Glowing artwork lures over 18,000 visitors to Albany’s Mount Clarence since launch image
26 October 2018

Recently launched art installation Field of Light: Avenue of Honour by internationally acclaimed UK artist Bruce Munro has attracted more than 18,000 visitors since it opened to the public October 4.

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Calicivirus released to control wild rabbits image
22 October 2018

The City of Albany are advising residents that rabbit control will begin during late Spring at Emu Point and Mount Adelaide using carrot baits treated with the naturally occurring strain of rabbit calicivirus RHDV1-K5.

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Anzac Albany Heritage Sites – a self-guided experience of Albany’s Anzac legacy image
22 October 2018

A self-guided tour of Albany’s heritage sites will provide residents and visitors the opportunity to learn about Albany’s Anzac legacy.

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Dead shark no cause for concern image
12 October 2018

The City of Albany is advising swimmers the Ellen Cove shark barrier is secure and there is no need to be concerned after a dead shark was located within the swimming enclosure this morning.

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Retracing loved ones’ journey image
10 October 2018

Narelle Levin of Melbourne will visit Albany later this month as she retraces the footsteps of two of her loved ones who were among the Anzac soldiers to sail from King George Sound in 1914 for World War I.

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Amazing South Coast appoints executive officer image
8 October 2018

New tourism organisation Amazing South Coast Tourism Inc has recruited more than three decades of experience to help lead its members in promoting the region as a destination by appointing Peter Grigg as its executive officer.

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By Others Eyes: The Armistice Day Choral Project image
1 October 2018

Within the glowing stems of the Field of Light: Avenue of Honour a choral performance titled By Other Eyes will commemorate the centenary of Armistice on November 11.

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Soldiers return home to Albany for centenary of Armistice image
21 September 2018

Two soldiers who sailed from Albany aboard a troopship in November 2014 for the centenary of the departure of Anzacs from King George Sound have returned home in time to be part of events remembering the end of the Great War.

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 Remember in Albany image
18 September 2018

Albany will host one of the biggest Remembrance Day programs in Australia to mark 100 years since the Armistice of WWI.

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Once lost but not forgotten – missing names on Avenue of Honour remembered image
12 September 2018

Four diggers whose names were missing from the Avenue of Honour on Mount Clarence will receive new plaques this week ahead of the opening of an exhibition paying tribute to the more than 180 men and women remembered along the Avenue.

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