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Quest Albury Serviced Apartments is the perfect destination in Albury offering 104 quality, non smoking rooms for business or leisure accommodation. Quest Albury is located in the heart of the city centre and has just completed a major refurbishment as of January, 2015.
Apartments are fully self-contained with full kitchen and laundry facilities, whilst the studio rooms are motel style offering kitchenette, microwave and toaster. It has the convenience of an on-site restaurant and tapas bar, day spa and undercover car parking.
For specials throughout the year, please visit the website.
Banksia Cottage is a stylish three bedroom Californian Bungalow that has been tastefully renovated. Only a five minute walk or two minute drive to Albury's shops and restaurants. Banksia provides a relaxing and convenient stay for any occasion.
Features include three bedrooms (two queens and two singles), two bathrooms, fresh linen and towels, ducted air-conditioning and heating, fully functional kitchen, entertaining area with outdoor seating and barbecue, Foxtel and a lock up garage....
Primrose Cottage is an original red brick four bedroom (two queens, two singles and one king single) home built in 1924 which has been renovated keeping its beautiful leadlight bay windows at the front of the house and decorative fireplaces throughout for that quaint cottage feel.
Situated in Central Albury, close the Star Hotel which serves great bistro meals, and only a short walk to the main shopping area and restaurants.
Primrose gives guests a yesteryear experience....
Said to be Albury's oldest house, Frauenfelder Cottage welcomes visitors with warm feelings of yesteryear inspired by exposed stone walls, timber flooring and open fireplace. Set well back from the street in a spacious enclosed garden (ideal for pets), the main two bedroom self contained house is perfect for small families.
Located behind the main home, Fraunfelder’s Kitchen Cottage oozes as much charm as the larger house. Private from the main house, the one bedroom self contained cottage boasts a cosy veranda which looks out over an established herb garden, ideal for couples.
Instead of asking guests to wake at a certain time for a prepared breakfast, guests of both cottages receive a selection of breakfast goodies to use how they wish, allowing sleep-ins and lazy mornings.
Pets are welcome....
This three bedroom period home is a must to visit - it has to be seen to be appreciated. The renovation incorporates the beautiful features of this lovely old home with the comfort of modern conveniences.
Elegance on Englehardt comprises three large bedrooms, each with ceiling fans. The home has polished timber floors throughout, a great sized open kitchen with dishwasher equipped with quality appliances and crockery, high ceilings and ornate fireplaces, updated bathroom and powder-room, split system air-conditioning, a large lounge with French style doors leading out to the paved entertainment area with barbecue and gas provided. To top things off, there is room for two cars under the large undercover carport....
Cosy little cottage located a short walk to the centre of town and the beautiful banks of the Murray River.
This space is a contradiction - open, light and airy yet cosy and intimate. Having undergone major renovation it now provides a private calming space. Original features blend seamlessly with modern amenities including reverse cycle air-conditioning ensuring character, comfort and convenience.
The rustic barn doors add another dimension to the unique ambiance of this space.
The sleeping area features an antique queen size bed dressed with a pocket king coil mattress. Bedside drawers with power points on each and ample hanging space provide convenience and storage.
Additional bedding by the way of a sofa bed is also provided and located in the lounge area.
The kitchen/dining area houses beautifully renovated pieces including an oven and spacious benchtop. It is equipped with a fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee machine and other regulars you would expect from a holiday home.
If you wish to move outside for a truly authentic experience the courtyard gives you a sense of alfresco dining. Another addition outside are two bicycles to explore the many attractions.
Wifi included and Pet Friendly.
Red Brick Beauty is a beautifully renovated two bedroom brick home within walking distance to Albury's main city center.
The property has polished floor boards throughout, and a reverse cycle air-conditioner and central ducted heating to ensure comfort in every room. There are two large bedrooms with queen beds. A couch that converts into a double sofa bed is located in the bright sunroom to accommodate extra guests. There is a separate lounge and dining area, renovated modern kitchen. Outdoor entertainment area equipped with a barbecue and gas.
Situated in the heart of Albury, the Border Wine Room offers a unique regional dining experience. Enjoy the warmth of the cosy fireplace in winter or the summer breeze by the bifold windows all whilst taking in views over Dean street.
