API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

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API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany
0893257425
0893257425
27 Flinders Parade
Albany WA 6330 Australia

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

The Albany Adventure – A perfect 10!

When you hear the place name Albany, what do you think of? The whaling station, farmers markets, the Anzacs, its rich military history, the blowholes. Well, you are correct, classically Albany is known for all of these. But when was the last time you enjoyed some time away in the Port City? We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised as to how far this, once outpost, has come. The Albany of today epitomizes a community awash with local music, the arts and exceptional local produce, a testament to the posters and flyers of local artists and growers in the port’s pubs and restaurants. This is a town no longer out to prove itself; Albany has arrived as the leading cultural hub of the South West.

Holiday in one of 6 self-contained two-bedroom units for you to enjoy. Each unit sleeps four adults (one queen room, two single beds), with casual bedding available for an additional two (child) guests. The units are located on Middleton Beach, directly opposite the waterfront and park, a short stroll to cafés and restaurants. The units are all fitted with the usual mod cons, with private bathrooms, modern toilets, a laundry facility with washing machine and dryer, digital TV’s, reverse cycle air-conditioning and a fully equipped kitchen, a gas BBQ. (Porta cots and high chairs are available if required for our very little guests).

Walking is a great way to see the best of the hub of the south west of Western Australia. Take advantage of the warm weather and explore Albany and its surrounds, with so many geographical attractions in the south west area, the experience is only augmented by the Mediterranean style climate which is typified by the warm summer nights. You can even explore secluded beach opposite your unit, with the Albany shoreline affectionately referred to as the Rainbow Coast, you’ll know why when you see it. The historical presence of Albany is one of the many charms of the South West Port City. King George sound is a large ocean inlet that surrounds Albany. It covers a vast 110sqm and is 35 metres at its deepest point. The sound also has two harbours located within it - Princess Royal Harbour and Oyster Harbour. A few of the all-time classic places to visit while you’re in Albany are the Natural Bridge, The Gap, and the Blowholes. If you haven’t visited them, you haven’t been to Albany! It would be like going to Paris without going to see the Eiffel Tower! This stunning coastline city has many attractions to occupy you for days and it’s a great base from which you can explore the South West Region (including Margaret River, Eagle Bay, and Augusta).

Albany’s city centre is based around the main thoroughfare of York Street and sits on the northern edge of Princess Royal Harbour, which is part of King George Sound. The central district of Albany is overlooked by Mt Clarence to the east and Mt Melville to the west. During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Albany was a gateway to the Eastern Goldfields and for decades was Australia’s only deep-water port, giving it a place of prominence on shipping services between Britain and its colonies. However, the construction of Fremantle Harbour near Perth in 1893 saw Albany’s importance as a port rapidly decline, so the town turned primarily to agriculture, timber and later whaling to support its economy. Albany also has an important role in the Anzac legend as it was where the fleet which comprised of approximately 20,000 Australians and 10,000 New Zealanders assembled and departed for Egypt on November 1, 1914. The strong sense of military history is tied to Albany, with troops leaving from Albany for World War 1, a memorial to the Desert Mounted Corps sits atop Mt Clarence, the memorial is a 9-metre bronze statue of an Australian mounted soldier assisting a New Zealand soldier whose horse has been wounded with an impressive military museum which will easily fill a full day as there is many things to do and see.
Western Australia is synonymous with its beautiful beaches and conversely its red, arid deserts, but usually completely separate from each other. Albany has a mix of both settings, with the cooling ocean to the west and the enigmatic beauty of national parks and eco reserves close by. There are numerous coves and secluded beaches to explore, as the wash of the waves extends out into the Southern Ocean. The world-renowned Cottesloe Beach in Perth boasts some of the most serene bluey green hue to the water, conversely the silver shine to the ocean waters off Albany is something to be witnessed and much different from anything experienced in the state's capital.

Many a nation, including; America, Britain, and France have whaled from the port city, with the industry peaking in 1845. In its prime whaling days, Albany had 300 ships from various countries docking along Australia’s southwest coast. The numbers of vessels started to decline after 1859 when the oil boom called ships home to the Americas. The deep-water port which famously witnessed the birth and death of the whaling industry is still a hub of activity, but the town is more about tourism, and the welcome mat is out.

