Things to do in Albany WA
From our early history to our natural beauty,
Albany WA is a place you will want to visit again.
Activities on offer in Albany include Cycling, walking, surfing, sailing, Golfing, fishing or birdwatching. Cycling options include a map of Albany's top 10 rides.
Albany WA offers a wide range of attractions & activities for all ages.
If you are looking for things to do in the Albany region, look no further than this website.
where you can discover our whaling history and view a historic whaling boat and the machinery and buildings used in days gone by. During the whale season (Aug - Oct) cruises operate from the Princess Royal Harbour out to the King George Sound. In addition to whales, you will see seals, dolphins and a great variety of Old Whaling StationIf you love to get into the outdoors with the family, we recommend you take a day out and visit the sea birds.
While you are visiting the Whaling station, also take the kids to see Albany's only Koala Bear and an array of fascinating local native animals such as the Southern Hairy Nose Wombat, Brush Tail Possums, Grey Headed Flying Foxes and Southern Brown Bandicoots. Also on display are native owls and birds of the area.
Visit our beaches and surf pages to get local knowledge about where the best surf breaks are and where to swim safely. Fishing spots abound in our rivers, beaches and waterways. Check our fishing guide pages for the best spots to try.
waterways. and is a must see with its state of the art installations and stories about our soldiers and their experiences here and abroad. Albany's natural environment is pristine and geographically exciting with its granite coastline, rivers, lakes National Anzac CentreThe Its a great place to explore either on foot or by car or boat.
A strong feature of the Albany landscape is her history. The Old Farm at Strawberry Hill opens its gardens and buildings daily to the public for viewing. The Patric Taylor cottage is another of our hidden treasures. Also visit the Old Goal, the Residency Museum and the many historic buildings along Stirling Terrace.