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OZe Wildlife

Hume Highway, Wodonga VIC 3690

We are a very special native wildlife sanctuary that belongs to our local community.
We are a not for profit organisation and rely on visitors and sponsorship for our income.
Not only do we care for native animals but we also help all our visitors especially the children to appreciate how amazing our wildlife is.
Our aims are caring and education with lots of fun thrown in!
Overseas tourists are amazed by the up close wildlife encounters!
It’s a fun family day out that is non-commercial, reasonably priced and involves our children in the wonderful wildlife of Australia.
Bring the kids or grandkids, bring a picnic or have a barbeque. We do supply snacks, drinks and real coffee. There is plenty of room for the kids to run and play and they just love feeding the kangaroos.

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Twin Cities Tenpin Bowl

2 Sanyo Drive, Wodonga VIC 3690

Twin Cities Tenpin Bowl is a great place for Family Fun! So grab the gang and join us today!

Our 14 lanes offer state-of-the-art bowling equipment for both league and recreational bowlers.

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Albury Botanic Garden

Smollett Street and Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
Albury's beautiful Botanic Gardens have been established for over 130 years and give residents and tourists alike the opportunity to admire their historical and horticultural significance. Over the years, the gardens have won many prizes
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Albury Art Gallery

546 Dean St, Albury NSW 2640
With an ever changing program of inspiring in-house and touring exhibitions, the interactivity of Kidspace and the treasures to be found in the Gift Shop, there's always something more to see or do at Albury's Art Gallery. Housed in Albury's
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The Cube Wodonga

118 Hovell St, Wodonga VIC 3690

The Cube Wodonga is a state-of-the-art entertainment centre in Wodonga's central business area. The Cube Wodonga has the capacity to host touring bands and theatre shows, local community performances, film screenings, conferences, weddings and much more. It has a large auditorium that can open up to the courtyard outside or can be divided to make a smaller space for smaller meetings or gatherings. Automated retractable seating means the venue can be set-up in theatre style (410 seats) or flat floor mode (for live concerts). Round tables can also be brought in for conferences or dinners. There is also a meeting room available for hire and a community lounge. The community lounge is accessible to all and has ports for recharging motorised wheelchairs/scooters, lounge chairs and a microwave. A café and bar operates out of the venue and catering is available.

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Belvoir Park Playground

Huon St, Wodonga VIC 3690

Belvoir Park Playground, set amid Belvoir Park, is a large open space with established trees and a lake abundant with water birds. The park features a walking track around the lake, picnic and barbecue facilities and shelters. The playground features a junior playground, intermediate to senior play area, elevated platforms, decks, slides, nets, climbing wall and a liberty swing. There are also swings, sandpit, interactive play panels, natural play spaces, barbecues, picnic tables and seating, public toilets and baby change facilities. All conveniently located within one and a half kilometres of the Wodonga city centre.

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Arts Space Wodonga

160 Lawrence St, Wodonga VIC 3690

Arts Space Wodonga is a vibrant and accessible contemporary arts venue situated in the central business district of Wodonga. It offers an eclectic program of unique exhibitions, intimate performances, workshops, educational tours, recitals and forums; featuring local, regional and imported cultural works. A showcase of dynamic art works by North East Victorian artists' features regularly; and proposals are welcome from individual artists and organisations. Arts Space Wodonga is one way we seek to support a range of cultural practices, community development and entertainment opportunities. It offers the community a vibrant and accessible venue for showcasing local, regional and imported cultural works. The venue can be booked for exhibitions and functions including presentations and performances. Please contact them today for further information.

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Wodonga Library

126 Hovell St, Wodonga VIC 3690

Wodonga Library is a public library serving the greater Wodonga area, providing for the community's educational, cultural, recreational and informational needs. The library has regular programs during school terms and the school holidays. A wide range of free resources including books, magazines, DVDs, e-Books, e-Audio and more for loan, as well as internet access and a selection of programs for all ages. The Wodonga Library offers a number of services that are free or at a minimum cost to the community, these include: printing, photocopying, scanning and fax facilities.

