Free event (no booking required)
Mysteries abound in this old seaside town, but if you are wise you may uncover the prize.
Explore Albany through a history treasure hunt, which will take you on an adventure through time!
Can you find the answers to unlock the treasure?
Pick up your Treasure Trail Passport from the Albany Town Hall, Albany Public Library or one of the participating venues listed below and scan the QR code on the back to reveal the locations of the clues.
Head to the locations shown on the map and a staff member will provide you with the clue.
It’s then up to you to solve the clue using your smarts and cunning (extra clues may be hidden at the location to help you solve the puzzle).
When you have solved the clue see a staff member to claim a sticker* for your passport. Once you have 10 stickers return to the Town Hall to claim your treasure.
This year's interactive Treasure Map or list of locations is below!
*Out of town locations are worth two stickers
Each of the following locations will provide you with a clue!
Albany Centennial Markets
Albany Wacky Golf
Albany's Historic Whaling Station
Coastal Creations and Co
Down South Arts and Crafts
Dylan's on the Terrace
Laubman and Pank
Rustlers Steakhouse and Grill
The Sandalwood Shop
University of Western Australia
Or use the map below!
Go in the draw to win!
Once you have completely filled in your passport, head back to the Albany Town Hall to pick up your treasure, AND go in the draw to win one of our THREE big prizes!
Simply scan the QR code at the Albany Town Hall and complete the survey.
FAMILY PASS TO ALBANY WACKY GOLF
Egyptian mummies, pirates, dinosaurs, Mario Bros and Ariel and her friends all find a home at this indoor themed mini golf course! Dress up in their costumes and hats while you enjoy this unique mini golf experience. This pass will allow 2 adults and 2 children to stay and play as many times as you like.
The Maritime Festival is presented by the City of Albany.
With thanks to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications through Festivals Australia.