Protecting a section of stunning coastline and forest, William Bay National Park is a must for the nature lover. Famous for the aqua waters of Greens Pool - sheltered by rounded rock boulders and rate...
Making you seem so small, engulfed by the large red tingle trees and towering forests, a trip to The Valley of the Giants is a truly unique Walpole experience. Home to trees more than 400 years old, T...
Providing an interactive journey through the site of the last operating whaling station in Australia, Whale World is one of Albany's international tourism icons. Ceasing whaling operations in 1978, Wh...
With the Great Southern region having a largely Mediterranean climate, it goes without saying that leisure and tourism each play significant parts in the region's appeal - and what's leisure without a...
Rapidly developing itself as one of Western Australia's most prominent wine regions, the Great Southern is home to a selection of fine, delicately flavoured wines, complimented with pioneering farmlan...
The great grey oval boulders that define Elephant Rocks are situated upon the Great Southern Ocean in Denmark, resembling a herd of elephants paddling in the shallows. Located amidst a stunning shelt...
Mt Romance
Luring you with its aromatic seduction is Mt Romance, an award winning sandalwood factory in Albany. Offering visitors a chance to splash out and indulge in quality Australian made skin care products,...
The Albany Entertainment Centre is a state of the art performing arts and convention centre with a stunning waterfront location like no other in regional Western Australia. The Albany Entertainment Ce...
was built in 1851 as a convict depot.
Replica of the square rigged sailing ship which carried the first settlement party to Albany from Sydney in 1826.
provide excellent views over the town and Princess Royal Harbour. The memorial to the horses and riders of the Desert Mounted Corps has stood near the summit of Mt Clarence since 1964. It was erected ...
built on the site of the first landing is a branch of the WA Museum and has displays of natural and maritime history.
The oldest home in WA,dating back to 1831. The first owner, Sir Richard Spencer, imported the slate roofing tiles from England.
Restored first Federal fortress established in Western Australia - commissioned in 1893.
a popular stop over point, the area is renowned as one of the world's most spectacular wild flower areas and a bushwalker's delight.
Covers 242,739ha and has an abundance of wildflowers during the season.
Jilakin

Jilakin

Kulin

a spectacular grey granite monolith which overlooks a 1,214ha lake.