The menu changes seasonally and Chef Gary Brogdale uses locally grown produce to deliver a modern fine dining experience with a degustation menu offered exclusively on Friday and Saturdays nights.
The extensive wine list plays host to both international and Australian offerings, along with a strong local presence from the Rutherglen, Beechworth and King Valley region....
From the very big to the miniatures MAMA is being taken over this summer by all things pop. This fun, colourful exhibition plays with scale, from enormous inflatable figures, huge plush toys and plastic sculptures, down to teeny tiny figurines telling playful stories.
This is an exhibition for the young and young at heart, a delightful romp through the world of pop culture and animation. Underlying the colourful façade, the exhibition explores the attitudes of pop culture consumers and the disposable nature of these cultural artefacts.
An original MAMA curated exhibition, Summer POP brings together well-known artists, including Alasdair Macintyre, Christopher Langton and Felipe Reynolds, to create a diverse collection of pop culture images and icons....
Albury's award winning Library Museum brings together state of the art technology, a focus on the city's heritage, engaging interactive exhibitions and the reading and research elements of a library.
'Crossing Place: A Story of Albury' is the Library Museum's permanent exhibition, and it tells the story from the first contact with the Wiradjuri, traditional owners of the land, to the City of today.
The Library Museum also has a changing exhibition program, which features touring exhibitions, works from the Albury City Collection and community exhibitions. These diverse exhibitions range from social history to contemporary multimedia....
Write Around the Murray (WAM) is an annual celebration of reading, writing, illustration and storytelling. It is an opportunity for readers, writers, artists and storytellers of all genres to share stories and develop knowledge and skills. The range of activities includes a festival dinner, literary lunch, workshops, author talks, panel sessions, short story competitions, children's activities and a wood-fired oven event by the river. The five day festival takes place in early September and includes a three day schools program.
Write Around the Murray (WAM) is held in the vibrant regional city of Albury on the Murray River. It is the only exclusively literary based festival that operates in the region, with events taking place in and around the architecturally stunning and award-winning Albury LibraryMuseum and nearby venues.
The festival began as a community initiative to celebrate the opening of the LibraryMuseum in 2007 and has continued to grow steadily each year. With its heart in regional Australia, the festival is a testament to the motivation and interest of readers, writers and artists in the area....
Located in the historic Railway Precinct, Albury Visitor Information Centre staff will ensure you have the local knowledge and resources to make your time in Albury Wodonga enjoyable.
With an abundance of activities and experiences on offer, staff will provide excellent ideas on places to explore while visiting Albury Wodonga. When visiting the Centre, pick up a list of upcoming events, request help finding suitable accommodation, grab local and regional maps, or utilise the free internet services available to travellers.
For those travelling in caravans, the Albury Visitor Information Centre carpark has a free dump point and water facilities available.
With ample parking (including long vehicles) within easy walking distance of Albury's central business district, make Albury Visitor Information Centre your first stop. ...
The Community Wood Fired Oven is a place to come together to cook, to share, to learn and to eat. Once you've tasted the delicious flavours of food from a wood fired oven, you'll be hooked!
The Oven is fired every second Sunday for free community use. The skills, time and expertise of an Oven Coordinator will be on hand to assist you (guidance only, you do the other fun bits).
Located in Hovell Tree Park, near Albury Swim Centre, the Oven has an undercover area and a playground - everything you need for a great day out.
What to bake? Anything you bake in your oven at home you can bake in the Wood Fired Oven. This includes: pizzas, bread and damper, roast meat and vegetables, cakes, scones and biscuits, pies and quiches....
Join Albury Harness Racing Club to welcome in the new year at the New Year's Eve Harness Racing Meet.
Kid's entertainment, live music and a spectacular fireworks display are some added extras that will keep the festivities going between races.
Gates open 5.30pm. BYO alcohol (limited to four drinks per adult). Lions Club will be catering with food and drinks available as well as 'proper' coffee provided by an on site coffee van.
Welcome 2017 in with family and friends....
Albury's beautiful Botanic Gardens have been established for over 130 years and give residents and tourists alike the opportunity to see and admire the historical and horticultural significance of the gardens.
