Are you an Albury Wodonga local with visitors coming to town?
If you’re looking for tips on hosting, we can help.
If you live locally, you might take all the delights of our twin cities and surrounding countryside for granted. To help you see your home in the eyes of your visiting friends and family, we’ve assembled some top experiences.
Coffee from The River Deck, a wander by the river, and an epic playground for kids – given the river is what defines the region, this is an ideal place to introduce newcomers to what makes Albury Wodonga so special.
Check the calendar for this weekend’s markets. From home-made goodies to freshly grown produce, and the best bacon-and-egg-rolls in the region, our markets are a truly local institution.
When hunger strikes, Junction Place delivers. Set in a former railway station, you’ll find beer and burgers at The Goods Shed, or fancier fare at Miss Amelie, as well as street food and ice-cream, served fresh from shipping containers and BeanStation Cafe.
Albury Botanic Gardens is simply one of the country’s finest public parks. With rolling lawns, glorious flower beds and the ever-popular children’s garden featuring friendly dinosaurs, it’s an oasis in the heart of town that never fails to delight.
History just out of town
Just a short drive from Albury Wodonga, both Bonegilla Migrant Experience and the Hume Dam at Lake Hume offer fascinating insights into our past and our culture. Heading west, Jindera Pioneer Museum is also an exploration of the past, showcasing what life was like for early settlers.
Need some help?
If you need some help with places to eat or places to stay or even places to entertain the kids, this website has a lot of information. And if you need more assistance, you can always call or visit us at the Albury Visitor Information Centre, we’d love to help you be the host with the most (local knowledge that is!)