Perhaps the most welcome addition to the town in recent years has been the boom on the local dining scene. Fine dining and variety are usually hallmarks of capital cities; however, Albany puts its exceptional local produce to work with extensive options for diners. York Street has become famous for its Souvlaki lunch, and you can also grab a vintage ale to take away from one of the local breweries on Stirling Terrace. The spice trade is also alive and kicking, partnered with odes to classic traditions and the arts. The town hall holds photographic exhibitions and the local haunts are welcoming and open till late, with the tunes going well into the night.

If a generous, restful night’s sleep is more your speed then retire to your unit with a view. Fall asleep to the soothing sounds of rolling waves, as the tides of the southern ocean lap up onto Middleton beach. If you’re an early riser you’ll be in for a treat, with inspiring sunrises enticing your inner photographer. Whether you’re photographing the catch of the day, capturing your peace of serenity at Torndirrup national park or picking a vantage point on the peninsula, there are a myriad of photogenic perch’s and subjects.

A trip to the foreshore reveals another piece of Australian history, a replica of the brig Amity is on display to explore. The original Amity sailed from Sydney on 9th November 1826, carrying a party under the command of Major Edmund Lockyer, who had orders to form a settlement at King George Sound. The building of the replica began in 1975 under the careful eye of local boat builder Stan Austin. Other local craftsmen joined the team, with the aim of making the replica the focal point of celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the brig's arrival. When you visit this full-size replica, try to imagine more than 50 men, together with stores, sheep and pigs, sharing this small vessel in a difficult journey taking over six weeks. The Amity replica is open from 9.30am to 4pm daily, located at Albany Historical Precinct, off Princess Royal Drive, Albany.

Top 10 Attractions in Albany

For a well-deserved break in beautiful Albany, you can step out the door of our Holiday Homes and you would have already started your adventure. Our Holiday Homes, of which there are six (available year-round) are located directly opposite Middleton Beach. The front units have Ocean views, are fully self-contained and perfect for either a mid-week getaway during the holidays, a long weekend or stay even longer and really get to know the locals. But once you get over the great location you can really immerse yourself in Albany and you can’t go past these wonderful activities.

1. The Gap, Natural Bridge and Blowholes – Fantastic wonders of Mother Nature that will just amaze you. But, yes, it is extremely dangerous so please stay on the paths and stay safe while being completely amazed at the raw power of nature and some spectacular views.

2. The Albany Wind Farm – Only 12km out of the town centre, the turbines will tower over you when you walk through the network of boardwalks. Creating 75% of Albany’s electricity it is an interesting place to visit.

3. Snorkeling and Scuba Driving –Two Peoples Bay has some of the best soft coral for you to see, or if you want something more adventurous, the HMAS Perth is the first Artificial Dive Reef and is becoming a new home for many species of fish and marine life that you will be able to explore.

4. Tree Top Walk – About 90km from Albany is the 38-meter-high tree top walk. All ages can view the canopy to the magnificent towering Karri and Tingle trees. Walking on the tree top walk or below on the boardwalks will give you a different perspective of the shape, size, sounds and movements of the trees. No visit to Walpole would be complete without an Eco cruise through the Walpole Nornalup Marine Park. Your trip will take you through Denmark, where you can visit an Alpaca Farm which has an amazing collection of different animals and Dinosaur World. Greens Pool at Williams Bay is a must for photographic enthusiasts.

5. Albany Farmer’s Market – It is a social event for many, the catching up, the chatter and genuine good nature is evident all morning. It is an uplifting community experience, brought about by the simple sharing of being able to choose first class fresh food.

6. The Stirling Ranges – Climb Bluff Knoll and other peaks or have a picnic and benefit from the fresh air and the superb nature. There are many different bush walks and hikes to do depending on skill and time. The only difficulty is deciding which one you would like to go on.