Over the years, the gardens have won many prizes for layout, design, plant species and annual planting's. The curved paths and rounded shrub beds give a softer, less formal look to these gardens which once had straight paths and rows of pines, elms and other trees.
The newest addition to the gardens is the enchanting Children's garden. The play space has a wonderful array of items for children to discover as well as trails to explore. Some of the things which may start your child's imagination running wild are the life-sized dinosaur with interactive speaking tubes, the living cubbies, a fairy temple, wetland and creek line, and the troll cave....
Come along for the return of the popular QEII Twilight Market - it's the place to shop, listen to live music and relax on the lawn to soak up the atmosphere.
Attracting around 80 stall holders, this market is the perfect place to pick-up gourmet foods or one-off pieces including arts and crafts. Buy something truly unique while supporting local traders and designers.
The littlies are catered for at Albury City's Creative Kids space where they can paint their own masterpiece to take home.
Markets are held on the second Thursday of every month during daylight savings (October to March) and operate from 5.00pm - 8.00pm....
The East Coast Sidecar Roundup (ECSR) is a speedway sidecar series, that also includes dirt track sidecars, that is run at different venues on the east coast of Australia. It is normally run between August and December and this year is the first year of running double headers at each round.
The ECSR series is a night event at each venue with the final double header being hosted by Albury Wodonga Motorcycle Club in November followed by Wagga Motorcycle Sports Club the next night. Points are scored for each race and tally up to see the best race at the end of the night in the final. These points also go towards an overall series presentation at Wagga.
The teams race with four sidecars per race over three or four laps per race. It is quick, exciting and very entertaining to watch these talented racers steer their modern three wheeled rocketships around the speedway oval.
The whole family will be entertained, so bring a chair, relax and enjoy "the show"!! You wont be disappointed.
Discover the magic of building and join Inside the Brick for the Albury LEGO Fan Expo at the Albury Entertainment Centre for a major exhibition of models made from thousands of LEGO Bricks, and a huge hands on Build Zone.
The expo is a great day out for young and old. Get hands on play in the construction play zone where you can get creative with the huge brick pile. Build a LEGO creation car and race it down the ramp for those that want to race LEGO vehicle creations. Not forgetting the smaller builders, they will also have their Duplo construction zone that will keep the toddlers captivated.
The Sunday 9am entry time during the LEGO Fan Expo is Sensory Friendly, providing a supportive environment with low volume music and announcements, and reduced visitor numbers....
A Scottish Spectacular: Stars of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 25 musicians, dancers and singers on stage live performing in full ceremonial uniform.
Direct from Edinburgh, Scotland.
Continuing the celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday, the world famous Pipes and Drums of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards.
Star attraction at 2016 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Australian tour.
25 musicians, dancers and singers live on-stage, performing in full ceremonial uniform.
Performing the classic, traditional pipe tunes and all their Major Recording Hits: Amazing Grace, Highland Cathedral, The Last of the Mohicans, Going Home, as recorded with Mark Knopfler, Scotland The Brave, Blackbear Highland Laddie.
Featuring Regimental Dancers and special guest, Singing Sensation, Toni Gibson.
The Pipes and Drums of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards promises to be a spectacular concert that will give audiences a whole new experience in classic pipe tunes along with some modern arrangements and a rare insight into the talent and stature of one of the greatest Scottish bands of all time.
Please note that concession applies to Pension Card holders only....
Enjoy the beautiful studio space at MAMA on a Sunday afternoon at their weekly Life Drawing class.
Taking inspiration from a live model, learn the fundamentals of anatomy as you translate the human figure onto paper.
Local artists will guide you as you practice a variety of drawing mediums and learn how to draw from life.
Fees include tutor, model fees and materials.
Workshops held most Sundays, check website for more details, and to book your place.
MAMA hosts a range of art-making opportunities including casual classes, 10 week term-based courses, and once off master classes. Keep your eye on the website as you plan your trip to Albury Wodonga, as new classes are added weekly....
The grandeur of Albury's Railway Station reflects the significant role it played in transporting passengers and goods around colonial New South Wales.
Appreciate the station's beauty by walking the whole length of the magnificent platform, the longest undercover platform in the southern hemisphere. Stroll through the original waiting areas with ornate pressed metal ceilings showcasing superb craftsmanship of a bygone era.
