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We found the heritage park on one of our recent trips to Albany and as our daughter was studing ANZAC history for school we decided to investigate. We are very glad we did. She found all the information and more that she needed to complete...More
260 hectares of gardens, natural bush, historic sites and monuments right in town is something you won't find anywhere else. The hiking, biking and walk trails are great for active families, the Padre White Lookout, Convoy Lookout, flora and fauna are a photographer or nature...More
I spent two hours going through the collection and that was barely enough to get a good idea of the stories of the ANZACS. Written with humour and sincerity, the displays present an inspiring look at our soldiers at war and our history. Beautifully presented...More
When the Anzacs left to fight in WWI, they left from Albany. The Albany Heritage Park is divided into two parts. Mt. Clarence features the Avenue of Honour (memorial trees on both sides of the road). the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial, and the Padre White...More
This is a must see area of Albany. There is so much to see and do, and learn here. A visit to the ANZAC centre is very informative and a wonderful collection of our war history. A walk to the Convoy Lookout gives great views...More
The Heritage Park was established by the City of Albany in 2010 to integrate various historical, natural, cultural and recreational assets located on Mount Clarence and Mount Adelaide. It encompasses some 260 hectares stretching from the port to Middleton Beach. In addition to the historical...More