Whether you are planning your trip in advance or looking for inspiration once you have arrived, the friendly faces at the Albury Visitor Information Centre are keen to make sure you have a great time.
Set on the Murray River, Albury Wodonga is renowned for its distinct natural beauty. The cities offer a unique blend of cosmopolitan shopping and entertainment, rich history and diverse culture, and splendid natural attractions.
There is the sophistication of a big city, yet the area is relaxed, friendly and easy to get around. Whether you are into bushwalking, fine wine, culture, shopping or adventure, you will not be short on fantastic experiences worthy of a postcard home.
Getting here is easy with direct flights from Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. Hire cars and taxis are readily available. The bus and rail network provide links from the capital and major regional cities, with the station just a short walk from the town centre. A number of beautiful driving routes can be recommended; the most direct being the Hume Freeway.
The friendly staff at the Albury Visitor Information Centre can assist you with great things to do and see, local and regional maps, accommodation assistance, free internet and WiFi access to key local tourism websites and free outbound emails.
Located in the historic Albury Railway Station precinct, the Centre has ample parking (including long vehicle parking) dump site, drinkable and non-drinkable water and is within easy walking distance of Albury's town centre.
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