Take a tour with your own car or on foot. Walk around the village and admire our historic architecture or drive to one of our many attractions.
Discover albany's Whaling past. Walk on board the whaling boat that has been restored. View native flora and fauna. Koala bear!
Visit our event page to see annual event line up. Visit the City of albany events page for current event list.
Birdwatching in Albany is second to no other place. Step out to one of the many locations outlined on this page
Visit the Albany Library for a quiet read. Read the newspapers, borrow a book or attend one of the many events held at the library.
The old farm at Strawberry Hill is one of Albany's hidden treasures. A newly built interpretational museum informs visitors.
Our walks are many and varied. Take a short walk locally around the town or go further out to experience the stunning wilderness that surrounds our town.
This page lists attractions in Albany WA. Visit the National Anzac Centre, the Gap or the Natural Bridge.
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.
Things to Do in Albany WA
If you are looking for things to do, you have come to the right place. Albany offers a wide variety of things to do in all weather conditions. Above on this page you can browse Albany's top ten activities, Albany's top ten attractions and Albany's top ten foodie things.
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 Station.
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 top ten fishing spots.
The National Anzac Centre 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 and lakes. 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.
If you run out of things to do - or you have done enough, its time to relax and enjoy dining at one of Albany's many restaurants, bars or cafes. So much to enjoy!