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The City of Albany, Western Australia

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Albany, located on the south coast of Western Australia less than 4 hours from Perth’s southern suburbs, is a picturesque and historic City about to come into its own.

Home to a growing population of 35,000 community-conscious residents, the City of Albany aims to be WA’s most sought after place to live, work and visit – a vision which grows closer to reality every day.

Albany – WA’s oldest European settlement – has long been a popular tourism destination, but its stunning scenery, incredible food and wine; and sunny, mild climate are just the start of the story.

2014 is a watershed year for the City of Albany. A range of major developments, opportunities and events are in the immediate pipeline – not least of which is the November Anzac Centenary

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This City of Albany, Western Australia business profile has been made possible by the generous support of:

Albany Entertainment Centre
Western Power
Smith Constructions


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