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National Anzac Centre

National Anzac Centre

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Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"[Attraction guide] Detailed address: 67 Forts Rd, Mount Clarence WA 6331, Australia transportation guide: Public transportation is not very convenient. There are daily regional flights from Perth to Albari, which takes 1 hour and 20 minutes. It is recommended to drive or travel with a group. It takes about five hours to drive from Perth. Opening hours: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Ticket price: $25 for adults, $11 for 4-15 years old, free for people under 4 years old, $21 for seniors over 60 years old. Highlights: The museum where you can play machine guns and cannons by the sea, and the royal fortress in the town of Albany. Going to Western Australia in winter is the local summer, and the climate is quite pleasant, especially the small town of Albany in southern Western Australia, which has now been voted as one of the most livable cities in Australia. When domestic partners wear down and freeze During the dog season, summer travel in a seaside town is really envious of others. An important historical site in Albany is called the Royal Prince. Although the two world wars in the twentieth century allowed Australians to see the scale of the real war, the "fragile" Australians at that time were convinced that they were vulnerable. During the 1970s and 1880s, the fortress protected Albany, the only important port city between Perth and Port Lincoln. The fortress was stationed from 1893 to 1956, after which the complex was transformed into a school and holiday camp. The site was renovated in 1987, and a military museum was built next to it. Visitors can visit the guardhouse, canteen, commander’s residence, stables and barracks, as well as various large machine guns and artillery preserved. Review in the guide’s commentary Those prosperous years."