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GIGS Art Gallery & Studios

Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, West Wodonga VIC 3690

GIGS Art Gallery & Studios is a volunteer run, not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting local and regional artists within North East Vic & Southern NSW. The gallery showcases a large selection of artists’ works for exhibit and sale in a modern contemporary environment located within the Gateway Island Arts precinct. 

The aim of GIGS Gallery & Studios is to provide support and studio space for emerging and established artists. The gallery is committed to providing ongoing professional development and assistance for local artists with their exhibitions, workshops and activities. 

GIGS Gallery celebrates a wide range of creative expression, innovation and exploration from over 50 regional artists.  Solo, group exhibitions, and events are held regularly engaging the local community and Gallery Members to participate and help sustain each artists practice. You can support the Gallery by becoming a member or volunteer and joining us at some of these exciting events. 

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James Scott Memorial Skate Park

Pearce St, Wodonga VIC 3690

The James Scott Memorial Skate Park has provided the Wodonga community with a high quality facility for a number of years. The location and design has supported positive use and participation for local skaters, and box and scooter riders. In 2012 the park was redeveloped. The new skate park has urban plaza elements such as rails, steps and ledges, as well as two refuge areas with seating, banked walls and a fun box. The jump box and quarter pipe from the existing park were also upgraded to allow multi-directional travel into the snake run.

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The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga

Gateway Village, Wodonga VIC 3690

Built in 1928, The Butter Factory Theatre, Wodonga was formerly an operating dairy set amongst the bushland of Gateway Island on the banks of the Murray River. In 1997 the building was transformed into a professional theatre venue, becoming the performance home of HotHouse Theatre. When not in use for HotHouse Theatre's subscription season and associated activities, the Theatre is available to hire for a wide variety of events. The Theatre itself is a studio-style black box with a sprung wooden floor. The auditorium features a raked seating bank accommodating 162 patrons. It's a warm and intimate performance space, popular with performers and audiences alike. A standard theatre hire package features: - A versatile lighting rig with extensive lighting stock - Professional audio system - Additional lighting and AV equipment as available - Three dressing rooms complete with washing facilities - A full complement of professional technical and front of house staff who will ensure the highest - Standard of service for your event; and - A complete box office and ticketing service The less formal Studio space is also available for hire. It's frequently utilised for smaller scale events - rehearsals, meetings, tailored private functions, and launches. The theatre's foyer is a pre-show and event hub with its unique charm, relaxed atmosphere and a bar that boasts a fine selection of local premium wines, beers and beverages. A range of professional catering options is also available upon request. Managed by HotHouse Theatre on behalf of City of Wodonga.

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Gateway Village

Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga VIC 3690

Situated on the Lincoln Causeway, Gateway Village overlooks the Murray River and is part of Gateway Island, a unique riverine environment. Featuring Albury-Wodonga's cultural precinct, the village is home to arts and craft galleries featuring a wide range of mediums. It also accommodates Albury-Wodonga Jazz Club, Arts Wodonga, La Maison Cafe, Musikids, High Water Theatre, Murray Arts, Creators Gallery, Butter Factory Theatre, High Water Theatre, Paintbox Gallery, Woodcrafters, HotHouse Theatre and ticket office and Burraja. Enjoy a picnic with the family or visit the many galleries.

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Harvey's Fun Park

Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga VIC 3690

With activities for all ages, Harvey's Fun Park is a must for families visiting Albury Wodonga. Kids can spend hours having fun in the water playground which features waterslides, splash areas and the fun spray tunnel. For those interested, the 27 holes of mini golf will challenge event the keenest golfer. Younger children will love the amazing jumping castle, giant sandpit and tunnel maze. With loads of outdoor play areas, King Cole's Castle and moat as well as the hourly train rides, the day will fly by. If starting to get a little hungry, the kiosk has a wide selection of hot and cold foods otherwise you are welcome to bring your own food and use the free barbecue facilities which are scattered over the Fun Park.

