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Take a Albany tour to Normans Beach

Google map directions how to get to Normans Beach 48.2 km from Albany

1. Head East on Grey St East go 28m

2. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Aberdeen St go 350m

3. At the roundabout take the1st exit onto St Emillie Way go 110m

4.At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Albany Highway go 2.6 km

5. At the roundabout take the third exitonto ChesterPass Rd/South Coast Hwy heading to Esperancego 9.8 km

6. Turn right at Bakers Junction, stop for a pie, then go 25.2 km

7.Turn right onto Homestead Rd go 9.1 km turn left go 1km to Normans Beach


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the inlet at normans beach

Looking across the inlet to Normans Beach

Who were the Normans.
The Norman’s were three brothers, Arthur, Percy and John [Jnr] Norman whose family was some of the first European settlers in the area. John Norman whose wife was Mary arrived in 1795 and there family still hold a strong local presence. The Norman brothers used to live in “The Green House” at Mount Manypeaks.

normans inlet

Normans Beach is close to Betty's Beach and East Bay Beach which is the Eastern end of Two Peoples Bay.

Take a Tour to Normans Beach near Albany.

Norman's Beach is a very quiet camping spot on a small inlet there is room for a few campers a short walk to the beach which is good for walking and fishing.

 
 
 

 

 

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