Natural wonders abound this historical coastal city. Albany’s dramatic coastline is dotted with white sandy coves and clear blue waters perfect for swimming, surfing, diving and whale watching. With granite hills, limestone cliffs and rolling green paddocks making up the landscape of the city and its surrounds.
As the final departure point for the first ANZAC troops, Albany offers visitors a deeply personal connection to the ANZAC story at the National Anzac Centre.
Albany also offers visitors a vibrant, fresh food scene. Indulge your inner foodie at one of Albany’s many gourmet restaurants, weekly markets, wineries, breweries, and distillery.
Albany truly has something amazing for the whole family.
For more information contact Albany Visitors Centre on (08) 6820 3700