Albany, Australia Cruise Port
This western coast city of Albany, Australia is famous for being the first European settlement along the amazing harbor. The harbor was perfect for becoming a port city early on, and still serves as a great attraction for adventurists. With many beaches, farms, museums and historic sights to explore, there is sure to be something interesting to visit on your cruise to Albany, Australia! The center of Albany is located between the hills of Mount Clarence and Melville looking down into the Princess Royal Harbor. Many secluded beaches surround the Harbor including Middleton beach, Frenchman Bay and Muttonbird Island. Below we have listed a few of our favorite things to do while cruising to Albany, Australia:
Visit Torndirrup National Park, where this coastal landscape covers nearly 10,000 acres and is home to dramatic granite formations.
Explore Albany's historic whaling station that includes interactive exhibits, a giant whale skeleton, a 3D whale movie and an audio re-enactment of a whale chase.
See the Albany Wind Farm, found along the Torndirrup peninsula. This wind farm of 12 gigantic turbines features a pathway that boasts spectacular views of the coast and a lookout for whale watching.
Relax on one of the secluded beaches found in Albany or explore the coastline where whales can often be spotted.