Albury Wodonga

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About Albury Wodonga

It’s all here and ready to be experienced, side by side.
 
AlburyWodonga 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.
 
AlburyWodonga has always been a meeting place of two cities and two states, across the might Murray River. Today that proud historic duality has made it a special place with heritage charm and modern sophistication in equal measure.
 
Here you can cycle along the Murray River, through the Yindyamurra Sculpture Trail to Wonga Wetlands, wander through a local farmers’ market or explore Australia’s newest cultural landmark, MAMA, the Murray Arts Museum Albury. Swim at Lake Hume in the morning, visit Bonegilla Migrant Experience; Australia’s longest operating migrant camp for 330,000 European immigrants who arrived in Australia after World War II and then treat yourself to one of the regions acclaimed restaurants by night.
 
You’ll find AlburyWodonga easily accessible by road between Sydney (552km), Melbourne (310km) and Canberra (367km) or by rail, coach and air, with direct flights available from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane,
 
You’ll find unexpected discoveries around every corner. The hardest thing will be what to do next!

To plan your Albury Wodonga holiday, visit http://www.visitalburywodonga.com/

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