See nature in the wild with our must-do attractions in Albany. Explore the region’s incredible picture-perfect white sand beaches, dramatic natural beauty and scenic walks. Spot for whales May-October, photograph the glorious spring wildflowers, and get off the beaten track – from beach to bush.
Beautiful Albany beaches
Go beach-hopping! Try Two People’s Bay and Little Beach, picture-perfect beaches great for swimming, diving, canoeing and fishing. And don’t miss the silky, turquoise waters of Waterfall Beach and Lucky Bay.
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Torndirrup National Park
Torndirrup National ParkView the impressive Natural Bridge rock arch, awe-inspiring drop at The Gap, playful seals and cliffs covered in seasonal wildflowers. Misery Beach was crowned Tourism Australia’s Best Beach for 2022, contrary to its misleading name!
Valley of the Giants
Valley of the GiantsIn nearby Denmark, you’ll find the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk. The designer walkway takes you deep into the canopy of giant Tingle Trees, 40 metres up. Choose from a variety of walks and explore the beautiful Wilderness Discovery Centre.
Bibbulmun trackGreat walks abound! Check out one of the world’s truly great long distance walking trails. Stretching close to 1000km from Albany to Kalamunda in the Perth Hills, the track is said to meander like the Rainbow Spirit, Waugal, in the Aboriginal Dreaming.
History is everywhere in Albany. And when you’ve finished exploring the area’s heritage, refresh in one of Albany’s top eateries or wineries!