Albury City and Albury Wodonga Football Association are excited to be hosting the 2019 CLFA Victorian Country Championship.

Held over the 2019 Queen’s Birthday weekend (9, 10 and 11 June), we warmly welcome players, officials, family and support crews to Albury.


Event venue

Jelbart Park, Moore Street, Lavington. Overflow games will be played at nearby grounds.


Getting here getting around

Located on the Hume Freeway, Albury Wodonga is an easy drive from Melbourne and regional Victoria. V/Line and NSW TrainLink have a number of daily train and bus services connecting Albury with Victorian locations. For those flying, direct flights depart Melbourne daily. Find out more details here.



Albury Wodonga has a range of accommodation to suit any budget from caravan parks to self contained properties. Peruse the list accommodation or contact the Albury Visitor Information Centre for assistance.


Things to see and do

Albury Wodonga is a place of wonderful contrasts – where the great outdoors meets the latest in urban culture, and where visitors can easily discover the best of both worlds. You’ll find Albury Wodonga easily accessible, with unexpected discoveries around every corner. Use our Official Visitor Guide or our handy Top Ten experiences and make the most of this diverse part of Australia.


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