Whether you prefer the great outdoors or find the indoors more enticing, Albury Wodonga delivers in spades.
Immerse yourself in the city's rich migrant history at the Bonegilla Migrant Experience bringing to life the stories and experiences of those who once lived in the migrant reception and training centre while they were processed and allocated jobs, following World War II.
Make your way to the Gateway Village and plunge into the culture of the region, visit an artist-in-residence, or stroll through the village enjoying the public art, art galleries, and handcrafted woodwork. Stick around into the evening and catch a live show at the HotHouse Theatre.
For a more modern art experience make your way to Murray Art Museum Albury showcasing some of the best contemporary artists in Australia, and from around the world. You’ll also want to add Hyphen - Wodonga Library Gallery to your itinerary-canvas, home to several vibrant galleries - Artspace Gallery, Playspace Gallery, Community Gallery, and a library.
Keen to head further outdoors? Grab an e-bike or lace up your hiking boots and explore the Murray River and Lake Hume’s famous waterways. Take to one of the many walking tracks surrounding them such as Huon Hill Parklands which is ideal for bushwalking and sightseeing gifting prime views overlooking Lake Hume (which for those who like trivia, is six times the size of Sydney Harbour), or grab a kayak and hit the water for a paddle. For nature and bird-watching enthusiasts, Albury’s Wonga Wetlands
provides a serene backdrop frequented by over 350 varieties of birds as well as many species of mammals, reptiles and fish.
Stretch your legs and enjoy a stroll or bike ride along the 15 kilometre (return) Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk, hugging the Murray River to Wonga Wetlands. Along the way, you’ll find the trail lined with sculptures telling the story of Aboriginal history and the cultural significance of the Murray River.