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Local chainsaw sculpture artist


Visit Darrel Radcliffe's Sculpture Drive

333 Mercer Road, Albany / Open Daily from 8am - 5pm


Darrel is a chainsaw artist who has carved sculptures for local gardens & parks such as Emu Point, Eyre Park and Cull Park.
Darrel has won prizes at the Plantagenet Art Prize, York Show, Albany Show, Denmark Fine Wood Competition and  Porongurup Art in the Park show. He has opened a unique sculpture drive on his Albany property where he creates his large timber artworks. Tour busses are welcome to visit the Sculpture Drive, entry is free, please stay inside your vehicle
(an appreciation box is on site).

Visit Darrel's facebook page.




Music: 'Rockabilly Jo' by Tim Renwick

Story produced by Ron Kowald and Suzannah Lyons.


Book Accommodation direct with locally owned and operated Albany hotels.

Use this website to find locally owned accomodation and book direct with the owner, rather than booking through a third party and paying fees to a multi-national business.

Albany has a variety of beautiful natural settings for camping.


When you arrive in Albany, call in at the Visitor Centre in York Street (the main street). There is parking for caravans out front, but it may be easier to park around the corner depending upon traffic. You can also access the Visitor Centre from a pathway that leads from a carpark at the back of the building. 


Discover our best events and things to do in Albany, WA


Discover our best attractions, things to do and places to shop in Albany, WA. Visit our Tours page and find a tour to suit your taste & destination.
Find Albany’s most popular attractions like white sand beaches, best fishing & best walks .

If you are looking for bars or breweries, check out our listings for a wide range of albany venues, many have live music as well.

And if shopping is what you would like do, head over to our shopping page. There you will find a collection of Albany’s top gift stores. Albany is a wonderful place to be for a few days or a week or more. We have such a wide range of attractions to entertain and delight our visitors. Take for instance the natural beauty of the area. 

Our Beaches are second to none and suitable for swimming, scuba diving or fishing for salmon. The Porongurup range offers tall Karri forests and unusual wildflowers from August to October. And if you want to take some time out  for birdwatching, you can see the Rufus Tree Creeper and Splendid Blue Wren at the Porongurups. Take a moment to find out more about Albany Western Australia's natural attractions, its population and rich history. 

If you would like Fish and Chips tonight, check out your options!

Albany is well known for its plentiful supply of fresh local fish caught in the surrounding oceans. Deep sea fish, squid, whiting, local shark, to name a few. You can choose from a wide variety of fish and chip shops, from stylish sit down inside and eat to pick up and run! Sit down near the fishing boat harbour with Pelicans preening in full view at the Squid Shack, Emu Point. On Middleton Road is Ocean and Paddock, Named Western Australia's best fish and chips in 2017! At Middleton Beach you can dine inside in style at Hooked on Middleton Beach. 


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