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Stanley Bears

36 Lawson Street, Wodonga VIC 3690

Over the past twenty-three years, Stanley Bears has become synonymous with a range of hand-crafted traditional teddies sought after by collectors from around Australia and world-wide. By far the most popular are Winston and Koby, Grandparent's Choice bears, created by Eunice Eiseman especially for children from fine German mohair. Please phone before visiting.

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Boggy Creek Shows

55 Boggy Creek Road, Glenroy NSW 2640
The Boggy Creek Show is an outstanding representation of Australia's unique Snowy Mountains heritage. Their presence for three generations in these wild and wonderful mountains has left them with a legacy from the past, with which they live today. You are invited to come and be inspired with breathtaking landscapes and experience this legacy through an authentic mountain farm show. The two hour live performance includes: amazing Snowy Mountains horsemanship with stock and packhorse, mustering, whip cracking, working Kelpie dogs, unique Aussie humour (laughs and legends), stories about Australian history and mountain heritage, farm animals, sheep shearing, learn about a working Angus cattle stud; spectacular views of Mt Kosciuszko, Australia's highest mountain. There is an under cover seating area, billy tea, cake and biscuits. Boggy Creek is located 12 kilometres from Tumbarumba, NSW and is halfway between Sydney and Melbourne.
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Endota Day Spa Albury

550 Kiewa St, Albury NSW 2640
Endota: an indigenous Australian word meaning beautiful Endota spa is the fresh, soothing, all-Australian day spa at home near you. Here, wellness is the way. Laidback and friendly, Endota spa welcomes absolutely everyone. Flawless walls. Timber benches. Essential oils meandering on the air. A billabong footbath lapping at your feet. Lap up Australian organic ingredients in every spa treatment, and at home, soak up organic Endota skincare. Endota spa provide ahhhh-mazing space for sidling in and chilling out. And ahhh-inspiring business opportunities for motivated day spa franchisees – we’re Australia’s largest day spa network, and Australia’s most successful day spa franchise system.
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Monument Hill

Monument Hill, Memorial Drive, Albury NSW 2640
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.
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Commercial Golf Course

Commercial Golf Course, 530 North Street, Albury NSW 2640
Situated in Albury and boasts a superbly presented course which features a set of consistently wonderful greens regarded as the best in country NSW and is at least the equal of the majority of metropolitan clubs in Sydney. This course presents a real challenge to championship golfers with its tree lined fairways and well placed bunkers, whilst allowing sufficient leeway for all standards to enjoy the layout.
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Wonga Wetlands

Riverina Highway, Albury NSW 2640
A sanctuary for birdwatchers, field naturalists, photographers and bushwalking groups, wandering Wonga Wetlands is a fantastic way to wind down and enjoy nature. Wonga is also a fantastic educational experience for school groups and special interest groups. Located on the Murray River floodplain, Wonga Wetlands is being gently restored from grazing land using Albury City's environmentally treated wastewater. An ecosystem of lagoons and billabongs covering 80 hectares of Murray River flood plain, Wonga is home to a variety of wildlife and century old river red gums. Just look what's waiting for you - 154 recorded bird species, Wiradjuri campsite, aquatic educational centre, 600 year old river red gums, Indigenous scar tree, various native flora and fauna, old homestead visitor centre, six bird watching hides, three walking trails, picnic and barbecue facilities.
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Albury Botanic Gardens

