Just 400kms from Perth, Albany is located on the spectacular south coast of Western Australia. Set against a backdrop of rugged coastline, green seas and wild beauty, Albany’s amazing scenery is sure to win the hearts of even the most discerning of travelers. The best way to truly appreciate Albany’s natural beauty is from the Torndirrup National Park. Breathe in the fresh sea air, look down the Gap’s dramatic 24 metre ocean drop, admire the remarkable rock formations at Natural Bridge, visit Albany’s towering wind farm at Dog Rock, and trek along Middleton Beach broadwalk and take in the breathtaking views of King George Sound. Albany is also famous for its whale spotting. Look on from the shore or enjoy a guided whale watching cruise and get up close and personal with the Southern Right and Humpback’s in their natural habitat. Dive amongst HMAS Swan’s shipwreck, learn about Albany’s colonial heritage at Amity Trail and climb abroad Brig Amity replica ship, and at the end of the day indulge in the Great Southern Wine Region’s finest produce – you discover all this and much more in Albany.

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3.10 k.m from the city centre

The ibis Styles Albany is centrally located and close to all the Great Southern regions tourist attractions and landmarks including Whale World, The G...

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