With so much to see and do in Albury Wodonga, it’s inevitable you’ll work up a healthy appetite at the end of any given day.
Every night you can find a meal to remember, with dining options to suit just about every occasion, budget and palette.
A generous supply of pubs, restaurants and wine bars means every hour seems like happy hour. Award-winning craft beers and locally produced wines complement the creativity of the menus to give you the best of Albury Wodonga on your table. Don’t be shy to ask the staff for recommendations and try some seasonal delicacies at the likes of Bistro Selle.
Albury Wodonga is also blessed with an excellent array of restaurants inspired by traditions from around the world. Venues use regional produce to create an authentic and unforgettable dining experience.
For those seeking more refined, five-star dining to unwind after a busy (or lazy) day, Albury Wodonga has attracted a number of chefs who’ve tackled some of the more challenging kitchens in the world and opted to bring their culinary skills back to the region.
Especially notable is Miss Amelie. Set within the old Wodonga railway station building, this fine dining restaurant offers modern European fare. Next door is the wine bar Little Miss, or keep it casual at The Goods Shed Craft Café. These gems are all located in Junction Place, the epicentre of good eating in Wodonga.
The problem with dining out around here is getting to everything in just one visit. But that’s okay – you can always come back for seconds.