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Albury Wodonga Area

Gateway to the Murray

Albury Wodonga offers many experiences to soothe the spirit and delight the eye. Situated on the banks of one of the world’s great rivers, The Murray, and surrounded by enormous beauty and diversity, the Albury Wodonga region is wonderful to explore – there is something here to suit everyone.

Albury Wodonga has broad tree-lined streets, interconnecting walking and cycling tracks and many areas of parkland to provide peace and relaxation. The Botanical Gardens are world class, there are three penguin parades everyday and nearby Lake Hume, with a capacity six times that of Sydney Harbour, boasts a kilometre of shoreline for every day of the year.

There are first class venues for all sports, including some spectacular golf courses. Water sports abound in the region with fantastic water skiing, canoeing, fishing and swimming. Or take the opportunity to explore spectacular Lake Hume

Be moved by HotHouse Theatre, the only professional theatre company in Regional Victoria, and marvel at the skills and grace of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus. Enjoy live music at a café, a pub or concert venue, or discover local culture and history through the many galleries and museums of the region.

Located in the fertile Murray Valley, Albury Wodonga is the hub of one of the richest and most diverse areas of primary production in Australia. Foods are varied, unique and abundant. Whether your taste in dining is haute cuisine, contemporary café, club or pub, you will be delighted by the range of eating experiences available, using a range of fresh local produce, and complemented by the internationally renowned wines of the region.

Location: Straddling the Murray River 115kms from Wagga Wagga, 300kms from Melbourne, 350kms from Canberra, 575kms from Sydney.

Climate: Average January (summer) temperature maximum 33.1°C, average July (winter) temperature maximum 13.6°C.

Transport Access: Daily air, rail, interstate and local coach services. Hume Highway passes through Albury Wodonga.

Accommodation: Motels, hotels/pubs, clubs, bed and breakfast, farmstays, resorts, cabins/cottages, camping caravan parks and self-contained accommodation.

Visitor Information Services: Albury Wodonga Gateway Visitor Information Centre. Open 9am to 5pm everyday. Phone: 1300 796 222.

River cruising

Tumbling from its source in the High Country, the Murray is one of the world’s great rivers, flowing through river red gum forests, wetlands teeming with birds, rich agricultural land and historic river towns.
Commune with nature or take a step back in time to discover the charm of the paddle-steamer era, when the Murray was a vital transport system, linking the inland to the coast.
The area is rich with activity – sample wines at boutique wineries, water ski for kilometres, catch a famous Murray cod or hit a round of golf at one of the exceptional golf courses.
The best way to explore the Murray is by water. Take a paddle-steamer cruise or hire a houseboat overnight and awaken to the sounds of currawongs and kookaburras. After breakfast, you can cruise and take in the magnificent scenery of river cliffs, old homesteads and forests filled with wildlife.
Echuca-Moama, the paddle-steamer “capital”, is home to the famous “Adelaide”, built in 1866 and reputed to be the world’s oldest wooden-hulled paddlewheeler.
Riverside towns are rich in history. In Swan Hill, you can recapture the past at its Pioneer Settlement heritage park. Corowa has a colourful history as a river port and is the centre of agriculture in the region. Albury-Wodonga is a great base from which to explore the whole region. You’ll also find many locations that hold a special place in the Australian mythology of bushrangers, our agricultural pioneers and the Aboriginal Dreamtime.

Activites and Experiences at Albury Wodonga Area

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  • Mountain Biking
  • Birdwatching
  • Bushwalking
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • City Sightseeing
  • Cruising
  • Cycling
  • Farm/Station activity
  • Fishing – Estuary
  • Fishing – Trout/Fly
  • Fishing – Game
  • Flora
  • Golfing
  • Mini Golf/Putt Putt
  • Photography
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
  • Skating
  • Skiing – Water
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Animal Viewing
  • Walking
  • Water-based
  • White Water Rafting
  • Wine Tasting
  • Accommodation
  • Airport
  • Ambulance
  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Banking Facilities
  • Boat Ramp
  • Bottled Gas
  • Chemist
  • Cinema/Theatre
  • Licensed Club
  • Service Club
  • Coach Stop
  • Convention Centre
  • Dentist
  • Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
  • Fuel
  • Golf
  • Hospital
  • Public Bar
  • Dog Kennels/Catteries
  • Mechanical Services
  • Medical Facilities
  • National Park
  • Newsagent
  • Police
  • Post Office
  • Public Telephone
  • Rail Terminal
  • Restaurant
  • Sporting Facilities
  • Supermarket
  • Swimming Pool
  • Takeaway Food
  • Tennis Court
  • Visitor Centres
  • Places of Worship
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  • Active
  • Adventure
  • The Arts
  • Aussie Lifestyle
  • Caravan and Camping
  • City
  • Rural/Country
  • Cultural
  • Eco Tourism
  • Educational
  • Environmental
  • Farm/Station
  • Fishing
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Food and Wine
  • Golf
  • Historic/Heritage
  • Nature based
  • Pub Stay
  • Relaxation
  • Shopping
  • Snow
  • Water based
  • Wilderness
  • Wildlife
  • World Heritage
  • English
  • English

Nearest Airport: Albury

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