Albury Railway Station is the ideal location to start your Albury travels as it is within easy walking distance of the city centre and its many attractions. Located across the road from the station, the Station Master's residence now houses Albury's Visitor Centre. The friendly staff will provide assistances and recommend things to see and do while in the city.
The Albury Railway Station is the local outlet for NSW Trainlink and V/Line tickets....
Welcome to the first Annual Albury Chamber Music Festival! This exciting new event aims to bring Australia's finest performers to the Border for a series of seven wonderful recitals over three days. Come along to see performances by Australia's leading mezzo-soprano Sally-Anne Russell, Melbourne's newest most exciting string quartet the Quartz Quartet, Sydney's established and highly acclaimed Acacia Quartet, Melbourne organist Rhys Boak, and the Ensemble in Residence for the festival The Orpheus Piano Trio.
There will be a free to the public masterclass workshop for local up-and-coming performers, and guest appearances by Josephine Vains (cellist with the Firebird Trio), Stephen O'Connell (local saxophonist/composer) and Khayl Picard (clarinet), a former Albury High School student who is currently completing his final year of Music study at the Sydney Conservatorium....
The Albury Caravan, Camping, Four Wheel Drive, Fish and Boat Show with loads of exhibits and entertainment over the three days. It's a day not to be missed!
There will be Four Wheel Drive Demonstrations, Fishing Show, Camp Oven Cooking, Reptile Awareness display, and the Freestyle Bike Show not to mention the latest products for your next big adventure! ...
A new Folk Club for the Albury/Wodonga area featuring British, Australian, Irish, Celtic and American folk music. The club will be a social event and everyone is welcome, performers and listeners alike. New performers are very welcome with help to overcome "first time nerves".
We aim to play acoustic music, no electric instruments or drums, other then the Irish Bodhran etc.
A place to play, learn and jam together!...
Welcome to Albury's most stylish self contained properties. With a studio, two bedroom apartment and four bedroom house, all properties are set on a quiet street, are pet friendly, have disabled access and are within a secure garden.
Located just minutes from the Hume Freeway, CBD, airport, hospital and sporting facilities, the properties are only a short stroll to the East Albury shops.
Why not book all the apartments for the next family reunion or wedding, and enjoy time in Albury....
Reopened in October 2015, MAMA - Murray Art Museum Albury re-imagines what a gallery can be. More than a showcase for art, MAMA is an all-encompassing contemporary art experience that balances international touring exhibitions with deep connections to the surrounding regional area and cultural identity.
Every corner of MAMA is bold, vibrant and alive. Along with an emphasis on innovative, self-curated exhibitions, MAMA features a stunning 24-hour 'art skin', workshops and immersive cultural experiences.
This cultural landmark is one of the state's largest and best-equipped exhibition spaces. As the new Australian home for modern art, MAMA repositions Albury as a major cultural destination, revitalises the Albury arts precinct, and engages people from around the world with its art and ideas.
From the calibre of its programming and events to its contemporary architecture, MAMA delivers a world-class tourism experience and stands proudly among the ranks of Australia's leading contemporary art museums.
The Rotary Albury-Wodonga Community Market is a joint venture of the Rotary Club of Albury North and the Rotary Club of Belvoir Wodonga.
The market is held every Sunday. Stalls are situated on the ground floor and first floor. All sites are wheelchair accessible. Pedestrian access is available from Swift Street, Kiewa Street, Olive Street, and Wilson Street. Smoking is not permitted on the ground floor or first floor of the parking structure.
Almost anything can be purchased at the market from worm farms to woollen socks, from flowers to fishing tackle, from pottery to fresh produce. Entry is by gold coin donation with all proceeds from these donations as well as site fees collected going towards local and international Rotary projects.
Visit the website to find information on hosting a stall (costs, conditions, and contact detail)....
Quest Albury on Townsend serviced apartments offers guests a relaxed and comfortable accommodation experience.
Apartments have been stylishly finished to the highest standards. All apartments are modern with fully equipped kitchen, private laundry (excluding studios), dining and lounge areas, with space to relax and unwind.
Other benefits of staying at Quest Albury on Townsend are their range of services and facilities including pantry shopping, daily housekeeping (except Sundays and Public Holidays), business administration services together with charge back services at selected local restaurants.
