Get the wind in your hair and the sun on your back. Dramatic peaks and rugged coastlines are yours for the taking in Amazing Albany.
Explore the real south, where the mountains touch the sea and the ocean touches the land in a vast panorama of rugged beauty that is all yours, right now.
Whale-watch from June to October and experience frolicking whales from whale-watching charter boats off Albany’s coastline, as well as from land-based lookouts. Spot southern right whales and humpback whales during breeding season. Hear humpbacks calling via underwater microphone in King George Sound. Keep your eyes peeled – you might even spot some dolphins, or seals at their favourite spot at Bald Head.
Have a yen to be at one with nature? Albany is surrounded by a plethora of National Parks and nature reserves in every direction. Whichever direction you take, you are spoilt for choice. Torndirrup National Park features massive granite outcrops, sheer cliffs and the famous Gap and Natural Bridge rock formations. Or visit Two People’s Bay, home to one of WA’s best beaches, Little Beach.