Based on the population, Albany is the sixth largest city in Western Australia. The estimated population in Albany as of 2015 census was 33,970 and the postcode of this city is 6330. The land area of this city covers around 300km2 which equals 115 sq miles.
Albany enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers, wet winters and pleasant springs. The average rainfall recorded throughout the year is nearly 930mm, in which the months from May to August receive abundant rainfall. However, the average temperature remains more or less constant throughout the year and it is about 20deg Celsius.
Albany is one of the prominent tourist destinations in WA, and it is well regarded for its natural beauty and renowned heritage sites. Some of the scenic and lovely tourist attractions in this city are Torndirrup National Park, King George Sound, West Cape Howe National Park, Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Lake Seppings, Oyster Harbor, Western Australia, Greens Pool, Albany Wind Farm, Albany Cottage Hospital etc.