Although the South West is typically pretty cold and rainy in winter there are still plenty of things to do in Albany WA in winter. Albany is located approximately 420km south east of Perth and is a popular holiday and getaway destination for families. It's well know for it's beautiful beaches as well as it's natural and historical attractions. Here are some ideas for things to do in Albany Western Australia in winter or on a rainy day.
Explore this now museum that was once a whale processing factory and climb aboard a whale chasing ship, both fully restored for you to discover. Open daily. www.discoverybay.com.au
Spacious cafe that's open daily and overlooks the beautiful Emu Beach. With kids meals and yummy treats to enjoy, with a choice of indoor dining if it's raining or alfresco dining on a nice day . Find more information at www.emupointcafe.com.au
Indoor fun centre with your choice of a 9 or 18 hole wacky mini golf course, pool table, air hockey and board games to play while you relax and cafe. Find more information on opening hours and entry fees at www.facebook.com/albanywackygolf/
See big replica dinosaur skeletons and interact with a big variety of birds and reptiles. Reptile handling is at 11am and 2pm daily. Open daily and family entry pass available. Find more information at www.dinosaurworld.com.au
An indoor adventure centre with a difference. Including climbing walls, 3x ninja obstacle courses, 18 hole mini golf course and a kids workshop. Find more information at www.albanyindooradventures.com.au.