7. Fishing – Cast out from a jetty or just from the beach, and don’t forget that there are also fishing charters available. Now you just need to find that lucky spot of your own.

8. Whale Watching – In the season between June to September, Albany is a renowned spot to catch a glimpse of the whales. While you’re waiting, visit Whale World and take an interactive journey through the site of what was the last operating whaling station in Australia, supported by a series of audio visual displays, artifacts and whaling history. A path that weaves around the side of Middleton Beach is often a great vantage point for viewing the Whales as they frolic in the beautiful clear water.

9. Mt Romance – Visitors can take a free tour, shop in the international showroom, and sample the beautiful sandalwood beauty products. For more romance, as you head out of the City towards Middleton Beach you will discover the Old Strawberry Hill Farm, a National Trust property. It was the first Pioneer Farm in West Australia and a great place to enjoy a Devonshire tea.

10. Relax – Don’t forget to relax, in the unit, on the beach or having a coffee at the nearby cafes. That’s what holidays are all about, to have fun, new experiences and relax! Explore the richness and beauty of Albany whilst discovering the meaning of true relaxation. Indulge in a glass of local sparkling wine whilst gazing onto the breathtaking views encapsulated by nature, history, and lifestyle.

The ambiance of Western Australia’s South West was made for the perfect getaway. This dynamic destination offers a balance of history, culture and unique experiences whilst featuring some of the most rugged and awe-inspiring scenery in Australia. If that is not enough, the region boasts some of the finest food and premium wine production that will tantalize anyone’s taste buds. The best way to discover the unique Great Southern region is by taking the scenic road trip down to Albany and begin your next adventure.

If you’ve been thinking of taking a trip to the southwest, put it off no longer. We think you’ll find that Albany has grown into a vibrant town with a flourishing art scene, fantastic local produce, local dining, and idyllic scenery. Book now and begin the adventure.

Property Features

  1. Non-Smoking Rooms
  2. Guest Laundry
  3. Kitchenette
  4. Free Parking
  5. Air Conditioning
  6. Shared Bathroom Facilities
  7. Drying Room
  8. Street parking
  9. Fresh linen supplied
  10. Coastal Walks, Fish, Kayaking, Sailing
  11. Non-Smoking Property

Accommodation Details

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 1 Standard

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Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 1

  1. Non-Smoking
  2. Fridge - Fullsize
  3. Iron/Ironing board
  4. Television
  5. Views
  6. Double Bed
  7. Fully equipped kitchen
  8. Kitchen
  9. Toaster
  10. Cots Available
  11. Outdoor Setting
  12. Shower - separate
  13. Stove top
  14. Linen and Towels Provided
  15. Lounge Area
  16. Oven
  17. Heating
  18. Tea/Coffee Making
  19. Verandah
  20. Washer and Dryer
  21. 2 Single Beds
  22. Barbeque
  23. Large Balcony/Terrace
  24. Contemporary Interior
  25. Microwave
  26. Seafront Front Terrace
  27. High Chair Available
  28. Laundry Facilities
  29. Linen provided
  30. Dining Setting

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 2 Standard

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 2 Standard Book

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 2

  1. Non-Smoking
  2. Fridge - Fullsize
  3. Iron/Ironing board
  4. Television
  5. Views
  6. Double Bed
  7. Fully equipped kitchen
  8. Kitchen
  9. Toaster
  10. Cots Available
  11. Outdoor Setting
  12. Shower - separate
  13. Stove top
  14. Linen and Towels Provided
  15. Lounge Area
  16. Oven
  17. Heating
  18. Tea/Coffee Making
  19. Verandah
  20. Washer and Dryer
  21. 2 Single Beds
  22. Barbeque
  23. Large Balcony/Terrace
  24. Contemporary Interior
  25. Microwave
  26. Seafront Front Terrace
  27. High Chair Available
  28. Laundry Facilities
  29. Linen provided
  30. Dining Setting

