The Albany Town Hall is one of Western Australia’s oldest and grandest historic buildings. Converted into a charming 310 seat regional theatre in 1983, it hosts a number of performances throughout the year. Located in the main street of Albany, four and a half hours south east of Perth, the theatre is renowned as the best venue of its type in Western Australia.
Be sure to check out the upcoming performances before arriving in Albany. The theatre offers an extremely enjoyable experience thanks to the comfortable plush velvet seating, state of the art sound and the closeness to the stage. Watch out for the theatre’s resident ghost!
The coastal town of Albany offers a great selection of attractions for all tastes. Catch a glimpse of the humpback whales passing by on their migration south or visit the Brig Amity replica ship. If you have time, take a drive to the Stirling Ranges and climb Bluff Knoll or join one of the numerous walking trails in and around Albany including the Bibbulmun Track which travels 900 kilometres north to Kalamunda in the Perth foothills.Visit Website
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