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Contemporary comfort and country hospitality

Country Comfort Amity Motel is an easy 4.5 hours' drive from Perth. An air shuttle service from Perth will also get you here in an hour. Newly-appointed rooms and a modern styled spacious studio apartment are offered with free Wi-Fi.

All Yours

Country hospitality with a modern touch

Our rooms and the studio apartment are spacious and offer essentials for the modern traveller – Wi-Fi, LCD television, coffee and tea making facilities. Family rooms for up to six are also available.

Explore our Rooms

Albany Accommodations

3 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

45 SQM

1 Queen Bed + 1 Single Bed

Our Standard Queen and Single rooms feature a queen size bed and a single bed and can sleep a maximum of 3.
Prices from

AUD $115

2 Adults(max.)

45 SQM

1 King Bed

Our corporate rooms feature a King sized bed, desk, LCD TV and a sofa.
Prices from

AUD $120

3 Adults, 1 Child(max.)

40 SQM

1 Queen Bed + 1 Single Bed

Our Courtyard Queen and Single rooms feature a queen size bed and a single bed and sleeps a maximum of 3.
Prices from

AUD $130

Hotel Facilities

Comfort & Convenience

Free Wi-Fi

Café

Amity Café

Restaurant

Curry Leaf

Swimming Pool

Parking

Indoor

Laundry Service

Fax Service

Business Centre

Hotel Facilities

Comfort & Convenience

Free Wi-Fi

Café

Amity Café

Restaurant

Curry Leaf

Swimming Pool

Parking

Indoor

Laundry Service

Fax Service

Business Centre

Feasting & Dining

Warm hearts need warm meals

Being away from home doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a great home style meal. Our Amity Cafe offers generous breakfasts and then slide into a delicious dinner and feast of the senses at Curry Leaf Indian Restaurant. Rated highly on TripAdvisor, the fully licensed restaurant is a fan favourite and serves up authentic Indian dishes from 5pm daily. Takeaway meals are available.

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NO PENALTIES

We accommodate last minute changes on selected rates — free cancellation is allowed up to 48 hours before check in. T&Cs apply.

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Discover our region

The Natural Bridge

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.

The Brig Amity

The Replica was built in 1975 and is placed a few hundred metres from where Major Edmund Lockyer and the party of forty-five arrived on the shores of Princess Royal Harbour on Christmas Day 1826, officially being the first people to land and settle in WA.

Albany’s Historic Whaling Station

Explore an intact whale processing factory and whale chasing ship - fully restored and ready for you to discover. The Cheynes Beach Whaling Company was the last whaling company to cease operations in Australia, closing in 1978. Opening in 1980 (known then as Whale World), it is now home to an interactive museum on whales and whaling.

Patrick Taylor Cottage Museum

The cottage is the pride and joy of the Albany Historical Society and a must-see attraction. This eleven room wattle and daub home is the oldest surviving dwelling in Western Australia built in 1832 by the Morley Brothers and purchased by Patrick Taylor in 1835.

National Anzac Centre

The award winning National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages. Located within Albany’s heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooks the actual harbour from which over 41,000 men and woman departed Australia for the Great War. Immerse yourself in the Anzac Legend and follow personal stories through state of the art technology, multimedia and historic artifacts. Prepare to remember, learn and explore.

The Natural Bridge

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.

The Brig Amity

The Replica was built in 1975 and is placed a few hundred metres from where Major Edmund Lockyer and the party of forty-five arrived on the shores of Princess Royal Harbour on Christmas Day 1826, officially being the first people to land and settle in WA.

Albany’s Historic Whaling Station

Explore an intact whale processing factory and whale chasing ship - fully restored and ready for you to discover. The Cheynes Beach Whaling Company was the last whaling company to cease operations in Australia, closing in 1978. Opening in 1980 (known then as Whale World), it is now home to an interactive museum on whales and whaling.

Patrick Taylor Cottage Museum

The cottage is the pride and joy of the Albany Historical Society and a must-see attraction. This eleven room wattle and daub home is the oldest surviving dwelling in Western Australia built in 1832 by the Morley Brothers and purchased by Patrick Taylor in 1835.

National Anzac Centre

The award winning National Anzac Centre is one of Australia’s most important cultural pilgrimages. Located within Albany’s heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooks the actual harbour from which over 41,000 men and woman departed Australia for the Great War. Immerse yourself in the Anzac Legend and follow personal stories through state of the art technology, multimedia and historic artifacts. Prepare to remember, learn and explore.

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