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 3 Standard

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 3 Standard Book

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 3

  1. Non-Smoking
  2. Fridge - Fullsize
  3. Iron/Ironing board
  4. Television
  5. Views
  6. Double Bed
  7. Fully equipped kitchen
  8. Kitchen
  9. Toaster
  10. Cots Available
  11. Outdoor Setting
  12. Shower - separate
  13. Stove top
  14. Linen and Towels Provided
  15. Lounge Area
  16. Oven
  17. Heating
  18. Tea/Coffee Making
  19. Verandah
  20. Washer and Dryer
  21. 2 Single Beds
  22. Barbeque
  23. Large Balcony/Terrace
  24. Contemporary Interior
  25. Microwave
  26. Seafront Front Terrace
  27. High Chair Available
  28. Laundry Facilities
  29. Linen provided
  30. Dining Setting

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 4 Standard

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 4 Standard Book

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 4

  1. Non-Smoking
  2. Fridge - Fullsize
  3. Iron/Ironing board
  4. Toaster
  5. Cots Available
  6. Double Bed
  7. Fully equipped kitchen
  8. Kitchen
  9. Linen and Towels Provided
  10. Lounge Area
  11. Outdoor Setting
  12. Shower - separate
  13. Tea/Coffee Making
  14. Verandah
  15. Washer and Dryer
  16. Oven
  17. Heating
  18. Large Balcony/Terrace
  19. Contemporary Interior
  20. Microwave
  21. 2 Single Beds
  22. Barbeque
  23. Laundry Facilities
  24. Linen provided
  25. Dining Setting
  26. Seafront Front Terrace
  27. High Chair Available
  28. Television
  29. Views

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 5 Standard

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 5 Standard Book

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 5

  1. Non-Smoking
  2. Fridge - Fullsize
  3. Iron/Ironing board
  4. Television
  5. Views
  6. Double Bed
  7. Fully equipped kitchen
  8. Kitchen
  9. Toaster
  10. Cots Available
  11. Outdoor Setting
  12. Shower - separate
  13. Stove top
  14. Linen and Towels Provided
  15. Lounge Area
  16. Oven
  17. Heating
  18. Tea/Coffee Making
  19. Verandah
  20. Washer and Dryer
  21. 2 Single Beds
  22. Barbeque
  23. Large Balcony/Terrace
  24. Contemporary Interior
  25. Microwave
  26. Seafront Front Terrace
  27. High Chair Available
  28. Laundry Facilities
  29. Linen provided
  30. Dining Setting

API WA Middleton Beach Front Apartment Albany

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 6 Standard

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 6 Standard Book

Middleton Beach Front Apartments Albany - Unit 6

  1. Non-Smoking
  2. Fridge - Fullsize
  3. Iron/Ironing board
  4. Television
  5. Views
  6. Double Bed
  7. Fully equipped kitchen
  8. Kitchen
  9. Toaster
  10. Cots Available
  11. Outdoor Setting
  12. Shower - separate
  13. Stove top
  14. Linen and Towels Provided
  15. Lounge Area
  16. Oven
  17. Heating
  18. Tea/Coffee Making
  19. Verandah
  20. Washer and Dryer
  21. 2 Single Beds
  22. Barbeque
  23. Large Balcony/Terrace
  24. Contemporary Interior
  25. Microwave
  26. Seafront Front Terrace
  27. High Chair Available
  28. Laundry Facilities
  29. Linen provided
  30. Dining Setting

Terms & Conditions

Please read the following carefully as these terms and conditions constitute an agreement between you the ‘guest/visitor/member’ and the ‘property/membership/reward club’ owner Australian Post-Tel Institute of WA, known herein as APIWA & trading as Reward Club. Acceptance of these terms and conditions is achieved by the guest/visitor/member joining or booking a holiday home either over the phone or by internet, clicking an "I agree" button on a web page, joining APIWA as a member in any form or attending as a guest at a holiday home, no physical signature is required.

HOLIDAY HOME (STA) TERMS & CONDITIONS

This is a Short-Term Accommodation (STA) Licence, not a Tenancy – Any booking with APIWA is not a residential tenancy agreement under residential tenancy legislation. Failure to comply with any of the guest's fundamental obligations and the terms and conditions of the property may result in immediate termination and eviction. Refunds will not be paid on terminated occupancies and damages may be sought. Any infringement will result in the occupant being required to immediately vacate the premises & forfeiting their booking and any bond amount held.

