If you’re looking for somewhere a little bit country and a little bit city this King’s birthday long weekend, Albury Wodonga has the goods. Hugged by nature and jam-packed with creativity, Albury Wodonga is a curious mix of culture, nature, history, and cuisine. Make the most of your long weekend – fill your phone with road trip tunes, load the car, and hit the road to our easy riverside cities.
Food and Wine
Our eateries know how to deliver delicious! From breakfast to dinner and everything in between, you’ll find an absolute treat for your taste buds. Coffee like a local or indulge your inner sweet tooth, and at the end of the day there are plenty of evening dining options waiting for you, so settle in and savour the flavour.
Once you’ve had your fill, there’s more to discover in the diverse wine regions surrounding Albury Wodonga.
Roam Rutherglen Winery Walkabout happens every June long weekend with a festival program featuring premium tastings, live entertainment, and unique sensory cellar door experiences from 15 of the region’s wineries.
Sit back, sip, and leave the driving to someone else on the shuttle bus from Albury Wodonga to and around the vineyards.
Nature in abundance
After a day of indulgence, a leisurely stroll may be required. A favourite amongst locals is the Wagirra Trail. Extending from South Albury to Wonga Wetlands in the West, the trail hugs the river banks of the Murray and showcases Albury’s natural beauty. The trail also includes the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk which features sculptures created by local Aboriginal artists.
Art and culture
Experience our unique history
A short drive east of Albury Wodonga is Bonegilla Migrant Experience. It is here over 330,000 post-WWII migrants began their lives in Australia. Take a self-guided tour to learn and connect with our past.
Go further back in time at Jindera Pioneer Museum, one of regional Australia’s best museums for over 50 years. Explore two acres of grounds with a variety of authentic pioneer to late Victorian architecture and furnishings.
It wouldn’t be right to spend a weekend away without enjoying a shopping spree. Our compact cities offer amazing variety. Local boutique stores Zeinert and Co and Di Billiet serve up gorgeous homewares, clothing, and giftware.