Fish and camp along the Murray River, have fun water skiing on the smooth waters or enjoy a challenge on one of the championship golf courses that line the river.
Albury has an extensive array of fine dining restaurants, cafes and historic pubs featuring locally grown produce. At cellar doors of tranquil vineyards, taste and purchase a full range of classic wines and dine out lavishly on local delicacies. The entire region is rich in cattle, wine and history and is the gateway to the historic towns of Beechworth, Yackandandah, Rutherglen and Chiltern.
One of the best regional galleries is the MAMA - Murray Art Museum Albury. A changing program of exhibitions means there is always something to see with collections based on photography, works on paper and visual artists.
From Albury it’s easy to cross over the border into Victoria to the city of Wodonga.
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Getting to Albury
Albury is located in the Riverina Murray region around 552 kilometres from Sydney. It sits at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range by the beautiful Murray River, which forms the border between Victoria and NSW.
The Melbourne XPT runs between Melbourne and Sydney twice daily, in the morning and at night, and stops at Albury.
Getting around Albury
The public bus network and numerous bicycle paths make it easy to get around Albury. Taxis, hire cars and bus tours are also available.