1. Council Law - Please note that due to licensing provisions imposed by local shires & councils the use of the premises is only for the quiet enjoyment of occupants and there is a restriction on the number of occupants using the premises as advised at the time of booking.
2. Arrival/departure - CHECK-IN is strictly after 2 pm on the day of arrival, CHECK OUT prior to 10.00am on the day of departure. No more than the number of adults and children indicated at the time of booking are permitted to occupy units.
3. Keys - Keys will be available at the property upon arrival unless otherwise advised. The guest will be provided with details of the key location and/or access codes via email after final payment has been made (and a credit card is on file for the guest bond). Keys should be returned as per instructions provided. Should the keys not be returned, the guest will be liable for any charge incurred in gaining entry and/or replacing keys and changing locks if necessary, plus a processing fee (with a minimum charge of $110).
4. Linen/cleaning – It is requested that the house, including the BBQ, is left in a clean and tidy condition, a basic holiday clean is not included in the rental price and must be conducted by the guest. You must leave the unit in a clean and tidy condition. This includes sweeping floors, cleaning and returning what you have used in the kitchen, toilet and bathroom areas. The tidiness of the area surrounding the unit is also the tenant’s responsibility. While occupancy includes a clean of surfaces and linen any additional cleaning necessary by the caretaker and/or a professional cleaner will be charged to the occupant. A deep clean for the next guest will be carried out once the property has been vacated. Linen, tea towels and bath towels are provided for all guests. Beach towels are not provided.
5. Usage - The guest or member booking the unit is responsible for the conduct of all occupants and guests, ensuring that no inconvenience is caused to other tenants or residents in adjoining properties. No commercial, illegal or public nuisance activity is to take place at the property. No tents, caravans and other structures are to be erected or occupied at the property.
6. Responsibility - The responsible renter must be at least 21 years of age, guests under 21 are of course welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Caretakers and staff may randomly spot check in on residents to ensure the safe, quiet enjoyment of the premises and that the property is being used in line with these terms and conditions. Schoolies/under 21 bookings are STRICTLY NOT PERMITTED. If an unauthorized function is held at the property the bond processed for the booking will be retained and additional fees to cover the standard function fee, min. $2,000 may apply. Noisy Neighbour Policy – APIWA support a noisy neighbour policy and as such our contracted security company or staff will respond to noise complaints from neighbours, residents, and other holidaymakers in relation to our managed properties. They may also access any security camera feeds in the common areas and provide surveillance services. If a complaint of excessive noise or anti-social behaviour is received, security will be dispatched to investigate and may result in a minimum $250.00 call-out charge. If a second security call-out with a fee payable is received at any time during a guest’s stay, all guests at the premises will be evicted from the premises by security without refund of rent or bond. You and other occupants agree to abide by all applicable parking restrictions and limitations.
7. Inspections - Our team thoroughly inspect each home and contents between each guest. You become financially responsible for any and all damage and loss to the property and its contents from the date and time you check in, to the date and time you check out. To avoid erroneous blame, you are required to immediately notify our team if anything is amiss when you arrive at the property. All items in the units that are damaged or soiled (incl. mattresses, TV’s, beds & furniture), will be replaced at the expense of the member. Any electrical and plumbing issues, or complaints, should be referred, in the first instance to the caretaker. In some instances, immediate repairs may be beyond our control, and no responsibility is accepted by APIWA for these circumstances. No compensation will be negotiated due to the failure of any services, equipment or other contents provided at the premises. APIWA reserves the right to access units to attend to maintenance issues as may be required from time to time. Occupants will be notified where possible.
8. Pets – All pets are STRICTLY NOT permitted. Any pets found in a ‘non-pet friendly’ accommodation property will result in the termination of the booking and additional cleaning charges will be debited to your card or deducted from your bond to cover cleaning & fumigation.
9. Smoking - is STRICTLY NOT permitted inside the units or common areas; however, space has been allocated in the rear of the property, 5 meters from the unit common area. Any damages caused by smoking on or inside the premises will be deducted from the guest bond.
10. Parking – 1 dedicated car bay is provided at each location for each unit. Please park with courtesy to other occupants. On-street parking is not provided or guaranteed for guests or visitors. APIWA cannot be held responsible or liable for any fines or penalties incurred by guests or visitors from parking on the street (where local parking restrictions apply). Parking campervans, caravans and trailers (with or without boats) on a residential street at a holiday home is not permitted under any circumstances. Guests will be required to remove any campervans, caravans or trailers. If a guest fails to comply, the item may be towed away at the guest’s expense. The violation of terms and conditions may also result in guest eviction and loss of rent and bond.
