Albany Western Australia

Albany is a port city on the south coast of Western Australia, 400 km |248.5 mi south of Perth. It is situated on Princess Royal Harbour, a natural inlet of the Southern Ocean, 5 km | 3 mi east-west and 3 km | 1.8 mi north-south. It’s about a 4.5-hour drive from Perth and less than an hour by air. It offers visitors cooler summers and mild winters.

Stunning harbour views from Mt Melville and Mt Clarence are often enhanced by dolphins and seals and, between July and October, humpback and southern right whales.

The area surrounding Albany is rich in natural beauty. The majestic Stirling Ranges and the Mt Barker wine region to the north, the dramatic Southern Ocean coastline and the many gorgeous small rural towns such as Denmark, all go to make the area a treat to explore. Albany is the oldest town on the west coast. Whale and dolphin spotting from the coastal cliffs is an exhilarating pastime.|

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