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Spring

With cool crisp mornings and warm sunny days, spring is the perfect time to get out and behold the beauty of Albury Wodonga’s nature.

Suggestions for how to spend 1-2 hours in Albury Wodonga

In spring, the hills around Albury Wodonga are alive with native wildflowers. Experience this distinctive beauty by following the walking trails on Nail Can Hill and McFarlane’s Hill. While you’re taking in the stunning native flora and sweeping views make sure to also keep your eye out and your camera ready for wildlife.

Head to the region’s most significant art museum, Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA). MAMA is known for its innovative, original exhibitions featuring local, national, and international artists across three gallery spaces. When you’re done exploring these galleries head into the shop to find a unique locally made piece for yourself or to gift to someone special.

Spend some time relaxing under the shady canopies at Noreuil Park on the grassy banks of the mighty Murray River. Lay back and enjoy the peace with a book or meander along the river’s edge taking in the views. Pack yourself a picnic or grab lunch at The River Deck Café to make the most of your time here.

Wander through the gallery at the Murray Art Museum Albury

Spend a full day in Albury Wodonga


Morning 

Start your day with a coffee from BeanStation Café before heading out to Bonegilla Migrant Experience on the shores of Lake Hume. Here you will be immersed in the history and lives of 320,000 migrants who called this place home following World War II. Continue your morning with a short drive to the Hume Dam Wall, an impressive piece of engineering that can only be truly appreciated when walking along the top.

Lunch 

On the shores of Lake Hume you will find The Boat Shed at Lake Hume Resort, the perfect place to stop for lunch and take a moment to enjoy the charm of the lake from their deck.

Afternoon 

Spend the afternoon with a self-guided Albury CBD Historic Building Walking Tour. Starting at the Visitor Information Centre the tour will take you back one hundred years, highlighting the regions social, political, and economic past. Download the free app for all the information. While you’re trekking down Dean street make sure to squeeze in some retail therapy and some afternoon tea and one of the great cafes.

At the end of your day Settle in for a well-earned drink at Public House.

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Discover what it was like to be a migrant at the Bonegilla Migrant Experience