Albany Visitor Centre

Since reopening in late March 2018, our team has continued to provide outstanding customer service and up-to-date health and safety information to visitors to the region. The Albany Visitor Centre actively promotes Albany and the surrounding region as an iconic destination for travellers to visit throughout the year. The team draws on their local expert knowledge to provide information and make bookings tailored to visitors' needs.

The Centre is located on York Street at the front of the Albany Public Library building, next to the newly refurbished Albany Town Hall. Open seven days a week the Centre provides to visitors:

  • Free booking service for accommodationtours
  • WA National Park Passes
  • Tourist Maps and information
  • A complete range of regional planners and guides for Western Australia
  • Free Wi-Fi, courtesy of the Albany Public Library
  • Souvenirs and gifts

As an accredited tourism business Albany Visitor Centre proudly displays the yellow "i "symbol. In 2019 the Visitor Centre received the Trip Advisor Excellence in Tourism Award for five years of consistently high ratings from travellers. The Albany Visitor Centre also won a silver medal  for Top Tourism Town in 2019.

The Albany Visitor Centre is owned and run by the City of Albany.  The contribution to tourism from the City of Albany and the Albany Visitor Centre was recognised in 2018 with the City of Albany being inducted into the Western Australian Airport Awards Hall of Fame for Excellence in Local Government Tourism.

 

Albany Visitor Centre Souvenirs & Gifts

Albany Visitor Centre stocks a range of locally made souvenirs as well as maps and travel guides including:

  • Bibbulmun Track maps, guides and souvenirs
  • Munda Biddi maps and souvenirs
  • A selection of locally made preserves and honey
  • A selection of products from The Sandalwood Shop 
  • Libby Sheppard mugs
  • Children's books and stationery from Wild Eyed Press
  • Jewellery made using Great Southern Pearls 
  • DEET free insect repellant from Aureveda & The Locals
  • Maps and guides from WA Naturally, Quality Publishing & Hema