The Desert Landing Corps Monument is located in Albany, Australia, which is almost the southernmost land of Australia. The scenery is very beautiful. The monument records the landing of the Australian and New Zealand troops! Very commemorative! Came here by car and enjoyed the beauty of Australia along the way, the cute kangaroos, a very beautiful experience!
[Attraction guide] Detailed address: LOT 1189 Apex Dr, Mount Clarence WA 6330, Australia transportation strategy: 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 under 4 years old, $21 for seniors over 60 years old. Highlights: overlooking the commanding heights of the charming bay, Albany's Desert Cavalry Monument. 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. The southern coastline of Western Australia is a place full of vitality and alluring beauty. Huge rocky ruggedness, white sandy beaches covering the coast, and the violence of the Southern Ocean when the wind is raging. But it seems like the magic of nature. The Royal Princess of Albari enters from the Southern Ocean through a narrow strait, and the entire waters are so calm. On Clarence Hill in the city, we can overlook the magnificent view of King George Bay and visit the historic Desert Cavalry War Memorial. The 9-meter-high statue depicts the scene of Australian soldiers helping New Zealand soldiers on the African battlefield during World War I.