Why Albany was called Frederick Town at its foundation in 1826 

Albany is a must-see for all visitors to Western Australia due to its outstanding natural beauty and country town charm.
Albany City is vibrant, historic and naturally beautiful. Albany is surrounded by Mount Melville, Mount Clarence and Mount Adelaide, and between the waterways of the Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound, Kalgan River and Oyster Harbour.

Tour Details & Inclusions

  • Up to 4 people
  • 3 Days | 2 Nights
  • $3,107.00 – Double/Twin Share per person
    $3,569.00 – Single

Pickup from Perth
Travel in style & luxury in our Land Rover Discovery

2 x Full Cooked Breakfasts
3 x Lunches
2 x Dinners

Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants,
The National Anzac Centre,
Torndirrup National Park (The Gap & Natural Bridge),
Mt. Romance Sandalwood Factory behind the scenes tour,
Chainsaw Sculpture Drive,
The Kodja Place Kojonup,
Our Explore Albany Day Tour with lunch & entry fees

Tour Itinerary

The Natural Bridge & Gap, Anzac Centre Albany,

Albany 3-Day personalised tour highlights the best of the Great Southern region of WA. The drive between Perth and Albany is a 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.

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 artefacts, rare images and film, and audio commentary. This is a ‘must do’ whilst in the region!

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.

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.

Accommodation, Hilton Garden Inn Albany

Denmark, Tree Top Walk, Valley of the Giants, Pepper & Salt Restaurant, Denmark, West Cape Howe.

Your Albany 3-Day personalised tour visits charming small town Denmark, the remarkable ancient Tingle Forest remnants of the Gondwana era. And the amazing Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants.

The drive into the Tree Top Walk is spectacular. Karri and Red Tingle Trees loom out of the forest, an indication of what is to come at the Tree Top Walk and the Ancient Empire.

You must experience the Tree Top Walk. Stroll among the upper branches of giant Tingle and Karri Trees for a “bird’s eye view” of the southern forests. This is a fun and exhilarating thing to do
Nearby, under the Tree Top Walk, is a winding boardwalk that takes you through a grove of veteran Red Tingle trees called the Ancient Empire? You can even walk through the hollowed-out butt of one tree.

Today enjoy lunch at Pepper & Salt overlooking Forest Hill Wines vineyards.

Pepper & Salt was created to push the boundaries of flavour. More than just a restaurant.
Founded by Chef Silas Masih 1n 2010, Pepper & Salt takes a unique approach to dinning in Western Australia The menu is guided by Silas’s love of food. His signature style blends a subtle use of spice with fresh local produce.

On our return to Albany visit West Cape Howe, Western Australia’s most southerly point and Shelley Beach.

Accommodation, Hilton Garden Inn Albany

Chainsaw Sculpture, Sandalwood Shop, Kodja Place

The amazing talent of people, Darrel Radcliffe has extended his hobby into a scenic drive. Enjoy and fascinating Chainsaw Sculpture Drive to view many chainsaw sculptures while we slowly drive through a bush setting circuit. View over 100 pieces along the way.

Western Australia is a leading producer of Pure Australian Sandalwood Oil. We visit Sandalwood Shop to hear the story of the exotic oil and go behind the scenes to see the process from wood chop to precious oil.

On the return to Perth, visit The Kodja Place at Kojonup that tells the inside story of Australian country life in ways that will move and delight you. From Kojonup’s Noongar-Aboriginal and settler cultures are woven together in imaginative and richly-layered interpretations.

Trace the stories of Yoondi, Elizabeth and Maria along the enchanting pathways of the Australian Rose Maze to discover 100 years of Noongar, English and Italian experiences

After lunch, we make our way back to Perth 5.30 pm

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