11. Movement of Items within/between properties – APIWA has a strict policy on moving items (plates, cutlery, glasses etc) or furniture (indoor or outdoor) within a property, or in the case of bookings across multiple properties, from property to property. Movements may cause unnecessary damage to items and the property itself and can cause excess cleaning time due to complex housekeeping inventory checks. Any damages/excess cleaning caused by movement of items or furniture will be deducted from either the bond paid, or extra charges will apply for these items to be replaced.
12. Children – No responsibility will be taken for children staying at or visiting the property. Please supervise carefully, always taking into consideration fencing, dams, stairs, verandahs, driveways, balconies and cleaning chemicals.
13. Third party services – Should you engage the services of a third party during your stay such as a caterer, beautician, massage therapist etc, it is your responsibility to ensure that they adhere to these terms and conditions and hold appropriate Public Liability insurance.
14. Internet - Depending on the location of the property there may be weak signal strength. The guest will not hold APIWA liable for any disruption to these services.
15. Recreational Activities – Under no circumstances are the following activities permitted at any of our properties: motorbikes, dirt bikes, quad bikes, use of firearms or air rifles, fireworks.
16. Security – To prevent theft of or damage to furnishings or your personal property, you agree to close and lock doors and windows when you are not present at the property and at check out. Should you not be able to secure the property you should contact us immediately. If the property has a key safe, please use it during your stay.
17. Rubbish – ALL food and rubbish must be placed in the bins provided and food scraps wrapped as required by the Health Department bylaws. Rubbish collection and excess rubbish - APIWA request guests put all rubbish in the appropriate bins provided outside no later than the night before collection.
18. Links - Links to and from the site or bookings made via other third-party sites, or sites maintained by third parties, do not constitute an endorsement by APIWA of any third parties, the third-party sites or the contents thereof. We may also provide tools to allow interaction between the site and a third-party site, such as a social media site. We are not responsible in any way for such third-party sites, claims, offers, terms, and conditions of use or resources.
19. Property - We have taken great care to describe your holiday accommodation to you as accurately as possible. We cannot, however, accept responsibility for incorrect descriptions, errors or omissions.
20. Substitution of property - At times, situations arise over which we have no control such as ownership changes, properties on the market, extensive repairs or maintenance, or if properties are removed from the holiday rental market. We reserve the right to offer guests alternate accommodation of a similar standard, as available, at our discretion. In the unlikely event, we will notify you as soon as possible and make every reasonable effort to ensure you are satisfied. We cannot guarantee accommodation and, should an alternative not be found, you will be refunded. You hereby agree that, in this case, you will accept the refund as an acceptable outcome.
21. Indemnify – Guests actions, conduct and safety are the responsibility of the guests. APIWA do not condone: unsafe, irresponsible or illegal actions/behaviour etc. on or off the premises, during a stay or at any other time. A condition of entering and/or staying at this property means that all guests understand and agree to indemnify APIWA against any responsibility or action(s) (legal or other), due to any action(s), incident(s), loss or injury(s) while within or outside of the premises (including, but not limited to, the grounds, facilities, structures, etc.) during a stay or at any other time.
APIWA do not accept liability for any personal loss or injury to the guest/s during the rental period, including that caused by events beyond our control. Events may include, but are not limited to; adverse weather, fire, flood, traffic or flight delays, war, terrorist activity, civil disobedience, or other force majeure and no refund or credit will be offered under these circumstances.
22. Wildlife - Our properties are maintained and cleaned regularly, however, APIWA do not accept liability for visits of any wildlife including, but not limited to; rodents, insects, cockroaches, kangaroos, wombats, snakes and spiders.
23. Equipment - APIWA do not accept liability or loss caused by failure of equipment and/or services out of our control, including, but not limited to, water, electricity, gas and internet. In the event of a failure, the guest should notify our team in the first instance. Any problems that arise during the rental period that do not constitute an emergency as determined by APIWA, will be remedied at any time during or after the rental period, at the sole discretion of APIWA. APIWA and/or its representatives reserve the right to enter the property at any time, without notice, to protect and/or undertake maintenance of the property. We will provide notice to the guests wherever possible.
24. Limited Liability – To the maximum extent permitted by law, in no case shall APIWA, nor its affiliates, officers, employees, or directors be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages or for any damages for death, personal or bodily injury, emotional distress or damage to property, arising out of or in connection with your stay. This limitation applies to all claims for damages including negligence even if APIWA has been advised of the possibility of such.
25. Refusal - APIWA reserve the right to revoke or refuse to honor any holiday accommodation booking, at any time before or during the holiday rental period, which may in their opinion (and at their sole discretion) be unsuitable for the property.
26. Please read carefully. When you make a reservation with us, these conditions are deemed to have been accepted by all guests that stay at the property. The Caretaker is authorised to ensure that tenants comply with these Terms and Conditions.

