This is one of the key parts of Albany to our minds. The ANZAC troops left Albany prior going to the Middle East in 1914-15, this was their last view of Australia and so many did not return home. The Park is located on top of the main hill overlooking Albany and King Georges Sound where the troopships and their naval escorts were anchored. It is a very moving place with a wonderful monument to the Desert Corps plus the views. Certainly worth the visit, the climb up the stairs, and some time for reflection.
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