Albany Gardens Tourist Park

WA
Albany
Dogs Allowed
In the heart of Albany, with sporting facilities and a range of tourist attractions on its doorstep, Albany Gardens Tourist Park is the ideal place from which to explore the historical coastal region. From world-class wines to whaling history and beautiful beaches and national park, Albany is the quintessential WA holiday experience. Set in a lush park setting, Albany Gardens Tourist Park offers resort-style facilities, including swimming pool, bouncing pillow, BBQ and pizza oven, complimentary WiFi and friendly customer service. From sites set under mature trees to 1-bedroom, family, access and dog-friendly chalets, there’s accommodation for all tastes and budgets.

Park features

Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Playground
Playground
BBQ
BBQ
Activity Room
Activity Room
Dump Point
Dump Point
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Retail Shop
Retail Shop
Laundry
Laundry
WiFi
WiFi
Bouncing Pillow
Bouncing Pillow
Tennis Court
Tennis Court
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Park Features
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Playground
Playground;
BBQ
BBQ;
Activity Room
Activity Room;
Dump Point
Dump Point;
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool;
Retail Shop
Retail Shop;
Laundry
Laundry;
WiFi
WiFi;
Bouncing Pillow
Bouncing Pillow;
Tennis Court
Tennis Court;
Current Deals
Park Info
Set in lush, green park-like surrounds in the centre of Albany, WA, Albany Gardens Tourist Park is more like a resort than a holiday park. Kids can bounce on the bouncing pillow, have a hit of mini-tennis or explore the recreation room, while mum and dad relax by the pool.

The park offers a range of accommodation options for all budgets from 1-br studios, family, easy access and dog-friendly chalets. These are all fully self-contained with alfresco seating, perfect for an evening snifter. All cabins come with kitchens, bathrooms, tv, reverse cycle air conditioning and are fully equipped and self-contained. The park offers drive-through sites in a shady, park-like setting, close to amenities, including kitchens, BBQs and laundry, and there is a range of powered, ensuite and non-powered sites to choose from. If guests are tempted from the park, they are in the ideal spot to explore the town, with the leisure and aquatic centre, tenpin bowling, skate and box park, the Centennial Stadium and Albany showgrounds on the doorstep. Guests can sample Western Australia’s world-famous seafood, wines and produce in the local cafes and restaurant and take in the rich history of the area in the many galleries and museums. Albany is Western Australia’s oldest settled site and home to the legend of ANZAC as the launch point for the first fleet sent off to WW1. Whale World offers insights into the transient whale population and the region’s whaling history and guests can choose from a range of vantage points from which to view whales from late May to early October. Those who enjoy an active holiday are spoiled for choice with four-wheel driving, boating, fishing, kayaking and hiking within easy reach. Albany is home to several National Parks and nature reserves including the Porongurup National Park and Castle Rock with Granite Skyway overlooking the Southern Ocean - cheekily close to the renowned Plantagenet winery. The adventurous can even take a Segway tour through the scenic 260km Albany Heritage Park or head to Torndirrup National Park, just south of Albany, to see the Gap and Natural Granite bridge. There’s also the curious Chainsaw Sculpture Drive with artistic treasures hidden in the bushland.
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