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Albany Heritage Park & The National ANZAC Centre.

Explore the barracks and gun emplacements at Princess Royal Fortress.

Ellen Cove Boardwalk at Middleton Beach is a pleasant and accessible walk and if you're visiting between June and September, keep your eyes peeled for whales!

Brig Amity Replica - the Amity was the first European ship to sail into Albany waters. 

Vancouver Art Centre - the arts centre is housed in the former Albany Cottage Hospital. Pick up a program to discover the self-guided heritage trail and current art exhibitions.

Explore the world's only Historic Whaling Station. Spend some time marvelling at giant whale skeletons, galleries and 3D feature presentations. 


The Gap and Natural Bridge - The Gap is a 24-metre drop to the sea. The new universally accessible viewing platform allows you to stand right above the powerful crashing waves. The Natural Bridge, a monumental span of granite, demonstrates the sea's awesome power when a heavy swell is running.

Binalup / Middleton Beach might arguably be Albany’s most well-known beach, offering swimming and recreational beach activities all around the year.

Little Beach - regularly voted one of Western Australia's best beaches. Features pristine sand and calm waters set within Two People's Bay Nature Reserve Little Beach is the most picturesque perfect, magical beach in Western Australia.  

Cheyne's Beach - a well-sheltered beach providing protection from South Westerly winds with panoramic views from the beach and clifftops. A popular spot for whale watching during the winter months.

Wildflowers - The South Coast displays a rich diversity of many of unqiue species, making it something of a nature gallery for rare and unusual floral species. Each year, the region blooms with spectacular wildflower displays between late August and December, ranging from rare orchids and carnivorous plants to vivid ground covers and delicate mountain bells.


Liberte restaurant in the heart of town offers fine dining - for details click here.

Gourmaindise & Co. a traditional French patisserie - for details click here.

Great Southern Distilling Company -  for award-winning single malt whisky, tiger snake sour mash, gin, vodka and a variety of other spirits. Click here for more.

Due South for dinner with a view or pick up some fish and chips and enjoy them at the Binalup/Middleton Beach foreshore. Click here for more.

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