There are so many worthwhile things to see and do when you choose to spend your holiday in Albany, Western Australia. Albany is a growing regional centre that is abundant in different natural and man- made resources. The region is considered as an all-year-round holiday destination, especially by tourists who are looking for a one of a kind holiday experience. A host of incomparable sights and attractions will make you lose track of time. There is a myriad of fun activities and scenery for couples, families, friends and even singles. You won’t run out of enjoyable things to do when you visit Albany. Go to Albany’s museums and places of historical interests.
Become acquainted with the region’s rich history. Visit the Western Australian Museum as it exhibits inspirational displays signifying Albany’s social and natural history. Look into the Old Gaol & Museum, Albany Model Railway Association and Museum, the Anzac War Memorial and the Police Station Museum or Military Barracks Museum. You shouldn’t miss the Princess Royal Fortress, the Whale World, The Old Farm/Strawberry Hill, and The Brig Amity replica. There are so many things to learn and see.
Check out natural attractions and national parks Albany is perhaps the wealthiest place you’ve ever been to in terms of national parks and wonders of nature. There is the Torndirrup National Park where you can view the Natural Bridge and The Gap as well as The Blowholes and the Jimmy Newhills. You can also explore the Stirling Range National Park where you can enjoy bush walking and sight—seeing, or even climb Bluff Knoll and other mountains. The Porongurup National Park offers many extraordinary rock formations, pathways leading to several peaks, and a nature trail that leads through an entrancing forest. Challenge your body and feast your eyes. Time is the only thing that will keep you from taking pleasure in the grandeur of nature. Eat out. Taste local produce. Visit wineries.
You can find around 48 cellar doors offering a wine experience like no other. Most of them have garden areas with picnic and barbeque facilities. Some also include bars and restaurants that serve outstanding regional produce. Visit the Distillery on Frenchman’s Bay Road or Albany’s very own coffee roasters, the Naked Bean. Montgomery’s Hill is situated on the banks of the Kalgan River. Its location is ideal for premium wine production. Take your family to Mt Romance (Sandalwood Factory) where you can enjoy local produce, light meals and drinks after taking a look at the processing of Sandalwood, one of WA’s oldest industries. The region offers many different delicacies and interests.