Albany Heritage Park is a 260 hectare parkland reserve in the heart of Albany, Western Australia. It surrounds the summits of Mount Clarence and Mount Adelaide, and reaches to the shores of Middleton Beach.
The Park is the ultimate heritage destination, offering a unique blend of natural, cultural and historical attractions from the wonder of wildflowers to Aboriginal and European cultural sites including pre-federation military installations at Princess Royal Fortress and the National Anzac Centre. It also boasts a number of lookouts providing breathtaking views to the Stirling Ranges and King George Sound.
Whether you have a few hours or a full day, Albany Heritage Park has a range of activities for all ages and fitness levels. Explore the trails on foot or by mountain bike. Discover the historic barracks and gun emplacements at Princess Royal Fortress. Take in the views from the Apex, Convoy and Padre White Lookouts. Enjoy picnic and barbecue areas, set in landscaped gardens. Visit the National Anzac or shop for a unique gift or souvenir. Dine at Garrison’s restaurant with panoramic views of Princess Royal Harbour.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Mountain Biking Walks