What are kids doingWelcome to our newly updated Things to do with Kids Page!
We have developed this page by public demand, it's nice to have lots of options in the one place. Albany & the Great Southern WA offers many great opportunities for families with children, either holidaying or residents alike, to find something amazing to do.
We have included many low cost ideas that will keep you and your family entertained but won't have you breaking the piggy bank. Dive in and check out the options, you may just find your new family favourite! 

Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre

ALAC-school-holiday-programSaturday January 7th
Super Splash Saturday
1pm - 3pm
must be over stage 5
$6 per person

Monday January 9th
King River Canoe Trip
King River
9am - 12 noon
9-14 years
$40 per person

Tuesday January 10th
9-11am / 12-2pm  / 3-5pm
7-16 years
$20 per person

Wednesday January 11th
Model Aircraft & Paper Planes
ANZAC Centre
7-12 years & $16pp

Mt Clarence Night Walk
6.30-8pm (Family Event)
Family (2A + 3 kids)

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The Old Marron Farm - Albany

old marron farm 2013If your children are animal lovers then The Old Marron Farm - Albany is a must.
There's guinea pigs, rabbits, chickens and a walk in bird aviary.
Parents aren't forgotten with a picturesque garden and Nippers Cafe  on site.
Where : 304 Two People's Bay Rd, Albany
Phone : 9846 4239    
Click here for opening hours
Also including... Segway Adventure Tours...

Albany Bicycle Hire

Albany Bicycle HireAlbany Bicycle Hire provides free bicycle drop off and pick up service to any accommodation in the Albany City area, Middleton Beach or the Visitors Centre.
Short term hire is available at Middleton Beach during the Christmas and Easter School Holidays or every day from Havana Villas, Emu Point.
Full day from $25         2 days from $45        3 days from $55           7 days from $85
Phone : 9842 2468

The Old Gaol & Museum

Gaol4 300x175Now fully restored, the Gaol is a complex of men’s cell blocks and some warders' quarters, built in 1852 for Imperial convicts shipped to WA as artisans and skilled labourers.
Women’s cells, the Great Hall and more warders' quarters were constructed of brick between 1872 and 1875. At this time the complex was also used as a colonial prison.
The Gaol was last used as a police lockup in the Great Depression of the 1930s. Extensive restoration from 1989 to 1996 returned the Gaol's condition to its original state. Cells, warders' quarters and the Great Hall contain displays pertinent to the times and usage of these stark quarters.

For a night tour, phone John on 0407 387 484 or Joy on 9841 4180
Open : 10.00am - 4.00pm Daily #
Admission Prices : Adults $5.00 Concession $2.50 Child $2.50 Family $12.00 Children under 6 years free


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