Sensational South Coast
The Sensational South Coast covers Albany, Denmark, Mt Barker and Walpole. Experience the magnificent scenery, pristine beaches, rich history and vibrant life of a bustling region.
Ataturk Entrance is the waterway between King George Sound and the Port of Albany.
Typically people spend about 10 mins here. Allow 5 mins for a short, worthwhile visit. To see everything takes about 15 mins.
See the spectacular natural beauty of the south coast.
Albany's part in the times that helped define a nation.
Food & Wine
Fresh produce and premium local wines expertly prepared and served. A cullinary adventure awaits!
Albany is famous for its pristine beaches and excellent fishing spots.
Browse the many activities the region has to offer. Enjoy yourself!
Enhance your holiday with the perfect accommodation. Comfort to suit all budgets.
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It's Whale Watching Season
Whale watching season begins in late May to early October. Whales can often been seen close to shore from the Ellen Cove Boardwalk and Rotary Lookout on Marine Terrace. Tours are available for close viewing and the best experience.
Local Produce : Available All Year
Locally produced Beef, Cream, Eggs, Honey, Lamb, Marron, Milk, Olive Oil, Rainbow Trout and Redfin Perch are available all year.
Oranges and Tamarillos are grown locally in August.
Macadamias and Walnuts are grown locally in August.
Beetroot, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Herbs, Kale, Kohl Rabi, Pumpkins, Silverbeet, Swede and Truffle are all grown locally in August.
Daily temperatures in August range from a low of 8.4 to a high of 16.3 celsius. August has an average of 13.2 rainy days, dropping 126.2 mm over the month.
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|Currently, it's a cool 16.2 celsius, with a fresh northerly breeze of 29.6 kmh, gusting up to 44.4 kmh. Barometer is at 1016.1. Relative humidity is about 36%.|
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