Discover Albany's rich whaling history, visit Porongurup National Park or Bremer Bay and more on these tours.
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6 Day Esperance, Margaret River and Albany Tour, Perth
Duration: 6 days
The South West corner of Western Australia features extraordinary natural beauty and diversity. On this 6-day all-inclusive tour from Perth, you will discover all its highlights as well as some hidden gems too. Walk among colossal ancient forests in the Valley of the Giants, and swim at the white sandy beaches of Cape Le Grand National Park, where you will meet the kangaroos of Lucky Bay. Engage in one of Australia's best Indigenous cultural experiences. Marvel at the weird and wonderful Wave Rock. And taste your way around the Margaret River region. Featuring nature, wildlife, food and wine, hiking and culture, this tour truly showcases the best of the South West at a relaxed pace.
Albany Summit to Sea Adventure – Guided Segway Tour, Mount Clarence
Duration: 1 hour
Enjoy a fully guided Segway tour through the amazing 260 hectare Albany Heritage Park: Home of the National Anzac Centre. This is the ultimate way to experience the Park's many highlights, learn of its rich history, and ride to iconic locations such as Mt Clarence, Mt Adelaide, the Ellen Cove Board Walk, and the sandy shores of Middleton beach.
Albany Southwest Wilderness Day Tour – Fly From Perth, Jandakot
Duration: 11 hours
Fly from Perth to Australia's Southwest, with views of gorgeous beaches and country Australia. After the flight, a coastal drive to the ancient and spiritual tingle forests leads you to the Tree Top Walk, where you can walk among the giants in the treetops. The tour then extends to Denmark, a tranquil country town with stunning white beaches and turquoise waters. Here, you¬íll also visit the gorgeous and unique Elephant Rocks¬î, a collection of massive rocks littering a secluded beach.Take some time out to relax and enjoy a meal, before we drive you to Albany. Here, you¬íll see a page from Australia's history books at the Old Whaling Station; where a major industry thrived for many years. Afterwards, visit the awe inspiring ¬ëGap¬í and ¬ëNatural Bridge¬í which tell a story thousands of years in the making. These epic geological structures stand at the border of land and sea, showing off the raw power of the Southern Ocean. From July to October, whales can be seen off the coast.
Albany's Historic Whaling Station Admission Ticket, Frenchman Bay
Duration: 3 hours
Spend a day exploring the world's only complete whaling station tourism attraction and gain fascinating insight into Albany's colorful past. Join a 40-minute guided tour (operating on the hour from 10am to 3pm daily) or follow informative trails to learn the stories of the men and women whose livelihood depended on Australia's whaling industry. There are a variety of activities to experience and see such as short films within the converted whale oil tanks, a giant blue whale skeleton display, precious scrimshaw art, and a world-renowned marine animal art collection. You may even climb aboard the Cheynes IV, the world's only preserved Whalechaser ship. Afterwards, relax in a caf√© overlooking one of Albany's most picturesque bays and enjoy free BBQ facilities in a beautiful Regional Wildflower Garden.
Kalgan Queen Scenic Cruises a four hour sheltered water wildlife tour daily fun., Emu Point
Duration: 4 hours
Cruise the sheltered waters of Oyster Harbour and the ancient Kalgan River whilst listening to a live and humerous commentary about the history, wildlife and why Albany is the home of ANZAC. With more the eighteen years of us cruising the wildlife has accepted us as part of the eco system. You will get up close and personal at the same time as learning about what you are seeing. The vessel also has a glass bottom.
Albany Wildlife and Scenic Cruise, Emu Point
Duration: 4 hours
Departs at 9am from Emu Point Boat pens for 4 hours of wild life history and fun. This is a sheltered water cruise with no open sea. We cross to Green Island which was Western Australia's first vegetable garden and is now home to one of only four Pelican breeding grounds in Western Australia. Then cross Oyster Harbour to the Kalgan River. Seen regularly are Pelicans Eagles Hawks and a wide range of other bird life. Stopping on the banks of the river we get into a motorised wagon where we get up close and personal to Kangaroos in the wild. You are served Tea Coffee and a hot savoury Damper while listing to a live and humorous commentary. Returning across the harbour to the boat pens at 1pm. Oh yes did I mention it's FUN?
4-Day Tour from Perth Including Margaret River, Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk and Albany, Burswood
Duration: 4 days
See the best of southern Western Australia on a four-day excursion that takes in all the coastal highlights south of Perth as well as the south-coast city of Albany. You¬íll also visit the Margaret River region's three main townships, Busselton, Pemberton and Margaret River; walk above forests of towering karri trees at the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk; and take a lunch cruise on Nornalup Inlet.
National Anzac Centre Field of Light Panorama Pass, Albany
Duration: 2 to 24 hours
Combine 2 incredible Albany experiences in one commemorative pass. Visit the award-winning National Anzac Centre; Australia's only museum dedicated solely to the conflicts of World War 1. Experience the multi-media interpretive exhibits as you follow the personal journeys of WW1 veterans. Then, travel to the summit of Mt Clarence to experience the panoramic views of King George Sound; the last glimpse of Australia for the ANZAC fleet in 1914. Visit the location of Australia's first ANZAC Day Dawn Service Mass and be immersed in the cascading panorama of 16,000 lights as you descend through the Field of Light exhibit, like a field of wildflowers amongst native Australian trees.
Granite Skywalk Porongurups, Albany
Duration: 5 hours
Leave Albany behind for a 5-hour bus tour to Porongurup National Park. Savor local foods and wine tastings at a Ironwood Estate Wines. Visit the National Park to reach Castle Rock and exhilarating views from the Granite Skywalk.
