On the cool Southcoast of Western Australia
Come for a weekend soon.
Visit our south coast & experience new pleasures and disciver cool temperate gardens.
St Johns ChurchA classic cottage garden surrounds St Johns Church, located at Lower York Street. A beautiful place for quiet reflection or to stop and smell the roses.
Eyre ParkNear Middleton Beach has an extensive childrens play area, protected gazebo for group picnics & public BBQ's.
Historic GardensThe historic precinct around the centre of town has many historic homes with elegant gardens which do well in the cooler climate of Albany. This garden pictured is in Melville Street.
Strawberry Hill FarmWA's first wheat crop was planted at the old farm. Walk the heritage garden and enjoy an extensive collection of hydrangeas & European trees. A peaceful interesting garden experience.
174 Middleton Road, Albany WA 6330
PH 08 9841 3735
ANZAC Peace Park (view East)This park is beautifully landscaped and located at the town's foreshore precinct. Walk along the pathways and around the town harbour area. Plaques displaying ANZAC history are located throughout the gardens. There is also a whispering wall commemorating fallen soldiers.
This park is located along the foreshore of the Princess Royal Harbour at the foot of the town's main street (York St).
Lawely ParkOverlooking the Princess Royal Harbour and nearby to the tennis courts. An elevated park with topiary and roses, advanced trees and lawns. Perfect for a peaceful picnic on a calm day.
Located on Brunswick Road (Western end) quite close to the centre of town. Note: Brunswick road is the extension of Stirling Terrace.
Alison Hartman GardensAn old oak tree sits at the rear of this park, a beautiful place to rest. The park has native plants, a sculpture garden and the Mokare statue.
Located in York Street (North).