Albury LibraryMuseum

Address: Cnr Kiewa and Swift Street, Albury, New South Wales 2640

Phone: 02 6023 8333  


The award-winning Albury LibraryMuseum adds architectural drama to the city's landscape. The building's exterior orange and grey criss-cross design was inspired by a historic rail bridge spanning the Murray River and is a must see for all visitors.

The stunning public facility brings together state-of-the-art technology, a focus on the city's heritage, engaging interactive exhibitions and the reading and research elements of a library.

History 'buffs' will enjoy the permanent exhibition Crossing Place: A Story of Albury. It tells the story from the first encounters with the Wiradjuri, traditional owners of the land, through to the post war European migration scheme, to the cosmopolitan, grand city we enjoy today. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the exhibition's monthly guided tours to truly experience Albury's past.

If your purpose is more aligned with relaxing, pick up a good book and park yourself in one of the many comfy chairs or beanbags.

Explore Australia's history, review the latest design and art magazines, unwind with the latest bestseller or just read the local newspaper.

With access to computers and free internet and wireless is available, you may like to write home and describe your travels though Albury and the beautiful surrounding region.

Content: Albury City Council


This is a free attraction.


  • Bicycle rack
  • Child activities
  • Conference/convention facilities
  • Access without assistance for the disabled
  • Toilet facilities for the disabled
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Public toilet


  • Self guided

Disabled access

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