Rotary District 9800 Conference 2022

Welcome to all delegates attending the Rotary District 9800 ‘Let’s Get Together’ Conference in Albury Wodonga, Friday 22 to Sunday 24 April 2022.

The 2022 conference will be based at the Albury Entertainment Centre (Swift Street, Albury). Albury has a great deal of accommodation within walking distance of the venue and free all day parking is available at the Wilson Street car park just across the way from the conference venue.



Atura Albury, only 650 metres from Albury Entertainment Centre

Albury Wodonga has a range of accommodation to suit any budget. A list of properties and rates can be found here which includes their distance to the conference venue (Albury Entertainment Centre). 

A full list of accommodation options can be found online or simply get in touch with the Albury Visitor Information Centre – they’ll help you find the perfect place to stay.

How to get to Albury Wodonga

Fly direct from Sydney and Melbourne with Rex Airlines

Situated on the New South Wales and Victorian border, Albury Wodonga has a major regional airport and easy road and rail access from Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. V/Line and NSW TrainLink have a number of daily train and bus services connecting Albury with New South Wales and Victorian locations. For those flying, direct flights depart Melbourne and Sydney daily, with a limited direct service from Brisbane. Find out more here.

Things to See & Do

Lake hume is only a 15 min drive from Albury Wodonga


Explore the 1000 plus native and exotic plants in Albury’s Botanic Gardens. 

Take the self-guided history and heritage walking tour through the beautiful City Centre. 

Walk the steps to the iconic War Memorial and be rewarded by the beautiful view. 

Set aside some time to visit the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) and enjoy the array of exhibitions. 

Take a walk through the Galleries at Hyphen – Wodonga Library Gallery.  

For the history buff, head to the Army Museum Bandiana and see over 150 military vehicles or visit the Bonegilla Migrant Experience to see what it was like for 320,000 post-World War II migrants. 

Shop our friendly CBD with everything from chic boutiques to major chain retailers.

Explore gourmet goodness at Harris Farm Markets, including an artisan bakery, a fish market and a meat smokehouse. 

Grab a coffee from the River Deck Café and enjoy a walk beside the mighty Murray River at Noreuil Park.

Check out Wonga Wetlands – a mecca for birdwatchers, bushwalkers and photographers

Follow the beautiful Yindyamarra Sculpture Trail beside the Murray river.

Use our Inspiration Guide or our handy Top Ten experiences and make the most of this diverse part of Australia.

ANZAC Day Commemorations   

Click here to see all the information regarding the Dawn Service and ANZAC Day March in Albury.

ANZAC Day March

Time: From 9am.

Location: Commences at Macauley Street, proceeding down Dean Sreet and finishing in Elizabeth Street.

Traffic: Dean Street will be closed to all traffic from Young Street to Creek Street for the duration of the march.

Golf Courses 

Tee off at the Commercial Golf Resort Albury

The lush greens of Albury’s Commercial Golf Resort are a pleasing sight for any golfer. Featuring tree lined fairways and well placed bunkers, the course has a few testing holes to challenge even an experienced golfer. Beware of the burrow on the 6th and 18th hole. 

The golf course at Thurgoona’s Country Club Resort will test golfers of all abilities. Designed by Peter Thomson and Mike Wolveridge, the course offers beautifully covered couch fairways, large bent grass greens with subtle slopes, and strategically placed bunkers. Beware of the 16th hole – the challenging par 3 includes an attempt at the tee over water.

And not to be outdone, Wodonga’s Golf Course should be on any keen golfers radar. Located on the edge of Wodonga, the picturesque course has a settling stillness to it. Lining the fairways, the native trees are important to the course design, as is Felltimber Creek that snakes its way through the course. Though not for the faint-hearted,  the course is over 6km in length.

 Not interested in walking the fairways? Albury’s SS&A Club lets you tee off from courses around the world by using cutting-edge sensor and virtual technology. Or you could try Drummond Golf’s Big Swing Simulator for something a little out of the ordinary.

Watering Holes

Two Fingers Whisky Bar

You’ll find we do hospitality right! If you’re looking for a loud and lively venue with live music, find your tribe to the SS&A Club, or if it’s cosy and intimate you’re after, try Temperance and General, for something off the beaten track with a quirky and welcoming vibe, you can’t beat IIFingers Whisky Bar. Seek out The Bended Elbow in Dean Street, a great pub with three distinct bar areas over two levels.

The most Important Meal of the Day

Canvas Eatery is only a short walk from the Albury Entertainment Centre

We understand walking the greens and standing all day can be tiring, so you’ll need to fuel up before starting for the day. There are great cafes serving up breakfast close to the venue, like Early Bird Cafe (not open Wednesdays) and Canvas eatery, just a short walk across from the Albury Entertainment Centre through QEII Square. If you’re starting your day in Wodonga, get down to Beanstation for the perfect brekky. 

Just looking to source your daily caffeine? No problem, we’ll show you how to coffee like a local.

Explore the Region

Albury Wodonga is the perfect base to explore our nearby wine region, the high country or one of the many charming country towns. Organise a day tour and explore the many well-known wineries in nearby Rutherglen or take a scenic drive to Corowa Whisky and Chocolate, take a tasting tour or make your own giant chocolate freckle.

Take a historic drive to the town of Beechworth and wander the picturesque streets to find Beechworth Honey, Old Beechworth Goal and a host of heritage and foodie destinations. 

Meander north to the village of Holbrook to check out the giant submarine. On your way back, stop at Jindera Pioneer Museum, built around an existing 1847 general store, homes, grounds and machinery sheds.   

Need to know more?

If you would like further information about Albury Wodonga, local accommodation or what to see and do while visiting the region,  you’ll find the Albury Visitor Information Centre, located in the historic Albury Railway precinct which is open seven days a week and within walking distance of Albury’s CBD.