They look forward to welcoming you to Quest Albury on Townsend....
Between the Desert and the Moon: Central and Western Desert Artists is a collection gifted to MAMA by Robert Michael Moon (Michael Moon). Moon has been an avid collector for over 50 years of two- and three-dimensional European and Aboriginal art. During the 1970s – 1990s Moon collected work from the Western Desert, an area that borders the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
The collection encompasses art from the late twentieth to early twenty-first century, and showcases the diversity of the Western Desert region. These varied painting movements are now established as an integral part of the modern history of the Aboriginal peoples of the desert, and of Australian art history.
The works are drawn from a number of communities and include works by major artists such as the recently deceased Tiger Palpatja from the community of Amata in South Australia, Lucy Yukenberri from Balgo in Western Australia and Johnny Yungut Tjupurrurla from the Papunya Tula Artists cooperative in the Northern Territory....
A comedian and an opera singer's worlds collide.
David Hobson and Colin Lane have been friends for 25 years. From vastly different backgrounds, they have observed one another’s worlds and always thought, “Gee, wouldn’t it be nice to have a go at what that other guy does?”
So here’s their chance to see whether the grass is a little greener on the other side...
They sing. They dance. They sing and dance. They sing and dance at the same time... Perhaps they’ll even sing and dance together!
A unique and hilarious experiment that promises to enthral and entertain.
Accompanied by David Cameron....
Located in a quiet residential street just a few blocks from Albury's central business district and within easy strolling distance of the shopping and cafe precinct, Nangara offers boutique, fully self-contained accommodation for up to six guests. The ultra-modern cottage has a flexible bedding configuration to suit couples or families and is serviced weekly with premium linen and amenities.
Situated opposite a park and in close proximity to one of Albury's many shared cycling/walking paths, Nangara also offers a peaceful outlook and easy pedestrian or bicycle access to the famed Albury Botanic Gardens and Murray River parklands....
Excellent views of Albury-Wodonga can be seen from the hill where the War Memorial is located.
The monument was designed by architect Louis Harrison in 1923 and erected in 1924 at a cost of 3,000 pounds. In 1925 on Anzac Day the Memorial was dedicated to the men and women who served in World War I (1914-18).
A short distance below the monument there is a Memorial Bowl to honour the men and women who served in World War II (1939-45).
There are a number of walking tracks to and around the site where you can enjoy the sights and sound of local native flora and fauna....
Delve into the rich diversity and experience of post World War Two migrants, and look at promotional campaigns presenting a utopian view of Australia as a welcoming country full of opportunity.
This travelling exhibition from the National Archives of Australia draws out the complex and evolving contribution of migrants to Australian society....
Jump on the Wagirra Trail and enjoy a leisurely walk or energetic run along the banks of the Murray River. Alternatively, hire a bike and follow the Wagirra Trail and connecting network of paths to explore the two cities.
The 15 kilometre (return) Murray River pathway links Wonga Wetlands with the South Albury Trail. The two-metre wide walking and cycling pathway meanders through Albury's riverside parks, with plenty of places to stop for a picnic or enjoy the spectacular views.
The newest edition to this beautiful trail is the installed sculptures. Created by local Aboriginal artists, the sculptures are scattered along the five kilometres of Wagirra trail between Kremur Street and Wonga Wetlands (this section is now know as the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk). The sculptures are accompanied by interpretative panels and videos via smartphone which tell the story of Aboriginal history and the cultural significance of the Murray River....
The Commercial Club Albury Gold Cup Carnival is now clearly established as one of the premier country racing carnivals in Australia. The event benefits from a half-day holiday in Albury that has seen the attendances consistently climb above 18,000 people.
Winner of the prestigious Racing NSW award for the 'Most Popular Country Feature Racemeeting' in 2009, 2008, 2006, 2004 and 2003. The Albury Gold Cup is recognised as an icon event for the fast developing city of Albury. AUD675,800 in prize money, trophies and bonuses on offer over two days with the feature race - AUD170,000 Listed Commercial Club Albury Gold Cup (2,000 metres).
Hospitality Marquees line the length of the straight and are also located in the centre of course with many visitors to Albury enjoying the party atmosphere throughout the racecourse....