Settled in 1826 and WA’s first town, Albany is full of history, character and charm. The API units are located on the famous “Middleton Beach” frontage and provide easy access to the beach and town. Albany is perfectly located for a long weekend. Situated just 410kms from Perth, head straight down the Albany Highway
Located in the heart of Busselton, enjoy a short walk to the beach and famous Busselton Jetty.
Busselton was one of the earliest settlements in Western Australia. It was first settled by the Bussell family, who relocated there from their location on the Blackwood River near Augusta after John Garrett Bussell discovered superior farm land in the area. The Bussells moved to the area in 1834, establishing a cattle station which they named Cattle Chosen.
Blessed with a unique coast, river gorge and marine landscapes, plus almost year-round sunny weather, Kalbarri has been a favourite WA holiday destination for individuals, groups and families for over 150 years. Do your favourite thing or try something new. You will find it all here, in the jewel of Western Australia's Coral Coast.
With the Units located on Grey Street, directly opposite the mouth of the Murchinson river, Kalbarri is a must-see destination in Western Australia.
Port Denison and Dongara are the “twin towns” of this coastal fishing resort. Located 200 metres from the harbour and marina, it is an ideal place for relaxation. Port Denison is a cray fishing town of 3000 residents in the Mid-West region of Western Australia. Its local government area is the Shire of Irwin and it is located 4 kilometres southwest of Dongara on the Indian Ocean coast.