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Theme: Spend a half day on a small 12.5 acre property, which adjoins one of the oldest river systems on the planet. Learn about the landscape and view sustainable land management practices and discover the farming history of the region.

  • We start the day by exploring a little of Albany'ss unique offerings by travelling around the Anzac Centre, Fort and visit the Light Horse Memorial. This is situated near a high point on Mt Adelaide where you can enjoy the superb panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and seascapes including Middletown Beach and Emu Point. You will hear about Australia'ss first contingent of WW1 troops who were anchored in a large convoy of troopships in King George Sound (October 1914)
  • On our way past Middleton Beach stopping to view the ocean at Emu Point guests learn about Oyster Harbour. There is much to discover, the recovery programs for the sea grasses, the commercial farming and re-establishment of local oysters using an artificial reef system. Enjoy the estuarine birdlife, as the history of the Kalgan River, the lives of early French and British navigators and the significance of the meeting place for the Kalgan and King Rivers is explained
  • We continue on to view the Aboriginal fish traps at Oyster Harbour. The Aboriginal Menang peoples of the Noongar nation trapped different fish species as a major food source. You will experience cultural sites over 6,000 years old
  • We travel to an authentic farming and lifestyle property based on country that is known for its unique ecological systems and tens of thousands of years in the custodianship of Aboriginal peoples
  • Guests will be treated to a guided tour of the property and discover how 'The Grange on Kalgan's has successfully adopted eco-responsible sustainable practices involving recycling, water conservation, organically grown produce, solar energy and how the owner actively supports the conservation of native fauna and flora
  • Search for a few eggs from the free roaming chickens, and observe western grey kangaroos, peacocks, sheep, alpacas and wild ducks. Walk the gardens of organically grown produce, extensive landscaping and check out the prospector'ss camp and diggings (reminiscent of the Eastern Goldfields)
  • The property has historical significance being included in the original fruit-growing areas in Western Australia. The 'Grand Dame's country cottage is over 100 years old and is surrounded by a colourful cottage garden
  • Relax in the outdoor entertaining area and soak up the 'serenity's. Enjoy afternoon tea or a glass of wine while you breathe in the cool air as it sweeps across the tranquil waters of the beautiful Kalgan River. A half day of fun before returning to Albany A*
    We require minimum 2 guests to make this tour worthwhileWe require minimum 2 guests to make this tour worthwhile

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The Grange On Kalgan Eco Experience Half Day Tour

The Grange On Kalgan Eco Experience Half Day Tour


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