Corner Dean Street and Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
Albury's beautiful Botanic Gardens have been established for over 130 years and give residents and tourists alike the opportunity to admire their historical and horticultural significance. Over the years, the gardens have won many prizes for layout, design, plant selection and annual planting designs. Explore the 1,000 plus native and exotic plant species while walking along the curved paths and rounded shrub beds. Instead you may choose to walk cross country over the lush lawns to find a favourite spot in the garden. They recommend that this is completed barefoot for the full experience! Found in the gardens is the Hume Monument, Albury's tribute to Hamilton Hume who first discovered this area alongside William Hovell in 1824. The Hume monument was erected in 1858 and stood on the former site of Hume's Tree; it was moved to the Botanic Gardens when they were established. Children will love the running over the wooden bridge, dipping their toes into the small running stream, zigzagging through the bamboo garden and when completed, discovering the fairytale themed children's garden. While the gardens already attract around 250,000 people a year, there is room for many more. Enjoy a picnic on the lawn with the family or just take time out with your favourite book. Relax, unwind and enjoy the beauty and charm that the gardens offer. Hidden within the shade and beauty of the Albury Botanic Gardens, the Children's Garden provides a place where children can enjoy learning and exploring the gardens trails. 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. The Gardens are flat with wide compacted pathways winding through. Disabled parking and toilet facilities provided.
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Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

Noreuil Park, Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
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.
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Albury Swim Centre

Hume Street, off Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
The Albury Swim Centre features a 50 metre outdoor heated pool, 25 metre heated pool and toddler pool with shade sails. The outdoor pools and massive waterslide create the perfect place to escape the summer heat. With plenty of shade and grass as well as picnic and barbecue facilities, it's the ideal venue for a family day out. If you forget the picnic basket, the kiosk has a reputation for snack food and good coffee. Albury Wodonga's favourite swimming pool attracts thousands each summer and is ideally located adjacent Hovell Tree Park. Why not combine the day's outing with another of Albury's favourite attractions, Hovell Tree Park's Community Wood Fired Ovens?
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Albury - Murray River Precinct

Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
Lining the banks of the Murray River, Albury boast a series of parklands and reserves that allows visitors and the local community to enjoy the beauty of the river. Albury's Noreuil Park is amongst the city's most popular destinations. The River Red Gums and magnificent Plane Trees provide the needed canopy in the summer months to those enjoying the water or taking in the views from a food laden picnic rug. Enjoy a leisurely stroll, run or bike ride along the peaceful Wagirra Trail which follows the Murray River for over six kilometres. The path features a number of information signage that highlight the history of the Wiradjuri people as well as a series of sculptural works which depict the Wiradjuri's connection with the Murray River. Other Murray River highlights include Oddies Creek Park, Mungabareena Reserve, great for picnics and swimming and Wonga Wetlands, home to over 150 bird species.
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Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre

Hedgerow Court, Wodonga VIC 3690
The centre provides a complete range of activities aimed to promote community health and fitness. It offers group fitness classes, a gym, cycle classes, a 25 metre indoor heated pool, sauna and spa, as well as outdoor programs in the warmer months. There is a five-court stadium which caters for sports such as basketball, netball, volleyball and badminton.
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MAMA

546 Dean Street, Albury NSW 2640
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.
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Albury Library Museum

Corner Kiewa and Swift Street, Albury NSW 2640

Albury's award winning LibraryMuseum 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 traces the settlement of Albury by land and water, telling  the story of Albury from first contact with the Wiradjuri people to the city of  today. Albury Wodonga has always been a crossing place: a place of state borders and different rail gauges, a place of trade, a place of new beginnings for the influx of migrants who passed through the Bonegilla Migrant Reception Centre and, of course, a meeting point.

The LibraryMuseum also has a changing exhibition program, which features national touring exhibitions, works from the Albury City Collection and community exhibitions. These diverse exhibitions range from social history to contemporary multimedia. The LibraryMuseum hosts a an ever-changing calendar of events and programs means there's always something to do from programs for families to heritage presentations and author talks and much more. The annual Write around the Murray Festival is held annually in early September and offers an enticing array of  award winning authors, performers and storytellers from near and far.  

