359 Perkins Beach Rd, Albany WA 6330, Australia
359 Perkins Beach Road Albany WA
(08) 9845 1040
Benjamin Colback said 2 years ago
Amazing people amazing food. Best place ever for a comfortable and fun filled stay. Very short walk to beach and amazing lookout views. Lots of fish for snorkeling. Just amazing
Matt Chapman said 2 years ago
Brilliant camp facility not far from Albany. There's accommodation for large church or school groups, along with houses for families or small groups. The site is a 2 minute walk to the beach with amazing views if the hills overlooking Albany to the East. Would absolutely recommend Camp Kennedy for those who are looking to get away.
Belinda Stonehouse said 2 years ago
School went for 3 day camp. Excellent place to take the school or family. Food was great. Dorms are clean and comfortable. Caretakers were amazing. Thank you.
Luqman Fahd Muktiwibowo said 2 years ago
It is a pleasurable experience to stay here. I stayed here for 3 days and I had many exciting indoor and outdoor activities. For large groups, we can rent a bungalow to sleep in. Inside the bungalow, there are several bunk beds and a table. However, in the bungalow, there is no heater. The camp has a big hall and a field. There is a beach nearby to discover the surrounding environment.
Toni-Lee Castlehow said 2 years ago
Love going to Camp Kennedy. Fond memories of many holidays. Food was great. Friends and family very rich.
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