Payment Policy

1. Membership - Only members of API can book accommodation at an API reward club holiday home, as such by booking your stay you are also accepting the terms and conditions of membership. If you book at ‘non-member rates’, a % of your booking fee will be attributed to a 12-month temporary membership and membership fee with APIWA. Please see the membership terms and conditions for more information.
2. Minimum - Bookings are made with a min two nights and max bookings two weeks.
3. Deposit - A minimum non-refundable deposit of 30% is required upon making a booking, with the balance being paid at least eight weeks prior to the first day of tenancy. If the booking is made with less than eight weeks’ notice, 100% payment in full is due at the time of booking. Bookings will only be confirmed upon receipt of payment in full.
4. Accessories - Cots, high chairs, BBQ access and casual bedding is available by prior arrangement at no charge.
5. Allocation - Unit allocation is made randomly at the time of booking and any change will only be made in the event of unforeseen circumstances. If a booking is cancelled, transferred to a different date or otherwise changed at the request of a member, a fee applies. APIWA reserves the right to change bookings where repairs or maintenance are required or should circumstances make it necessary.
6. Bookings – Bookings are NOT transferable to anyone else and subletting is NOT permitted. The member making the booking must be personally staying at the unit throughout the booking. The APIWA quality "star" rating is self-rated and based on our judgement of place in the market.
7. Payment - a) Credit Card Payments - A payment processing fee applies to credit card payments (subject to change in accordance with financial institutions and relevant laws). A non-refundable service fee applies to all credit card payments. b) Credit Card Terms - Paying online with a Credit Card is the most secure way to book with APIWA. From the moment your payment information is entered, APIWA protects your credit card details and associated personal information using encryption and information is maintained PCI Compliant. c) APIWA will save guest’s credit card details and reserves the right to charge the nominated credit card in matters involving the security bond for incidents which result in certain losses or expenses, including, processing payments on the due dates, but not limited to the following, at cost: Excess cleaning, removal of excess garbage, boxes, bottles etc; Cleaning fee for unclean BBQs ($50) not cleaned thoroughly by the guest prior to departure; Telephone/Internet charges (invoice cost) Including charging any pay per view program that has not been paid for by the guest in advance. ; Replacement of lost keys, remote controls (including charging the guest for the supply of duplicate keys or re-entry/rekeying at cost or our call out fee); Due to our strict no party policy, after hours security call out or patron dispersion and security attendance costs. If APIWA finds evidence of a party or function at the property, $2000 charge per offence.; A tradesperson/ staff member or other attends the property to fix an issue that is deemed to be caused by the guest (invoice cost); Charge at cost to repair or replace if there is malicious, deliberate or negligent damage to the property damages/ breakages to the property (at cost); Charge at cost to steam clean carpets, furnishings, linens etc if pets have been allowed on furniture or in/on beds, or there is evidence of smoking inside the property, including the removal of unauthorised pets at the property and any associated costs.; Any other incidental charges that may be incurred as per our terms and conditions which shall be deemed to form part of this agreement. We will only charge the guests’ card in accordance with our terms and conditions and any applicable Australian Laws. All charges will be subject to a service fee equivalent to the merchant fee paid by APIWA. Guests can dispute charges in writing to the CEO and provide evidence to back their claims. While guests are not entitled to a refund of extra charges at the CEO’s discretion, some or all may be refunded.
8. Bond - Some bookings incur a $500 bond. If there is damage, missing items or issues with the condition of the unit after the booking then this $500 will NOT be refunded and further damages may be sought from the responsible member/ occupants. The CEO may at any time decline a booking or apply any additional conditions deemed necessary, including the imposition of a bond of up to $5,000 per booking and charge for repairs. Bonds will be released to your account/credit card after your departure from the property as long as there are no issues during the stay.
9. Holiday Home Fee Increases - APIWA reserves the right at any time to increase any or all fees.
10. Property tariffs may change online at any time, day to day, unit to unit without notice. Members are liable for the booking fee that they agreed to at the time of the initial 30% deposit payment. A member cannot claim a refund, or expect to pay less for their booked unit, where an alternative unit has been advertised at a lower price for the same period. From time to time ‘last minute’ deals may be offered to increase occupancy to the benefit of the entire membership. Likewise, a member will not be asked to pay more for their unit if an alternative is booked at a higher price and the members deposit payment is locked in and secured the unit.