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ZedBar

586 Dean Street, Albury NSW 2640
ZedBar is best described as a part of the city in the country. There is something for everyone, whether it is a great cocktail or a cold beer after work, an innovative food menu for lunch or your favourite retro tune till late on Saturday nights. ZedBar offers a stylish yet relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy an exciting and tasty range of dishes and a selection of local and international beverages. Cocktail include the favourites such as Martinis, Long Island Iced Tea as well as their own creations: Return Of Jaffa, a Chambord, Vanilla Sour and the 350. Next time you are in Albury, drop in and experience the ZedBar for yourself.
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Oddies Creek Adventure Playspace

Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
As you enter the city from the Hume Freeway's southern exit, children will scream with delight at sighting Oddies Creek Adventure Playspace. A 30 metre flying fox, multi-directional swing, climbing nets, spring rockers, landscaped tunnels and cubby space, and a small amphitheatre for creative play are just some of the features of this massive Playspace. A disabled access swing is a wonderful addition and suitable for all ages. Perfect for children aged up to 12 years, the fully fenced Playspace is surrounded by open green parkland which adjoins the Murray River. An abundance of shade provides a suitable location for a family picnic, or alternatively make the most of the barbecue facilities. Whilst the Playspace will keep children occupied for hours on end, older members of the family may like to make the most of the walking and bike paths that meander along the edge of the Murray River. On a warm summer's day, the Murray River provides the perfect spot to cool off. Designed by renowned Landscape Architect Mary Jeavons and Associates, the Oddies Creek Adventure Playspace is a must do for families.
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Oddies Creek Playspace

Wodonga Place, Albury NSW 2640
As you enter the city from the southern border, children will squeal with delight as they come across Albury's adventure play space at Oddies Creek Park. A 30 metre flying fox, multi-directional swing, climbing nets, spring rockers, trees and shrubs to create tunnels and a natural cubby space, and a small amphitheatre for creative play, are just some of the features. Perfect for kids of all ages and abilities, the fully fenced play space is surrounded by green open space with views across the park to the Murray River. Bring a packed picnic or spark up a barbecue and make the park a family outing.
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GIGS - Gateway Island Gallery and Studios

Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga VIC 3690
Located on the banks of the Murray River, GIGS - Gateway Island Gallery and Studios is a gallery that features high quality contemporary works from over 60 regional artists and includes paintings, drawings, sculptures, pottery, ceramics, photography, textiles and jewellery. The public are welcome to come and watch artists at work within the GIGS Studios. GIGS is an artist-run space and part of the voluntary non profit organisation, Arts Wodonga. The gallery is part of an arts precinct that has two other galleries, woodcrafters, a jazz club, theatre, cafe and hotel. There are shaded picnic and barbecue areas, walking and cycling tracks all situated on the banks of the Murray River.
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Zone Laser Tag Albury

204 North Street, Albury NSW 2640
Bring the family in for some seriously good fun. Put on a high-tech pack and tag your opponents as well as bases and targets to maximise your points. The 500 metres squared custom made laser tag arena ensures an exciting game that will get your pulse racing. Booking recommended. As well as Laser Tag they have many arcade games to play from the classic games like Street Fighter, Donkey Kong and Galaga. Also shoot some hoops with the basketball or challenge your friends on the racing cars. New machines always being introduced and always great value.
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Albury Railway Station

Railway Place, Smollett Street, Albury NSW 2640
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 CountryLink and V/Line tickets.
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Mungabareena and Water Works

Borella Road, Albury NSW 2640
Mungabareena Reserve is an important cultural reserve that has significance to many Aboriginal clans in this region. It is where Aboriginal peoples from different clans meet to trade before continuing towards Mount Bogong to hunt for Bogong moths. The Ngan Girra Festival is held here every November. The Waterworks area is further along from Mungabareena, and is also a popular spot for recreation on the Murray at Albury. There are many other recreational areas along the banks of the Murray and chances are you'll find your own pristine river beach to enjoy. Wildlife abounds from this life giving water source - you could spot a platypus scrabbling for yabbies in the shallows near the river bank, watch as wood ducks wade through the water, or see a rainbow bee-eater perform aerial feats in the hunt for its insect dinner! Picnic tables are also available.
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Peards Complex Albury

