilised as a crystal clear swimming hole. The lake is 750 metres in length and virtually sits on the banks of the Collie River, which flows just metres beyond the far end…

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…