Albany Town Hall

217 York Street, Albany WA 6330

08 9841 9260

albany.wa.gov.au

Opened in 1888, Albany's Town Hall is the iconic building of the main street. The grand old stone building, with its four-faced clock tower, has been transformed into gallery spaces and an upstairs theatre.

Access Information

Lift access to the second level (theatre level).

Six steps lead into the ground level of the building from the York Street entry.

Level entry through side entrance on the north side of the venue, near the external staircase.

There is no audio loop available for performances in Albany Town Hall Theatre.

Wheelchair spaces are available at the front of the seating area. 

A universal access toilet is available.

Pick up and set down is available in the car park outside the North side of the venue or on York Street

Parking

A car park is located behind the venue, with access off Grey Street and Collie Street.

Additional Street parking is available. Please refer to signage for payments and duration.

1 x ACROD bay is located on York Street, 40 metres north of the Albany Town Hall

Etiquette

Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance. Please check event page for the latecomer policy.

Mobile devices are to be turned off during the event.

Photography and recording of any kind is prohibited during the event.

Transport

Loves Bus operates during the day Monday to Saturday between the City centre and some of the outlying suburbs, including Middleton Beach, Emu Point, Lockyer and Spencer Park. 

Timetables are available from the Albany Visitors Centre and online.

For more information on routes, timetables and services contact Loves Bus on 08 9841 1211