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Southern Reflections, Albany

Southern Reflections consists of a large, modern and comfortable apartment on the edge of Princess Royal Harbour with spectacular water views. There are two bedrooms with quality beds and linen, a large lounge and a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen and all conveniences including a washing machine and off road parking along side the apartment.

We are on the main tourist route from Albany city centre to Frenchman’s Bay, Whale World and close to Torndirrup National Park (The Gap, The Natural Bridge), King George Sound and also to the sailing and golf clubs. At Southern Reflections you are able to relax in our tranquil setting, watching the harbour traffic, the yachts and windsurfers and the graceful pelicans soaring and landing nearby.

At night enjoy the beautiful reflections of the city lights from across the harbour mirrored in the water below.

Check out our website for a few comments from past visitors. We look forward to welcoming you to enjoy this beautiful place too.

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Southern Reflections

Southern Reflections is a spacious, modern, self-contained two-bedroom holiday unit right on the edge of Princess Royal Harbour.


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