Albany is located at the southern tip of Western Australia. Albany is famous for its beaches, such as the increasingly popular Middleton Beach. This place is a perfect spot to keep adding to the incredible journey through the South of Western Australia. With such an incredible coastline, it is only right that we push you in the right direction for the Best Beach Hostels in Albany.
Here are our top pick of things to do with the best beach hostels in Albany
Check Out The Stunning Beaches
The Great Southern coast is scattered with some of Australia’s most stunning beaches. Although it can get somewhat windy as it south facing, it takes nothing away from the surprise of it beauty and thus, Albany never fails to show its face on the best beach lists.
Little Beach in Two Peoples Bay has canvas white sand, painted with turquoise water and golden brown granite boulders. Cosy Corner has been popular amongst campers since forever, as is Waychinicup Inlet equally as popular amongst kayakers. Cheyne and Shelley Beaches perfect bucket list destinations in Albany and if you are keen surfer you absolutely must head to Nanarup Beach.
Kalgan River Cruise
If you are looking to make the most of your Albany experience then you absolutely must board the Kalgan Queen at Emu Point Boat Harbour for a majestically fascinating water cruise on Oyster Harbour, elegantly plodding upstream into the tree-lined Kalgan River.
Other than greeting with Percy the dancing pelican, you’ll see sting rays, sea eagles and ospreys before sampling some of the finest drops of wine money could buy at Montgomery’s Hill Wines on the riverbank.
Hike The Lookout Trails
With coastline and countryside sprinkled all over and complemented with striking rock formations, a Lookout Trail is progressively developing across a handful of staggeringly beautiful elevated platforms. The upper lookout of Granite Skywalk in twines around the peak of Castle Rock. Here is a freeby view over the Porongurup National Park and further beyond to the lush farmlands and ragged coast.