Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Albany, Western Australia.

Albany is our next stop along the south west coast of Western Australia. It's quite a large town of 27,000 people and was the site of a whaling business which ceased operations in 1978. Lots of history here as the ANZACS ofe WW1 left from here on their way to Gallipoli.
    Not much internet time so the report is brief.
Hugs, Jan Mac

5 comments:

Cat said...

WOW I just learnt stuff - history - love it
We are heading for the Australian Outback in October SOOOOO excited

Maria said...

Sounds like you are getting to see some interesting places, Jan; lots of history!

Jan Mac said...

Hi Cat, You will just love the Outback. Where are you traveling too? We are planning a trip to the Simpson Desert again later this year.

Carol E. said...

Loving the wonderful pictures of beautiful Australia.

Andrea Parker said...

Hi Jan, I have just come across your blog and I live in Albany - I hope you enjoyed your stay, or better still that you are still here and having a great time. safe travelling, Andrea