The Gap and Natural Wonders, Albany
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Take in the 360 degree views of the coastline from the summit of Stony Hill in the Torndirrup National Park. From here, amidst the pristine bushland, it is possible to see the vast expanse of the Southern Ocean and the rugged coastlines that early explorers first encountered as they rounded the peninsula for the sheltered waters of Princess Royal Harbour. Get closer to the edge! At The Gap, feel the power of the wind and water from the masterfully crafted, protected walkway. See the pounding waves as they thrash the granite walls and surge into the spaces below. Exhilarating! Travel on, and complete your journey and exploration of the impressive coastline with some delectable afternoon tea.
Taste of the Great Southern, Albany
Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Spend 6.5-hours exploring Denmark, Western Australia, tasting local treats such as cheese and wine. Your drive/guide will entertain you as you ride in an air conditioned bus to your first destination. Enjoy a delightful lunch at The Lake House and taste whisky and/or gin at The Great Southern Distillery before heading back to Albany.
Mt Barker Grape Escape, Albany
Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Meander through back roads to taste outstanding wines from four award-winning wineries of the Mt Barker sub-region of the Great Southern, grown in cool climate and nestled next door to national parks. Our Busy Blue Bus guide will take care of the skipper duties, whilst you take pleasure in tastings from award-winning cellar doors. Share a platter lunch of local produce. Take part in a private guided winery tour and journey through a cool, clean, natural environment that creates hallmark wines. ¬ëMagical and memorable!¬í
Albany's Whale Story, Albany
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Spend 3.5-hours discovering Albany's historic whaling station, Discovery Bay. Your guide will take you through the native bushland of Torndirrup National Park before you tour Discovery Bay and see Australia's whaling story comes to life. Climb aboard a famous whale chaser to experience life on board an actual whaling ship, and explore the movie, photos, and artifact galleries. You will marvel at the enormous whale skeletons on display.
Albany History and Highlights Tour, Albany
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Enjoy a 2-hour guided tour of the National ANZAC Centre and Heritage Park. Your guide will accompany you as you walk through Albany's historic precinct and view Middleton Beach from the promenade. The history of the Great Southern region is revealed in stories during your guided tour at Mount Clarence and the Padre White Lookout. Discover Albany's role in Australia's ANZAC story at the National ANZAC Centre. Enjoy a coffee break at Middleton Beach, visit Patrick Taylor Cottage and see the Brig Amity at the Museum Precinct. Your tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off.
National Anzac Centre General Entry Ticket, Albany
Duration: 1 to 4 hours
In 1914 over 41,000 service men and women left from Albany bound for World War I. For many this would be the last time they saw home. Today at this very location stands the state-of-the-art award winning National Anzac Centre which uses multimedia, interactive technology and historical artifacts to create a deeply personal connection with the past, as well as pay tribute to those who served. Through traditional museum display and highly interactive multi-media content, visitors assume the identity of one of 32 actual service men or women, and follow their experience of the Great War: From recruitment, through training and embarkation, ship-board life on the convoys, the conflicts at Gallipoli, the Middle East, and the Western Front. Finally, for those lucky enough to survive, you will witness their return home and the difficulties they faced adjusting back into normal society.
Torndirrup National Park and Bay Highlights, Albany
Duration: 6 hours
Explore the beauty of our rugged coast from Torndirrup National Park out to Frenchman Bay. Admire the giant wind turbines at the Albany Wind Farm, Be awed by the fierce ocean at The Gap and Natural Bridge, Step back into history at Mistaken Island (site of the old Quarantine camp), Explore an intact whale processing factory and whale chasing ship at Albany Whaling Station, Visit Australian Native Animals and Wildlife at the Australian Wildlife Park and Regional Wildflower Garden, and admire the views of the Salmon Holes, Jimmy Newells Harbour and Stony Hill.
Walpole Wilderness to the Highlights of Denmark, Albany
Duration: 11 hours
A full day tour exploring the amazing south coast from the Walpole Wilderness exploring the Mount Frankland Wilderness Lookout, to the Swarbrick Art Trail and Giant Tingle in the karri forest to walking through the Valley of The Giants and Ancient Forest, admiring rugged Cliffs and Greens Pool, marvelling at the unique Elephant Rocks and sampling fine wine, cheese, honey and chocolates.
Porongurup Meet Your Maker Eco Tour, Albany
Duration: 9 hours
A full Day Eco Tour immersing yourselves in the essence of one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, the Porongurup Range. Join Down Under Discoveries as they take you behind the scenes on their unique ‘Porongurup Meet Your Maker Eco Tour'. This is a special invitation to connect with the local culture, meeting local farmers, wine makers, environmental enthusiasts, blacksmiths, saddle-makers and history buffs. An authentic, immersive experience that is bound to provide you with memories that will last forever.
Albany Whale Watching Eco Tours, Albany
Duration: 2 hours
Naturaliste Charters has been operating whale watching tours for over 25 years and is highly experienced at finding the whales, we have a comfortable 60 FT Conquest with multiple viewing platforms, BIG boat with small passenger numbers. Kids are welcome to have a turn at driving the vessel!
Great South West Cycle Tour Ride the beautiful South West corner of Australia over 13 adventurous days in the saddle from Albany to Perth. When talking about ‘the best parts’ of Australia, you surely can’t look past the Margaret River region. Awe-inspiring ancient forests, spectacular beaches, gourmet food and wine, lovely towns and wildlife that you don’t need to go looking very hard for – it’s all here. The tour operator has been taking cycling groups for multi-day tours in Australia for the best part of 20 years so you are in good hands as you explore this magnificent part of Australia by bike. (from Roar Adventures)