Commemorations are taking place between 2014 - 2018
We will remember them.
Albany lays claim to initating the annual ANZAC Dawn Service tradition
.Albany isby visiting the National Anzac Centre, the Fortress Military Museum and Anzac Peace Park during the 2014-2018 commemorative period,
Albany will continue to commemorate the Anzac Centenary however visitors can experience the ANZAC legend at any time during the year on their way to the battlefields of the First World War.
a significant pilgrimage destination for both national and international visitors
who wish to discover more about the ANZAC legend.
On 1 November 1914, Albany was the final departure point for the first ANZAC troops
Albany History + Highlights TourTAKE A TOUR
Join the Busy Blue Bus for this enriching tour.
'Our story is Australia's story' A journey through time including a visit to the National ANZAC Centre and relaxation over coffee and cake at Middleton Beach.
Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
Convey Walk and LookoutThe Convoy Walk connects the parade ground of Princess Royal Fortress to the Convoy Lookout at the summit of Mt Adelaide. The Walk and Lookout feature interpretive markers bearing detailed information about the ships of the first and second Anzac convoys. The Convoy Lookout provides spectacular views over King George Sound where troops gathered on ships before departing for the First World War.
National ANZAC CentreAlbany's unique and new National ANZAC Centre is now open to the public with a stunning and moving interactive experience that allows the visitor to follow a soldiers journey.
70 Forts Rd, Mount Clarence Albany WA 6330
PH 08 9841 9369