The Old Post Office is a distinctive historic building in the centre of Albany. The restored 1869 building has a twenty five metre clock tower that is visible from the Princess Royal Harbour. Be sure to photograph the oldest post office in Western Australia and enjoy checking out the heritage character of this unique building.
While the inside of the building is not open to the public, the outside offers a great view of an intriguing structure worthy of stopping past.
Discover more about the appealing town of Albany by participating in the Town Walk Heritage Trail, which commences on Stirling Terrace near the Old Post Office.
Visit the old Albany Courthouse, the Royal George Hotel and the Argyle Buildings which are all well over 100 years old.
Albany is a four and a half hour drive south of Perth and is the gateway to the southern region.
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