Public Art In Albany

Albany is a port city located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is the oldest continuous European settlement in Western Australia, founded in 1826 and for a brief moment in time was the only  deep water port in the State. It also entwined itself in the ANZAC legend after the town  became  the last port of call for troopships departing Australia in the First World War. Early explorers, including François Thijssen (1626), George Vancouver (1791), Bruni d'Entrecasteaux (1792), Matthew Flinders (1801), Nicolas Baudin (1803), Phillip Parker King (1822), Dumont d'Urville (1826) and Major Edmund Lockyer (1826) all stopped by on their travels and have been, in some way, recognised by the people of Albany. 

Public Art in Albany

Desert Mounted Corps, Albany, public art Nicolas Baudin bust, Albany, Western Australia, public art Mokare statue, Albany, Western Australia, public art

   Desert Mounted Corps      Nicolas Baudin bust           Mokare statue

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk statue, Albany, Western Australia, public art Albany War Memorial, Albany, Western Australia Queen Victoria Memorial, Albany, Western Australia

 Mustafa Kemel Ataurk      Albany War Memorial      Queen Victoria Memorial

Dog Rock, Albany, Western Australia Gateway to the Hinterland sculpture, Albany, public art

                   Dog Rock                                     Gateway to the Hinterland

 Deepwater Jetty, Albany, Western Australia

     Lancel Victor de Hamel memorial                       Deepwater Jetty

Police memorial, Albany, Western Australia Mosiacs footpath, Albany, Western Australia

           Albany Police Monument                    Noongar Mosaic Footpath

Mariner monument, Albany, public art Princess Royal Drive plaque, Albany Major Edmund Lockyer Memorial, Albany, Western Australia

   Mariners Monument     Princess Royal Drive plaque    Lockyer Memorial

Town of Albany plaque, Albany, Western Australia Hordern Monument, Albany, Western Australia, public art 

 Town of Albany Plaque           Hordern Monument


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