Albany is located in Western Australia and considered as a statistical area level 2 (SA2). The 2019 population estimate for Albany is stated above. The population of Albany is collected during censuses, every five years. In the last census in 2016, Albany had a population of 14,251 persons. The live population is calculated using growth rate between 2011 and 2016 and national adjustments after 2016.
Albany has an area of 30.5 square kilometres (km2), which provides a population density of 467 persons in each square kilometre. Below map presents the area and borders of Albany.
Albany is neighbour with 3 suburbs of Bayonet Head - Lower King, Little Grove - Elleker, and McKail - Willyung. The table below shows the population in 2016. Click on the suburbs to see the live population.
|Little Grove - Elleker||142.7||3,630|
|Bayonet Head - Lower King||24.9||4,831|
|McKail - Willyung||101.2||10,431|
Raw Data Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics