Albany is located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, situated around a port on the southern coast. It is the sixth largest city in the Western Australia. After being discovered in 1791 by Captain Vancouver, it is now home to many historical artefacts including 50 colonial buildings, museums and galleries. The enchanting natural beauty is also one of the key factors why Albany is one of the most preferred destinations Down Under.
|Population||:||According to the 2006 census the total population is 25,196.|
|Currency||:||The local currency used in Albany is the Australian dollar (AUD).|
|Region||:||Great Southern region.|
|Geographic Coordination||:||35°01'22"S 117°52'53"E.|