Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm
The City of Albany’s vision is “to become Western Australia`s most sought after and unique regional city to live, work and visit”. Our picturesque city marks the spot where the first European settlers set foot in Western Australia. Albany is home to vibrant landscapes, award-winning beaches and fresh locally grown produce.
Albany boasts the convenience of a major city while being surrounded by amazing natural environment, including four spectacular National Parks in any direction.
Join the Amazing Albany study tour to understand the City of Albany’s approach to developing Albany as a vibrant visitor destination that contributes to the economic development of the region, attracts investment and sustains a successful local visitor industry.
Tour coach departs Albany Entertainment Centre
Arrive at Mount Adelaide and explore the National Anzac Centre and the Convoy Walk and Lookout. Commentary on City of Albany project works and Anzac Albany events
Head to Mount Clarence to visit the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial and Padre White Lookout. Commentary on project upgrades, including trails
Depart Mount Clarence for tour of town via coach. Includes drive by and commentary on City tourism assets and development projects.
Morning tea served in Town Square precinct and project briefings delivered on site. Projects briefs of the Town Square precinct upgrade project and the Albany visitor Centre current location and proposed relocation to York Street project.
Escorted tour of Albany visitor products and experiences along Frenchman Bay Road. Dept of Parks and Wildlife briefing on project at The Gap in Torndirrup National Park
General Manager briefing and condensed tour of Discovery Bay including Whaling Station museum, lunch at Discovery Bay
Visit the Albany Wind Farm, tour and tasting at Great Southern Distillery
Enjoy a wine tasting at Oranje Tractor wines
Tour concludes and returns to Albany Entertainment Centre