The Australian Deaf Games (ADG) will be held across Albury and Wodonga from 20 to 27 January 2018. Involving up to 19 sports and now held every four years, the games attract competitors from all over Australia and from a number of pacific nations (New Zealand, Fiji and Samoa). The games provides competitors an opportunity to participate to whatever level they aspire, be it for fun or selection in Australian squads as individuals or in teams. In addition, the games provide a major social and cultural festival for the whole deaf community.
For those wanting to be involved in the 2018 Australian Deaf Games, organisers are welcoming volunters apply through their online form.
There is no better place to get your insiders information on the best places to eat, sleep and play than right here at the Albury Visitor Information Centre. Our friendly and professional team can assist you with tips, maps, itineraries and information on local and regional attractions.
Here you will find a variety of choice from Hotels and Motels to Bed and Breakfasts, Tourist Parks and Self-Contained accommodation options. A plethora of cafes, restaurants, pub and clubs is available for your dining experience. Tours can be arranged to experience Albury’s rich history and heritage trails. Arts and cultural precincts are abundant with shopping, entertainment and nightlife all available for your pleasure.
If you simply want to enjoy the great outdoors, Albury Wodonga offers over 90kms of bicycle and walking paths including the wonderful Yindyamurra Sculpture Trail. With three golf courses on offer, don’t forget your golf clubs.
Alternatively, sample the cities rich art and culture with a visit to one of the many galleries, studios or performing art spaces. We are excited to announce that during the Games, MAMA (Murray Art Museum Albury) will be hosting the touring exhibition of the finalists in the Archibald Prize 2017. This exhibition is Auslan compatible with use of an app.
Why not stay another night or two and experience all Albury has to offer?
The Albury Visitor Information Centre is open daily from 9am until 5pm and is ideally located in the historic Albury Railway precinct, within walking distance of Albury’s CBD.
You'll find Albury Wodonga easily accessible, with unexpected discoveries around every corner. Use the Albury Wodonga Official Visitor Guide to plan your visit and make the most of this diverse part of Australia. The hardest thing will be deciding what to do next!
Stay in central hotels and motels close to cafes, culture, history, parks or the magnificent Murray River. Or unwind on the shores of Lake Hume or a resort style complex just minutes from town. From classic motor inns to luxury style resorts and independent motels to international hotel chains there really is something for everyone:
Whether travelling solo, with a partner or with the family, explore Albury Wodonga’s best cafes, galleries, museums and natural environments in one, two or three days. You may even find time to enjoy one of the many events happening in Albury Wodonga:
Cycle along the Murray River or wander through a local farmers market. Swim at Lake Hume in the morning, visit the Bonegilla Migrant Experience in the afternoon, then treat yourself at one of the region's acclaimed restaurants at night. It's all here and ready to be experienced, side by side:
Albury Wodonga's location on the Hume Freeway means it is an easy drive from Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and the many places in between. Albury Wodonga straddles the Murray River which forms the border between NSW and Victoria: