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Albury Wodonga

See both sides

Snapshot of Albury Wodonga attractions

1. Don’t miss visiting MAMA – Murray Art Museum Albury. MAMA stimulates your senses and challenges your mind, with new exhibitions every month.
2. See stunning contemporary Aboriginal sculptures along the signposted Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk.
3. Explore Albury's CBD historic buildings history at your own pace with a self guide tour.
4. Discover Albury’s riverside parklands on foot or from the water, just minutes from central Albury.
5. Visit Junction Place for cool dining and drinking options like Beanstation Café, and the Goods Shed Craft Beer Café.
6. Explore the amazing Bonegilla Migrant Experience – an intimate glimpse into the hopes and dreams of Australia's post-war migrants.
7. Visit Arts Space Wodonga, a contemporary art gallery with over ten exploratory exhibitions each year.
8. Travel the High Country Rail Trail from Wodonga and into the high country; perfect for solo riders and active families.

Contemporary yet steeped in history, the streets of Albury Wodonga are lined with beautiful and distinctive heritage buildings and fascinating museums. Albury Wodonga is about the good things in life – relaxation, time with family and friends, amazing outdoor activities, delicious regional food and wine, great shopping, art and theatre.

History buffs must make a pilgrimage visit to the historic Bonegilla Migrant Experience, a place that was home to 320,000 post-war migrants between the 1940s and 1970s. Many migrant arrivals settled in the region, contributing to the exciting and diverse cultural lifestyle enjoyed in Albury Wodonga today.

The Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) will inspire and delight art lovers with it's impressive permanent collection of works by Australian landscape painter Sir Russell Drysdale and also its line up of national and international touring exhibitions.

Visit the Albury Wodonga Farmers Market for delicious local produce that is sourced by many of our local restaurateurs. Be sure to dine at Albury Wodonga’s many fine restaurants and eateries. Find more now!

Nature lovers will be thrilled with array of outdoor activities that are offer and stay at one of the riverside holiday villages, parks and resorts to enjoy the stunning panorama for hours on end.

Lake Hume is the perfect spot for adrenaline-pumping water sports such as skiing and jet skiing as well as fantastic fresh water fishing, boating and swimming. On land, explore the the 80km of bike trails or tee off at the challenging championship courses at either the Commercial Club or Thurgoona Golf Course.

There really is something to entertain everyone, so come see both sides and do what the locals do – ride your bike, jump in a canoe, pull out the clubs or simply wind down and explore, taste and enjoy.

Albury Visitor Information Centre

Address: Railway Place, Cnr Smollett and Young Streets
: Albury
: 1300 ALBURY (1 300 252 879)
: 02 6023 8284
Opening Hours:
9am-5pm Mon - Frid, 10am–3pm weekends and Public Holidays
Christmas and Good Friday
Email: [email protected]

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