Albury-Wodonga sits at the centre of the Melbourne–Sydney–Canberra triangle and at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. The cities are separated by the beautiful Murray River, which forms the border between NSW and Victoria.
The drive to Albury-Wodonga along the Hume Highway is an easy one. The scenery is pleasant, the road conditions are good and there are plenty of rest stops along the way.
The extensive bus and train services link Albury-Wodonga to the capital cities and numerous regional centres on a daily occurrence.
For visitors who choose to fly, there are over 180 flights in and out of Albury Airport each week allowing travellers from Sydney and Melbourne to arrive in Albury Wodonga within an hour.
Distances and time to Albury-Wodonga
|Sydney (552km)||1 hour||5.5 hours||7.5 hours|
|Melbourne (310km)||55 mins||3 hours||3.5 hours|
|Adelaide (867km)||via Melbourne||9 hours||via Melbourne|
|Canberra (367km)||45 mins||3.5 hours||N/A|