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Albany Visitor Centre

The centre provides information and a booking service for visitors to the area's stunning tourist destinations. Albany features pristine beaches, whale watching, wineries, wildflowers and national parks. As part of the City of Albany's commitment to tourism , the 'amazingalbany' brand has been created as part of a marketing strategy to position Albany as one of the top three regional visitor destinations in WA within the next five years. A vibrant and dynamic visitor centre is crucial to achieving this goal.

Staff with a commitment to tourism and a proven track record in customer service provide free information and advice. A private company has been contracted to manage all bookings and operates within the centre, providing a seamless service to the public. The separation of these two functions provides a viable financial framework, with a greater emphasis on visitor care.

Phone: (08) 9841 9290

Web: www.albany.wa.gov.au/facilities/albany-visitor-centre

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