Arts, culture, heritage and lifestyle in Albion Park
Albion Park is a compact but lively town at the gateway to Kiama. It lies at the junction of routes to Sydney and the Southern Highlands.
About Albion Park
Albion Park has some wonderful small museums. The Illawarra Light Railway Museum is dedicated to the small steam- and diesel-powered locomotives that served in the mining and agricultural industries. The Tongarra Museum illustrates the amazing history of the Illawarra with artefacts, photographs, historical documents and sketches. The Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Museum features fully restored and operational aircraft, ranging from small Cessnas to a fleet of stars, such as Tiger Moths. Albion Park's Illawarra Regional Airport is a great place to experience the thrills of flying in a light aircraft. The Sydney Microlight Centre, based at the airport, offers professional pilot training as well as introductory flights. This is the closest approved microlight training facility to Sydney.
Saturday 17 October to Sunday 18 October 2015
Slam Down Under Tenth Anniversary The Illawarra basketball committee
Friday 9 October 2015 to Sunday 10 January 2016
Air Museum Open Day - HARS Aviation Museum The Historical Aircraft Restoration
Albion Park's proximity to several museums makes it a great place to immerse yourself in some art, history and culture. Calderwood Valley Golf Course is open to the public offers a unique feature at every hole.
The South Coast of NSW is a premier whale watching destination offering lots of vantage points. You'll find plenty of choice here from joining a whale-watching cruise to seeing the whales from a headland, viewing platform or coastal national park.
Known as the gateway to Kiama, Albion Park offers a number of accommodation options for travellers passing through. Park Meadows Bed and Breakfast is minutes away from the town centre. Cooby Springs Country Retreat offers an authentic farm life experience.
Waterfall at Macquarie Pass National Park. Image Andrew Brown, Office of Environment and Heritage
Macquarie Pass National Park. Image Andrew Brown, Office of Environment and Heritage
Steam train at the Illawarra Light Railway Museum in Albion Park. Image Tourism Shellharbour