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Twice The Place, Twice the Time.
Albury Wodonga is the thriving hub of the Murray Region, nestled at the heart of a fascinating collection of historic villages and towns.
You can use Albury Wodonga as a base to explore these – places like Chiltern, Rutherglen, Yackandandah and Beechworth – or stay close to the centre of things and enjoy what the twin cities have to offer. This could include a spot of shopping in its cosmopolitan heart – there are plenty of clothing, book and antique shops – followed by some fine dining with one of the area’s “Chefs of the Murray”.
Culturally, Albury Wodonga has much to offer including a fabulous museum and an art gallery that houses one of the finest photographic collections in the country. Majestic 19th century buildings line the streets in Albury, while Wodonga is a contemporary hub of modern city living.
Albury Wodonga is situated on the doorstep of aquatic playground Lake Hume and is the jumping off point for the Australian Alps and the world-famous Rutherglen Wine Region.
Whether your interests be food and wine, adventure, natural history, family fun or heritage, there are touring options to suit everyone.
For further information on Albury Wodonga phone 1300 796 222 or go to www.destinationalburywodonga.com.au
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.
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