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In 2014 the Hilda Hotker Shell Collection display was opened at the Whaling Museum in Discovery Bay, Albany. Local Albany resident Hilda has spent her life collecting shells and other wonderful marine specimens from beaches all around Australia.
The Natural Bridge is a granite formation that looks just like a giant rock bridge! This ‘bridge’ is caused by the gradual wearing away of the granite rock by the Great Southern Ocean.
The natural bridge formation is a reminder of the power of the ocean. It is incredible to watch the waves roll across the ocean, crashing into the granite cliffside and rushing under the bridge.
Albany is a city at the southern tip of Western Australia. It’s known for its beaches, such as popular Middleton Beach. East of the city, Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve is home to secluded Little Beach.
Albany’s Historic Whaling Station, a former whale processing plant, now houses a museum.
Migrating whales pass off the coast at Torndirrup National Park, where steep cliffs give way to dramatic rock formations