What’s On in November in Albany WA

Discover one of Australia’s oldest towns this November and explore Albany in Western Australia. With plenty to see and do for all ages, Albany makes the perfect spring trip! Stay with us at ibis Styles Albany, offering a range of accommodation options located centrally. Read on to discover our guide to what’s on in November in Albany!

Albany Farmers Markets
Every Saturday a car park in the heart of Albany Western Australia is transformed into a busy thriving marketplace. Local producers bring their fresh, seasonal product and sell direct to local and tourists. An established top spot to shop for the day to day and for the unexpected and unusual!

Cruise Ship in Albany: Maasdam
Albany Port was the first Port in Western Australia, being the site of the first European settlement in WA in 1826. Wander down on November 7th and you will be able to see the cruise ship Maasdam arriving to the port.

Albany Boatshed Markets
The Albany Boatshed Markets are on every Sunday from 10am-1pm at the Boatshed on Princess Royal Drive, Albany. The markets feature local growers and producers of fresh and gourmet foods and Great Southern wines. Whether you are a local resident or a visitor to the region, the Albany Boatshed Markets have something for everyone!

Albany Agricultural Show
Founded in 1889, this year is the 122nd in the Society’s 127th year history. This community based event takes place over two days each year in mid-November with the aim of promoting, encouraging and assisting the development of the resources of Albany and the Great Southern Region. The Society is a non-for-profit and show attendance has consistently numbered over 18,000 over the last few years.
Show hours are from 9am to 9pm Friday 8th November and 9am to 5pm Saturday 9th November 2019.

Where to stay? Stay with us at ibis Styles Albany, located centrally, offering a range of accommodation options to suit both business and leisure travel needs. Book your stay today!

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