Our Albany Three Day Tour visits the Tree Top Walk, towering Karri and Tingle forests, The Gap & Natural Bridge, the National Anzac Centre at Albany and explores Albany early history.
$2,400.00 per person .Double / Twin Share
Tree Top Walk and the Valley of the Giants
Tingle Forest - Giant Tingle Tree
Historic Albany and the Gap and Natural Bridge
The National Anzac Centre
Field of Light Avenue of Honour
Local food and local wine
bespoke small group touring
Deluxe accommodation at the National Award winning The Beach House at Bayside Albany
Lunch at local cafés in Denmark and Albany
Full Cooked Breakfast
Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants,
The National Anzac Centre,
Torndirrup National Park (The Gap and Natural Bridge)
tour bookings & enquiries
Day 1 - Perth to Albany
Tingle Forest, Tree Top Walk, Albany
This morning we stop for tea/coffee at the 'Woolshed' at Williams, located along the Albany Highway. This drive between Perth and Albany is an historic route that was used by early settlers and mail couriers Cobb and Co. The bustling rural towns along the way still bear all the trademarks of traditional country settlements.
From Williams, it’s off to Denmark, a delightful town on the banks of the beautiful Denmark River surrounded by towering Karri Forests, idyllic rolling hills and countryside. Upon our arrival into Denmark, enjoy a relaxed lunch in a local café, then it’s off to the Tingle forests for a walk to see the Giant Tingle Tree. With a girth of 24 metres, it is the largest living eucalypt known in the world.
Our next stop is the remarkable Tree Top Walk, to take a bird’s eye view of the Karri and Tingle forest and stroll in the Valley of the Giants.
Then drive to Albany to our overnight stay.
The Beach House at Bayside
Day 2 – Albany to Perth
Albany, Natural Bridge and The Gap, The National Anzac Centre
Albany, a port city, is the oldest European settlement in Western Australia, and has a fascinating, rich history which has been preserved with British and French connections.
After a relaxing breakfast, join a tour at Whale World. This Historic Whaling Station is situated on the site of the old Cheynes Beach Whaling Company in King George Sound at Albany. Discover the fascinating whaling history of Albany. Whaling ceased operating mid 1970’s
We will visit the Natural Bridge and The Gap at Torndirrup National Park, which has stunning views of the southern coast. The Natural Bridge and The Gap are granite formations caused by the gradual wearing away of the rock by the Great Southern Ocean.
Enjoy lunch at Garrison restaurant on Mt Adelaide offering spectacular views of Princess Royal Harbour.
A highlight of this tour we visit Mt Clarence to see the Desert Corp Memorial with views over the Princess Royal Harbour and King George Sound.
The National Anzac Centre is dedicated solely to honouring the Anzac’s of the First World War. Set within Albany Heritage Park, the Centre offers visitors a deeply personal connection with the Anzac legend revealed through interactive multimedia displays, unique artifacts, rare images and film, and audio commentary. This is a ‘must do’ whilst in the region!
The Beach House at Bayside
Day 3 – Albany to Perth
Visit the Museum of the Great Southern and the Amity Brig replica of the Merchant Ship of the 19th Century. Step back in time and walk up the gangplank aboard the Brig Amity to explore find what life was like aboard a convict ship in 1826.
The Residency was completed in 1850. The original building served as a store and office for the nearby convict-hiring depot.
It now houses an array of stunning galleries with stories from Minang Noongar Boodja (Country), a place rich in culture, Aboriginal and Wadjella (non-Aboriginal) histories and information about amazing regional biodiversity.
Visit Mount Romance Sandalwood Factory the leading producers of Pure Australian Sandalwood oil and sandalwood beauty products for over 15 years.
Lunch en route to Perth either at Mt Barker of Kojonup.
We will have you back in Perth 6pm.