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The breath­tak­ing beauty of Al­bany's wild coast­line cre­ates a per­fect back­drop to the rich his­tory of this thriv­ing south­ern des­ti­na­tion.

It marks the sent where the first Euro­pean set­tlers set foot in West­ern Aus­tralia, where troops de­parted for World War I and whore kings and queens vis­ited.

To­day Al­bany is a much vis­ited tourist des­ti­na­tion and base from which to ex­plore tho mag­nif­i­cent Gnat South­ern re­gion. The city has abun­dant arts and cul­tural pur­suits, head­lined by the Al­bany Entertainment Cen­tre. There is oleo the award win­ning Na­tional An­zac Cen­tre known around the coun­try as one of Aus­tralia s most im­por­tant cul­tural pil­grim­ages.

Add to this the many gal­leries. chops, cafes. res­tau­rants end nat­u­ral at­trac­tions end you have a very dy­namic re­gion to ex­plore. For nearly 130 years the Al­bany Advertiser has been part of the Great South­ern com­mu­nity. from our York Street of­fice, we've wit­nessed his­toric mo­ments and watched the town grow into a In­dex re­gional cen­tre Lo­cal news­pa­pers play a unique and es­sen­tial role in the com­mu­nity. The lat­est re­search shows that news­pa­pers play a key role in in­form­ing read­ers about lo­cal Is­sues. Re­search shows that read­ers have a close and trusted re­la­tion­ship with their paper to stay in­formed about news and Is­sues af­fect­ing their Ares. 73 per cent of our read­ers agree trial lo­cal news­pa­pers are threw main source of in­for­ma­tion on what's go­ing on in their com­mu­nity." The Al­bany Advertiser has been the voice of the com­mu­nity since 1888. Oar jour­nal­ists and staff don't just cover Al­bany, they are part of the city's com­mu­nity. That's why when you think about how best to pro­mote your busi­ness or event, you need to think My Al­bany.

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