117 Borella Road, Albury NSW 2640
The Peards Complex Albury offers visitors three wonderful local businesses in one great location. Peards Nursery is the region's leading garden centre offering an extensive range of trees, shrubs, flowering plants and garden accessories at great prices. Being an award winning nursery with the goal of achieving customer satisfaction with every person, you will be coming back again. Cafe Borellas was named in honour of Captain Albert Borella who was awarded the Victoria Cross in 1918, Cafe Borellas is a fully licensed café open from 7.30am every day for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. It is the ideal venue to relax with family and friends, business lunches or book a party. Instyle at Peards offers visitors an extensive range of unique charming gift ware for the house and garden, Instyle allows you to be inspired amidst the array of garden pots, water features, and outdoor furniture.
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Eastern Hill Rotary Lookout

Eastern Hill, East Street, Albury NSW 2640
Eastern Hill Rotary lookout is situated off East Street, with views across to Albury's Airport and the Table Top Range. The Lookout also offers fantastic views of the Murray River Flood Plains. To the east you can see the path of the Murray River outlined by river red gum trees as it travels through Mungabareena Reserve. Some 12 kilometres away, on a clear day, viewers will be able to see the waters of the Lake Hume and the Hume Weir Spillway. The famous Hume and Hovell Walking Track takes in part of Eastern Hill.
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WAVES

8 Mactier Avenue, Wodonga VIC 3690
WAVES is Wodonga's aquatic facility located at White Box Rise Estate. It features a ten lane outdoor 50 metre heated pool, toddlers pool, splash pad area for children with interactive play facilities, barbecue facilities, and ample shade and parking. Be sure to visit and stand under the large tipping bucket or try the water cannons.

Lavington Library

366 Griffith Road, Lavington NSW 2641
The Lavington Library is located on the ground floor of Northpoint Tower on Griffith Road in Lavington and offers all your normal library services. Enjoy a welcoming and friendly environment for study or read a newspaper. Select from a large range of dvds, audio books, magazines or choose a good read. Access the free Wi-Fi and PCs providing internet and Microsoft Office. Print, scan and fax services are available. Research your family history using the library subscription to Ancestry.com. Visit an exhibition. A Justice of the Peace service is available 3:00 pm and 4:30 pm weekdays and 10:00 am to 12 noon Saturday Join in for story time, toddler time and Baby Bounce under the story tree. Attend school holiday programs. Technology information sessions are run weekly to keep you up to date on the latest. Become a member of a book club and participate in book Chats. Hire a meeting room The Lavington Library is also an AlburyCity Council Customer Centre where you can pay your rates, register your pet and make council enquiries....

Cafe Culture Series Backwards in High Heels

160 Lawrence Street, Wodonga VIC 3690
The much awaited sequel to The Wild Women Show, the Cafe Culture Series brings you Backwards in High Heels. A powerful journey through the music, lives and fashions of some of the great women singers of the 1950's to the 1980's, from Edith Piaf to Annie Lennox, trend setters, game changers and activists. Kelly's lightning fast costume changes along with her humour and sensitivity to the women she portrays is mesmerizing....

Border Pride Fair Day

Dean Street, Albury NSW 2640
Come along to QEII Square for a day of fun and pride with the Albury Wodonga LGBTIQ community, friends and family! Entertainment and Games, Music and Karaoke, Doggywood, Free Sexual Health Screening and Community and Business Stalls. Bring your dog! Enter them into the Doggywood competition. Prizes for Best Dressed and Best in Show. Pack a picnic or grab a bite from the Hume Phoenix barbecue or the many tasty options close by. To book a stall please email....

