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Albany Gardens Holiday Resort, Albany

Albany Gardens Holiday Resort is situated in a peaceful and delightful parkland setting of four hectares. The Resort is centrally located being only one kilometre from the Albany City Centre and close to shops, facilities and tourist attractions. The Resort offers a range of accommodation including deluxe, holiday and chalet units and takes pride in its friendly and superior customer service.

There’s so much to see and do in and around Albany so at Albany Gardens we want to make your stay with us as memorable and enjoyable as possible. The Albany Gardens website has a number of itineraries under the “Things to Do” section so you don’t miss out on what this wonderful city and region have to offer.

Don’t hesitate to make contact if you require further information or assistance either via our website or on our freecall number.

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