Overview

Albury Wodonga

Mixing heritage with modern culture, Albury Wodonga blends country pace and city lifestyle with its offerings of historical buildings, cultural events, vibrant shopping precincts and tree-lined gardens.

Twin towns

Straddling the state line that separates Victoria and New South Wales, Albury Wodonga is united by the Murray River that winds its way between the two cities. Once a busy trade route for paddle steamers, the river now serves as a backdrop to the cities' parklands, walking trails, golf courses and cultural events. Avid anglers have plenty to celebrate too, with some of the region's best fishing spots nearby.

Cultural crossings

Learn about Albury Wodonga's rich heritage at the LibraryMuseum and immerse yourself in the Crossing Place: A Story of Albury, an inspiring multimedia exhibition chronicling the city's evolution from first contact with the Wiradjuri people to the present day.

Delve into the local culture and catch visiting exhibitions by renowned Australian and international artists at the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA). See live shows by national and international performers, from The Russian Ballet and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra through to stand-up comedians, pop stars and rock bands. For a dose of festival action, time your visit to coincide with Write Around the Murray or the Music in the Gardens season.

Enjoy some quiet time in the peaceful surrounds of the historic Albury Botanic Gardens. Learn about the horticultural significance of the gardens and explore the winding walkways of this regional treasure, which was founded more than 130 years ago.

Walking histories

Uncover the region's pioneering past at local museums or take the Albury CBD Walking Tour, available as a downloadable app or printed brochure. Explore the history reflected in the grand architecture of the city's buildings, most notably the restored Albury Railway Station.

Discover Australia's migrant history at the Bonegilla Migrant Experience. Built in 1947, Block 19 Bonegilla was Australia's first migration reception centre, housing over 320,000 migrants from 1947 to 1971.

Little kids, big adventures

Indoor and outdoors activities keep the young ones happy year-round. From the numerous local parks and the water slides at Totally Fun to indoor rock climbing, laser tag, mini golf and paintball, there's no end of fun to be had for little kids and big kids alike. And the annual Wodonga Children's Fair in October is not to be missed.

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