Reconnect with Australia’s unique origins on the Amazing South Coast.
Noongar people have lived in Wagyl Kaip, or the Southern Noongar region of Noongar booja (country) since the Nyittiny (creation times). Our region celebrates the land’s earliest occupants and their culture with interpretive information at sites, special events and storytelling.
Equally, our region holds especially dear the ANZAC troops for whom, on 1 November 1914, Albany was the final departure point on their way to the battlefields of the First World War. A National ANZAC Centre has been established in Albany to honour that memory.
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