COVID-19 Update (23/03/2020)
March 23, 2020

An update to our attractions and the current COVID-19 crisis.

At this stage, WA’s cultural institutions remain open under social distancing conditions.

It is important to note advice from Federal and State Health authorities is being continually updated as the COVID-19 situation develops.

The State Government continues to provide advice to cultural institutions and other businesses to assist them to put appropriate measures in place to protect patrons and staff.

The State Government is following the nationally consistent approach to COVID-19, and is taking advice from the Department of Health and National Cabinet.We will continue to take advise regarding our operations from the WA and Federal Governments.

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You can support our important work by becoming a member of the Albany Historical Society.

Membership is as low as $15 a year for single membership, and entitles you to receive copies of our quartlerly newsletter, free entry to the Albany Convict Gaol and Patrick Taylor Cottage and to access our new Online Members' Area.

The Online Members' Area allows members to browse our extensive (over 3500+) archive of paintings and photographs of Albany and surrounding regions from the past, as well as our newly digitised archive of magazines, featuring articles relating to Albany's history.

About Us

Founded in 1962, Albany Historical Society is a non-profit organisation, staffed entirely by volunteers. We are dedicated to preserving Albany’s unique history and managing two of Albany’s most historic buildings.