Albany is the hub of the Great Southern region of Western Australia, located around 400kms South East of Perth.
Albany sits on the incredibly beautiful and wild south coast of WA. The region's beaches are routinely named among the best in Australia - Little Beach, Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks in Denmark and of course our iconic Emu Point and Middleton Beaches, just minutes from Albany’s CBD.
The Beach House at Bayside is located just 150m off the dunes along the magnificent 5km stretch of beach running from the flat, pool-like water of Emu Point to the spectacular Ellen Cove at the end of the renowed Middleton Beach.
There truly is something for everyone in Albany, from gourmet wine-lovers, to history lovers, adventurers and everyone in between.
Albany lays at the heart of the Great Southern Wine region - Australia's largest wine region and produces authentic and unique cold climate wines.
Experience the legend that shaped a nation at the National Anzac Centre, a state-of-the-art interpretive museum overlooking King George Sound. Follow the intensely personal stories of our original Anzacs. Trace your family Anzac links.
Explore the Tornidirrup Penninsula which showcases the fearsome and formidable rock formations of The Gap, the striking 18 turbine wind farm overlooking the spectacular Sandpatch beach, and the somewhat grim history of the whaling industry at Albany's Historic Whaling Station.
Less than an hour away our beautiful Amazing South Coast neighbours Denmark, Porongurup and Mt Barker offer stunning scenery, wineries, and beaches. Why not take a day trip and climb Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Range National Park, the highest peak in WA and one of the only places in the state which experiences snowfall.
Albany is the unexpectedly spectacular jewel at the centre of the magnificent, and authentic Amazing South Coast of Western Australia.