Cancellation Policy

1. Cancellations/Refunds/fees - If you cancel your booking you will lose your 30% deposit. The remaining 70% of the booking value will be refunded based on the successful resale of the booking that we held for you in good faith. That means it will not be refunded unless the booking is filled by another guest paying the same rate at the same days for the same unit. If the property is rebooked for only part of the original booking dates then a pro-rata refund will be made at APIWA’s discretion. Non-payment - Cancellation of an arrangement due to non-payment of the balance by the due dates will result in the loss of all monies. All guests are advised that their card will be charged if they cancel and guests must accept that condition. In the event that a booking needs to be modified – the guest is liable for any extra costs. Both APIWA and the guest are released from the contract if there is a crisis (bushfire natural disaster the accommodation has been destroyed) and if authorities have advised that the area is not safe to enter. Cancellations due to poor or less-than-ideal weather does not constitute a crisis. Transferring - Guests transferring dates must pay the difference in rates if they rebook dates at a higher premium, and book for more days. Repeated requests for transfer will incur a $50 fee every time.
2. Unforeseen circumstances - If due to repairs maintenance and unforeseeable circumstances the unit can no longer be provided at your booking time APIWA will take all reasonable actions to offer alternative accommodation should this occur. There may be a shortfall that the guest may be refunded the money they have provided in order to source alternative accommodation.
3. Bad Book register – APIWA maintains a Bad Book register. By accepting this booking you hereby agree that if you or any occupant covered by this booking including any guests breach our terms and conditions your name phone number and email address along with details of the breach/breaches may be disclosed to other short-term accommodation suppliers/providers. APIWA reserves the right to refuse or cancel a booking and /or a specific guest if the guest or booking may be registered on Bad Books with an alternative short-term accommodation supplier/provider.
4. Lost property – Guests are solely responsible for their belongings whilst staying at the property and are required to take the usual steps to prevent any property loss including locking premises and vehicles when not attended. If personal property is left behind it is the guest’s responsibility to arrange its return by providing APIWA with a suitable prepaid satchel or by collecting the item from one of our holiday home locations. If items not claimed within 30 days they will be disposed of.

Other APIWA T&C's apply to all bookings

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