Area Profiles

Albany is WA’s first settlement (1826) located on the South Coast of Western Australia. Approximately 400km from Perth, and home to the National Anzac Centre, it is a picturesque, historical city offering white sandy beaches and spectacular scenery. Ideal for swimming, surfing, diving, whale watching, and nature walks, Albany offers the perfect balance of city convenience and a country lifestyle.
With over 30,000 people choosing to call Albany home, it provides a real community and a family friendly and safe environment. With great sporting facilities, a world-class entertainment precinct at the water’s edge, the weekend farmers markets, annual community fairs and many local events- it offers something for everyone.
The Albany Classic Car Rally or “Around the Houses” as it is affectionally known is an annual classic car race held in the heart of Albany’s CBD with the first race taking place in 1936. The Southern Peaks mountain bike event, Harbour Swim, Wave Fest, City to Surf, Elleker Marathon and Surf Craft Challenge are just a handful of other annual sporting events held in and around Albany.
The National ANZAC Centre & The Forts at Mount Clarence, Albany Heritage Park, the replica Brig Amity, Albany Whaling station, Ellen Cove, The Gap and Natural Bridge, Blow Holes, walking trails, bike trails and secluded beaches are just some of the internationally recognised attractions.
Food and wine lovers are spoilt for choice with Albany’s vibrant and fresh food scene. Offering world class a-la-carte restaurants, annual Taste Great Southern event, award-winning wineries and its own distillery (the first in WA to establish a single malt whisky) and brewery.
Albany Real Estate:
Albany has many heritage listed sites and homes – mainly located within the CBD. All property types are available from units and villas through to suburban homes, beach shacks, luxurious large homes and farmhouses.
There are a host of locations offering spectacular views - with Princess Royal Harbour, King George Sound, Porongurup National Park, Stirling Ranges, Middleton Beach and Lake Seppings on display. Outer suburban areas such as Lower King, Bayonet Head, and Oyster Harbour afford great lifestyle opportunities with ocean views and/or direct river access. Slightly further out in areas such as Kalgan, Torbay, Elleker and Willyung, you will find semi-rural and rural properties offering space, seclusion and a real country lifestyle.
As the regional centre, Albany offers a deep-water port, major hospital, all business-related services, excellent private and public schooling, tertiary education and major shopping and supplies. It serves as the central hub for surrounding towns and farming districts.
You will find Albany a welcoming and exciting place to live!


Denmark, where the forest meets the sea!
Located on the Great South West Edge (The Rainbow Coast) 414 kms from Perth and 57 kms from the regional centre Albany, Denmark is home to places of cultural and natural significance. Coming from Albany, you cross the beautiful Denmark River and start to see what this charming town has to offer. Denmark shire has a population of around 6,000 people and swells to much bigger numbers during holiday periods.
Explore pristine beaches, geological wonders, wildflowers, ancient forests, rugged mountain ranges and vast national parks; William Bay, Valley of the Giants and West Cape Howe - the southernmost point of Western Australia.
Denmark is internationally known as a unique holiday destination and biodiversity hotspot; you can soak up the natural beauty, indulge in our world class food, cool climate wines and boutique beers or trek our many world-renowned walk and bike trails; the Munda Biddi trail, WOW (wilderness ocean walk), Mokare Heritage trail and the Bibbulman Track.
Enjoy Denmark’s village atmosphere and its Mediterranean climate. The choices for adventure or relaxation are endless. The captivating contrasts between land and sea make this region a truly unique destination.
Denmark Real Estate:
As diverse as the people who choose to call Denmark home.
From the humble holiday shack to premium architect designed residences, large rural holdings and lifestyle properties all merging with choices of Denmark’s town centre and river locations. Whether you prefer ocean or inlet views, valley views, private bush hideaways, granite outcrops, forest or town, the choice is yours!
Locations such as Ocean Beach are naturally centred around the beach and tend to offer standard sized lots through to very small acreage, whilst areas like Shadforth and Scotsdale are more rural and offer larger land holdings. Homes near the centre of town are generally suburban with everything you need within walking distance.


Nullaki offers an exclusive opportunity to live right on the coast in one of the states’ most spectacular and exclusive locations – a rare, gated, conversation estate. The area is mostly elevated with panoramic views over the sparkling waters of Wilson Inlet, the mighty Southern Ocean, forest, the rolling hills of Denmark, Porongurup, Stirling Ranges, Many Peaks and beyond to Albany.
Just across the waters of Wilson Inlet from Denmark, there is direct access to the largest inlet in WA from Nullaki with its waters offering an abundance of seafood including fish, mussels and crabs.
Each lot within the estate is around 100 acres and provides for up to two dwellings plus sheds. There are special guidelines to ensure that the pristine natural environment is protected. Nullaki is truly a place to feel miles away from it all yet only 40 minutes’ drive to Albany.


Home to the Rock Walk and Granite Skywalk at Castle Rock, the Porongurup Range offers a rugged landscape, with wildflowers, birds and wildlife. Famous for cool climate vineyards and award-winning wineries, Porongurup is only a half hour drive from Albany and is a beautiful destination for those seeking solitude, relaxation, and nature walks. It is also a spectacular and very affordable place to call home with rural and semi-rural property options.
The Porongururp Range was formed more than 1,400 million years ago and is renowned for its beauty, surrounded by giant Karri trees. The Porongurup National Park is listed as a National Heritage site making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.