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Events in and around Albany

Seasonal Fun and Exciting Events in and Around Albany, Western Australia

Albany, Western Australia is a fantastic place to visit all year round, but there are some specific events that really make the town come alive. Here are just a few of the exciting seasonal events happening in and around Albany that you won't want to miss.

Summer Festivals and Markets

The summer months in Albany are packed full of fun events for all ages. One highlight is the Albany Summer School Holidays Program, which runs from mid-December to late January and offers a range of activities like art, sports, and bushcraft for kids.

In addition to these main events, there are also plenty of markets and festivals to check out during the summer months. The Albany Farmers Market is held every Saturday from 8am-12noon and showcases the best fresh produce from around the region. The Albany Boatshed Markets, held every Sunday from 10am-1pm, are another popular attraction with local crafts, art, and food. Finally, the Taste Great Southern festival is an annual event celebrating the local food and wine scene, held in March.

Spring Wildflowers

The region surrounding Albany is known for its breathtaking wildflowers, and spring is the best time to see them in full bloom. The Stirling Range National Park is a popular destination for wildflower enthusiasts, with over 1,500 species of plants including orchids, banksias, and eucalypts. The nearby Porongurups also have a great wildflower season.

Autumn Whale Watching

Autumn is peak whale watching season in Albany, as Southern Right and Humpback whales migrate from the Antarctic to the warmer waters of the Indian Ocean. There are a number of tours and viewing platforms available to see these majestic creatures up close, including Albany's Historic Whaling Station, which has a lookout tower for panoramic views of the bay.

Winter Aboriginal Culture

The winter months in Albany offer a unique chance to learn about and experience Aboriginal culture. The Vancouver Arts Centre hosts an annual exhibition of Aboriginal art and artifacts, while the Kwoorabup Community Room offers workshops on traditional weaving techniques. The Albany Heritage Park also has an Aboriginal Cultural Centre and bushwalks to ancient sites like the Two People's Bay Nature Reserve.


Albany is a vibrant and exciting place to visit at any time of year, but these seasonal events take the experience to the next level. From wildflowers to whales, there's always something new to see and do. So why not plan a trip to Albany and experience the best of Western Australia's natural beauty and culture for yourself?!

Contact Details:

Albany Visitors Centre
221-73 York Street, Albany WA 6330
Phone: (08) 6820 3700
Email: hello@albanywa.com.au

Mt Gardner and Two Peoples Bay thanks to Darren Hughes