Albion Park is known for its wonderful museums. The Illawarra Light Railway Museum is dedicated to the small steam and diesel powered locomotives that served in the mining and agricultural industries and for flying buffs, Albion Park's Illawarra Regional Airport is a great place to experience the thrills of flying in a light aircraft, while the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society Museum (HARS) features fully restored and operational aircraft ranging from small Cessnas to Tiger Moths and is now home to the 747-438 "City of Canberra" - Longreach, Qantas Passenger Jet.
Discover the rich history and see the sites and heritage buildings left behind by our pioneers through the Albion Park Heritage Trail. The trail begins in Russell Street, Albion Park Rail at the Illawarra Shorthorn Sculpture and takes approximately two hours. Download the "Tread Shellharbour" app from the App Store or Google Play and take a virtual tour.