Albury CBD Walking Tour

Albury CBD Walking Tour

Tour operated by: Albury CBD Walking Tour

Address: Railway Place, Cnr Smollett and Young Streets, Albury, New South Wales 2640

Phone: 13 0025 2879  

Email: info@visitalburywodonga.com
Web: visitalburywodonga.com/albury-cbd-historic-building-walking-tour

The Albury CBD Walking Tour showcases 21 sites spread over 13 locations along Albury's Smollett and Dean Streets.

It is the perfect way to experience Albury's beautiful city centre in the context of their rich, pioneering history. Included on the tour are stops at the Albury Railway Station, Botanic Gardens, Beehive Buildings and the former Waterstreet's Hotel.

Silver bollards mark the stopping points along the tour, and a brief description of each individual landmark is provided. When you approach each site, you will be prompted to listen to audio and scroll through a selection of historic photographs.

A hard copy of the tour (including a map of the city and landmark descriptions) is available from the Albury and Wodonga Visitor Information Centres. It is also available to download at iTunes and Google play stores at no cost.

Tour pricing information (GST included)

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Tour starting location

Albury Railway Station

Mode of transport

  • Walk

Activities

  • Guided walks

Experiences

  • Walking

Facilities

  • Car park

Disabled access

Contact operator for further details.

Languages

  • English

The Albury CBD Walking Tour takes you on a trail of Albury's history and heritage taking you back a hundred years or more into their social, political and economic past.

Take a walk around the 18th and 19th century buildings on Dean Street between Kiewa and Olive Streets, see the Post Office, Court House and Telegraph Office, the Colonial Mutual Life Building, the former Crown Lands Office, now Burrows House and the old Farmers and Graziers Woolstore on Smollett Street.

Download the free Albury Historic Building Walking Tour app to give you info on 21 landmarks along Smollett and Dean Streets. Silver bollards mark the stopping points along the tour, ensuring you are on the right track.

When you approach each site, you will be prompted to listen to audio and scroll through a selection of historic photographs.

The full tour takes two hours, but you can stop off at one of the great cafés in the area to refuel. Ask the Visitor Information Centre staff if you would prefer to have a hard copy of the tour.

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