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Albany, 417 kilometres (259 miles) south east of Western Australia's capital city Perth, and located within the Great Southern, is one of the region's major cities.

Steeped in rich, maritime history, Albany was the first West Australian European settlement, evidence of which abounds in the wonderful public buildings and private dwellings that remains today.

Visitor's to Albany will enjoy a richness of experiences that come together in a totally unique way.

A historical, maritime port, nested in rolling hills, the magnificent King George Sound (one of the world's greatest natural harbours), amazingly diverse land and sea scapes of pristine beaches, coastal cliffs, the wild southern ocean and rolling pasture hinterland interlaced with unspoilt rivers, inlets and impoundments consumes the lucky visitor in a comprehensive magnificence that only Albany can.

Your yearning for activities, adventure and experiences are gloriously abated, with an astounding array of water sports, endless walking trails and Four Wheel Drive tracks, Whale tours, Paragliding, River Cruises, camping, caravanning and accomodation from the simple to the grandiose and more.

Then there is the renowned cuisine and world recognised, award winning wines. Visitor can sate their hunger and quench their thirst with a food and beveridge combination that made you wonder why you waited so long to visit and not wanting to leave.   

Wignalls Wines is proud and honoured to be part of Albany.
The magnificent, unspoilt King George Sound to Princess Royal Harbour entrance.
Last Updated 11/09/2018