Have a wild time with return of nocturnal tours

Saskia AdystiAlbany Advertiser
Golden Possums at the Albany’s Historic Whaling Stations.
Camera IconGolden Possums at the Albany’s Historic Whaling Stations. Credit: Alice Ackley

The wildly popular Nocturnal Tours at Albany’s Historic Whaling Station are back this month.

Albany families can once again explore the station’s wildlife park after dark to see the nocturnal wildlife, such as golden possums, flying foxes, wombats and potoroos.

Albany Whaling Station marketing director Alice Ackley said the events sold out last year and the station was happy to bring the night tours back for two nights this month.

“We saw a lot of interest from families who like to explore our great site after dark, so we thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to bring it back this April,” she said. “It’s a great opportunity to see the animals that you wouldn’t necessary see interact during the day.

“And you will be getting great personalised tours from our wonderful nightlife keepers as well.”

The nocturnal tours will be back on April 12 and 26 and bookings are essential for guests.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for concessions and $12 for children under 15.

Get the latest news from thewest.com.au in your inbox.

Sign up for our emails