Albert Park

Albert Park may refer to:

In Australia:

  • Albert Park, Lismore, home to international baseball stadium Baxter Field
  • Albert Park, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne
    • Albert Park and Lake, the park itself
    • Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, the track currently used for Formula One races.
    • Albert Park Football Club
  • Electoral district of Albert Park, an electoral district in Victoria
  • Albert Park, South Australia

In Canada:

  • Albert Park, Calgary, Alberta

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo:

  • Virunga National Park, a wildlife park formerly known as Albert National Park

In Fiji:

  • Albert Park (Suva), Fiji

In New Zealand:

  • Albert Park, Auckland

In United States:

  • Albert Park, New York, New York
  • Albert Park, San Rafael, California

In the United Kingdom:

  • Albert Park, Abingdon, Berkshire, England
  • Albert Park, Hawick, home ground of Hawick Royal Albert F.C.
  • Albert Park, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England
  • Albert Park, Lower Broughton, Salford, England

Other articles related to "albert park, park":

Albert Park College - History
... The new school is built on the site of the previous Albert Park College in Danks Street which closed at the end of 2006 due to low enrolments ... Originally opened as Albert Park High School, it was renamed Hobson's Bay Secondary College, and then Albert Park Secondary College before closing in 2006 ...
History Of Australian Rules Football In Victoria (1859–1900) - Some Stories From Individual Clubs - North Melbourne/Hotham/Albert Park
... formed in 1869 but before the start of the 1876 season the club amalgamated with Albert Park, one of the first non-geographical amalgamations ... It played during that season as Albert Park cum North Melbourne ... Games were played at Albert Park ...
Albert Park (Suva)
... Albert Park is located in Suva, the capital of Fiji ... Albert Park can hold two rugby matches at one time ... The park was the site of a landing by the Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith during the first trans-Pacific flight from the United States to Australia in 1928 ...
History Of Australian Rules Football In Victoria (1859–1900) - Some Stories From Individual Clubs - South Melbourne/Albert Park
... On the surface it may seem like a contradiction to record that a club alternatively known as Albert Park and South Melbourne was formed in about 1868 ... it appears that this club folded and that the Albert Park club that amalgamated with North Melbourne was a later club ...

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