Above are the weather conditions for Albany. On average, the warmest month is January. However, temperatures can go lower than 7° in Albany in June. According to the climate diagram, March is the rainiest month of the year in Albany.
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188 wonderful properties from 12 partner websites are available in Albany with prices starting at $33 a night. By directly analysing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices and the most popular lettings in Albany.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Albany
Properties can be chosen based on the amenities they offer. Above, you can see the number of rentals that provide a specific amenity in Albany. Our data shows that internet and TVs are the most commonly provided amenities in Albany. Three amenities that aren't often provided are jacuzzis, pets allowed and fireplaces.
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Choose a seaside holiday in comfortable Albany accommodation
Some beautiful holiday rental options are available in this bustling seaside town, including pet friendly accommodation. House rentals in the area are typically modern and spacious, and many of the properties have sea views.
Getting to your Albany Accommodation
If you're looking to fly into Albany, there's a small regional airport just outside town. Rex Air offers a daily flight between Albany and Perth. Once you've arrived at Albany Regional Airport, you can get a shuttle bus or taxi, or drive a hire car to your accommodation in Albany. Albany CBD is about 13km from the airport.
If you prefer to drive from Perth to Albany, the drive along the Albany Highway (State Route 30) is around 415km. Buses provide direct service between Perth and Albany. There's also the option of taking the train from Perth to Armadale, from where you can take a connecting bus to Albany.
Where to Eat During Your Albany Holiday
Due South is a waterfront pub that offers excellent ocean views from its spacious deck. The establishment adheres to the slow food movement, so expect plenty of local produce and wholesome dishes. Due South is known for its aged beefsteak and fine local wines.
Lime 303 is a contemporary restaurant that focuses on local and fresh produce. It has won numerous awards for its innovative dishes, and is considered one of the top foodie destinations in southwestern Australia. Try the garlic prawns or the Great Southern Lamb Rump to discover the best of this restaurant housed in a historic hotel.
Dylans Restaurant & Cafe is the perfect place for families in Albany. This restaurant serves a wide range of dishes, from homemade burgers to fresh seafood and delicious chocolate brownies. Try one of their craft beers while enjoying views of the Princess Royal Harbour.
Discover the heroes of the National Anzac Centre
The National Anzac Centre is a fascinating place, it allows visitors to take a look at the history of World War One and discover the personal stories of the soldiers and the horrific circumstances in which they suffered.
Overlooking the harbour from which the troops left for war on the 1st November 1914, the National Anzac Centre hovers over the landscape, offering spectacular views. A listening device is included in the entrance fee which gives detailed information about the interactive displays. The surrounding area is also good for hiking, biking and whale watching.
Family Holidays in Albany
When you book a rental accommodation in Albany, you're creating an experience that the whole family will never forget. A holiday house with a pool gives the family something to look forward to after a day of exploring, especially on warmer days. The kids can continue their fun splashing in the pool while the adults relax.
Hire bicycles for the whole family and spend the day exploring the historic part of Albany City. Stop off at cafes along the way to enjoy a cup of coffee or a refreshing beverage. End your day at Middleton Beach, where you can have fun building sandcastles or frolicking in the waves.
Spend a day exploring the fantastic local wineries or craft breweries on a guided tour, or with a designated driver. A number of the venues are now child-friendly and offer features like playgrounds, petting zoos, and even grape juice tastings. Top off your visit with an excellent meal while the kids have fun playing.
Relax on the beach in Albany
There are many beautiful beaches along the coast of Albany, and you'll find plenty of beachfront accommodation. Check out Little Beach which is quiet and a great place to relax or go for a lovely stroll along the beach. It is located just outside the main town but is worth the drive from Albany, through the national park. Middleton Beach is another popular spot. If you are interested in learning to surf, lessons are available.
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