Ready to jet to Albany, WA, Australia (ALH)?
Search for your cheap flight now!
Cheap flights to
Albany, WA, Australia (ALH)
Recent visitors to Jetabroad have found the following cheap flights to Albany:
Note, these airfares include all taxes and fees.
Cheap flights to Albany from Australia
Perth to Albany, WA, Australia (ALH) flying REX (Regional Express) one way, AUD$145.65
Very High. This cheap flight was found in the last 2 days. It is very likely that similar airfares are still available for certain travel dates.
Perth to Albany, WA, Australia (ALH) flying REX (Regional Express) return, AUD$292.31
High. This cheap flight was found in the last week. It is likely that similar airfares are still available for certain travel dates.
- These results are for flights to the following
- All results shown have been returned by the Jetabroad search engine since
18 Dec 2017
- Where currency conversion has been used to deliver results shown on this page, exchange rates at the time of the flight
searches have been applied.
Find recent search results for cheap flights to hundreds of other destinations.
Albany (pron.: /ˈælbəni/) is a port city in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, some 418 km SE of Perth, the state capital. As of 2009, Albany's population was estimated at 33,600, making it the 6th-largest city in the state.
The city centre is at the northern edge of Princess Royal Harbour, which is a part of King George Sound. The Central Business District is bounded by Mount Clarence to the east and Mount Melville to the west. The city is in the Local Government Area of the City of Albany.
Albany was founded in January 1827 as a military outpost of New South Wales as part of a plan to forestall French ambitions in the region. The area was initially named Frederickstown in honour of Prince Frederick, Duke of York and Albany. In 1831, the settlement was transferred to the control of the Swan River Colony and renamed Albany by Governor James Stirling.
During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the town served as a gateway to the Eastern Goldfields and, for many years, it was the colony's only deep-water port, having a place of eminence on shipping services between Britain and its Australian colonies. The construction of Fremantle Harbour in 1893, however, saw its importance as a port decline, after which the town's industries turned primarily to agriculture, timber and, later, whaling. Unlike Perth and Fremantle, Albany was a strong supporter of Federation in 1901.
Today the town is a place of significance as a tourist destination and base from which to explore the South-West of the State and is well regarded for its natural beauty and preservation of heritage. The town has an important, though somewhat controversial, role in the Anzac legend, being the last port of call for troopships departing Australia in the First World War.
Albany is the oldest permanently settled town in Western Australia, predating Perth and Fremantle by some two years.
Read the full article at Wikipedia.