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Princess Royal Fortress

In 1791, Captain George Vancouver claimed the southern part of Western Australia for the British Crown. This strategic position led to the Princess Royal Fortress being built on Mt Adelaide in 1893 as the first Federal defence in Australia.
The Princess Royal Fortress boasts restored shore batteries, armories, barracks, the 10th Light Horse display, trails and a collection of naval guns and torpedoes. The fortess is also home to the SE Asia Memorial, US Submariners Memorial and Merchant Navy Memorial. The site now receives more than 25,000 visitors per year. Once you experience it you will see why! Location: Forts Road, Albany (off Marine Drive)”

Point of Difference

Albany Barracks and the Princess Royal Battery
Military Heritage Centre - Australian War Memorial Gallery
Padre White National Memorial
HMAS Perth Interpretive Centre
First Dawn Service Display
Australian Light Horse Museum