Albany is a charming coastal town and Western Australia’s oldest European settlement
Originally a settlement for European arrivals before booming during the gold rush of the 1800s, Albany oozes a rich history that can be appreciated through the town's beautifully restored historic buildings. But the history doesn't stop there. Take a walk along the waterfront and admire the Brig 'Amity', a replica of a ship that brought the first convicts and settlers to Albany, giving an inside look into the town's fascinating past. This town's not just for history buffs though. There are plenty of other things to do in Albany, from browsing the town's local markets to visiting the Natural Bridge and The Gap at Torndirrup National Park, that you'll never want to leave.
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