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The Tree Top Walk is 600-metres with a very slight gradient, suitable all ages, wheelchairs, strollers. Location: Off the South Coast Highway, Nornalup, between Denmark & Walpole email@example.com PH 08 9840 8263 Click on the image for details.
Ancient Empire boardwalk takes you along the forest floor close to the 400 year old giant trees. Location: Valley of the Giants Road off the South Coast Hgwy, Nornalup, between Denmark & Walpole. firstname.lastname@example.org PH 08 9840 8263 Click on the image for details.
Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum. A treasure trove of military memorabilia & information. Forts Rd, Albany WA 6330 www.albany.wa.gov.au/facilities/princess-royal-fortress / PH 08 9841 9369
Experience the beauty of the Stirling mountain landscape, its diverse flora and the challenge of climbing Bluff Knoll. You can enjoy the environment surrounding the climb with an easy walk in the wildflowers or appreciate the view from your car.
From Albany, take the Chesterpass road to The Lilly near the Stirling Ranges. Tours available by appointment, accommodation and a restaurant (bookings only). 9793 Chester Pass Road, Amelup WA 6338 email@example.com PH 08 9827 9205
Porongurup Range is a fascinating & mysterious place. A dense tall forest, birds & wildlife. It is a place of incredible biodiversity with 750 native plant species in an area of just 2600 hectares. Gentle walks, picnic or climbs.
The Boardwalk begins at Middleton Beach & follows the coast south. Overlooks King George Sound & passes the Ataturk Channel. Whales May-Oct. Historic cottage ruin, bronze Baudin bust. See bandicoots, skinks, birdlife & wildflowers Aug-Oct.
A beautiful place to spend a couple of hours. Bird hides to watch a great many bird species on the lake. Click on the image for details.
Stirling Range Beef, Frankland River Pork, Amelia Park Lamb, eggs, honey & delicious curated delicacies worth seeking out on your next trip east of Albany. 191 Chesterpass Rd. (Turn in OPPOSITE Harvey Norman, (with Elders on the cnr) end of road on right!). Tues-Fri 9-5, Sat 9-12
Visit the Gap, Albany's premier attraction. Walk to the edge of the abyss and look down to the ocean below (from behind the safety barriers!). A great place to visit on a fine day and more dramatic in stormy weather. Stick to the pathways for safety, take no chances with children.
TOUR AVAILABLE DAILY '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.)
TOURS AVAILABLE DAILY Albany and the Great Southern offer a wide range of unique experiences from the killer whale expedition to our breweries, wineries and fresh local produce. Step into an ancient forest or walk the way of the Anzacs and discover our history and traditions.
Take in views of the Ataturk Channel from Marine Drive just 5 minutes from town. Whales are sometimes visible in the channel (Aug - Oct). View the islands in King George Sound, sweeping around to Middleton Beach. Finish at Middleton Beach for a swim or cafe.
Take a 10 minute scenic drive from the town centre around Mt Clarence for spectacular views of King George Sound, Ataturk Channel & Princess Royal Harbour. Stopping points along the way. Arrive at Middleton Beach & stay for a coffee.
Whale watching happens in Albany between July - October. Tours depart from the dock opposite the Albany Entertainment Centre. Experience a close encounter with these beautiful creatures from the deep.
Albany is now a significant pilgrimage destination to experience the ANZAC legend. The National ANZAC Centre 70 Forts Rd, Mount Clarence WA 6330 PH 08 9841 9369
Visiting the Gap is a breathtaking experience. Drive 15 mins from Albany town centre along Frenchmans Bay Road, follow the signs to The Gap. Once there take great care, especially with children, stick to the pathways.
Family fun. Birds, guinea pigs, rabbits, chickens, donkeys, emus, donkey & ponies. Guided Segway tour. Nippers Cafe for lunch & morning & afternoon teas. Seafood available. 304 Two People’s Bay Road, Albany firstname.lastname@example.org / PH 08 9846 4239
Discover a stunning Botanic Garden of West Australian wildflowers and a display offering visitors a close up experience with friendly Australian wildlife at Discovery Bay. Whaling Station Rd, Frenchman Bay Albany WA 6330 PH 08 9844 4021 Click on image for details.
This park is close to the town centre on the harbour's edge and near the Entertainment Centre. A peaceful and reflective place to walk with ANZAC commemorative installations along the way.
Our beaches and swimming lagoons are sensational. Discover where they are, including some best kept secrets! Click on image for details.
Albany's cool climate produces lush gardens and flowerings. Find all our green places for picnics, walks and to appreciate nature. (pictured here, The Old Farm at Strawberry Hill) Click on image for details.
Birds, guinea pigs, rabbits, chickens, donkeys, emus, donkey and ponies. Guided Segway tour, all ages. Cafe / seafood. Old Marron Farm, 304 Two People’s Bay Road, Albany WA 6330 / email@example.com / PH 08 9846 4239
A comprehensive list of Albany attractions to keep you busy
Whilst the Albany region in WA affords a great many attractions and activities, we have compiled a list of the top contenders for you to choose from. With a little bit of something for everyone, we’re confident you’ll be able to find something for the whole family to enjoy.