Just Paint

126 Lawrence Street, Wodonga VIC 3690
Any Wednesday afternoon, join in and get creative with a variety of painting mediums and tools each week. Drop in after school to paint. For bookings and enquiries call or visit the website, Ages: Primary and secondary school students...

David Taylor: Kati-Thanda 15 Below

546 Dean Street, Albury NSW 2640
Over the years, the chaotic weather patterns over interior Australia have left amazing patterns and colours visible only from above. Local photographer David Taylor – who is a man of the land and a fifth generation cattle breeder - has taken to the skies in his four-seater plane to capture the raw beauty of Australia’s interior. Working in collaboration with his son Rowand – also an accomplished photographer – the two embarked on a project to capture Kati-Thanda (Lake Eyre) in early 2016. This exhibition features photographs of lakes, rivers, deserts, and remote wilderness reveal unexpected colours and patterns, capture the energy of the changing landscape and remind people of the vastness of Australia. He also notes that some Aboriginal art has the same swirl and patterns that he is observing from above. David says: “Nature is the supreme ruler… Nature will always have the last say.” This exhibition is just one of MAMA's current exhibitions. Come to MAMA and enjoy many other exhibits, selected works from the permanent collection, as well as the gallery shop and cafe....

Stanley Bears

36 Lawson Stree, Wodonga VIC 3690
Over the past 25 years, Stanley Bears has become synonymous with hand-crafted traditional teddies using fine German mohair and alpaca, as well as top quality acrylic. All bears are fully jointed and filled with new non-allergenic polyester fibre. These beautifully hand made bears are sought after by collectors from around Australia and worldwide. By far the most popular are Winston and Winnie - Grandparent's Choice bears created especially for children from fine German mohair. By appointment. ...

Modern Townhouse

827 Watson Street, Albury NSW 2640
This comfortable two bedroom property is only three kilometres to Dean Street, where there is superb shopping, fine dining and great night life. It is also only a few minutes drive to the North Albury shopping centre. Relax and put your feet up on the leather modular lounge and watch your favourite television shows or DVD. There is reverse cycle air-conditioning. The kitchen has all the cooking facilities including dishwasher. The bathroom boasts of a lovely relaxing spa with a walk in separate shower. Laundry facilities are provided with a dryer. The fully fenced grassed courtyard gives wonderful privacy. The property has one queen bed and two single beds....

Martin's Albury

66 Fallon Street, Albury NSW 2640
Martin's Albury offer local residents and visitors to Albury an easy, friendly and comfortable option to travel around the city. Services include connections to Central Albury from Glenroy, North Albury, Lavington, Quick's Hill and Thurgoona. The bus line also offer an extensive range of buses for charter work in and around the Albury region or multi-day tours Australia wide. Professional staff can assist you in planning your transport needs for corporate transfers, weddings, party's or long distance coach tours. A large range of public tours is also offered. Please visit the Martin's Albury tours web site to find out more. ...

Music in the Gardens: Victorian Opera

Wodonga Place, South Albury NSW 2640
Come along for the series finale of Music in the Gardens, a special event where residents can enjoy some of Australia's best musicians while relaxing on the beautifully landscaped lawns of the Albury Botanic Gardens. Guest Artist – Victorian Opera Four of Australia’s brightest stars, Carlos Bárcenas, Kirilie Blythman, Daniel Carison and Shakira Tsindos, will perform a concert of much loved operatic masterpieces accompanied by Victorian Opera’s Head of Music Phoebe Briggs. Artists in Victorian Opera’s Professional Development Program, these emerging singers have starred in productions including Lucia di Lammermoor, The Flying Dutchman, Cinderella and The Pied Piper and will conclude a regional Victorian tour in Albury/Wodonga. What to bring on the day: Bring your family and friends, pack a picnic, relax on the lawn and enjoy the wonderful music in beautiful surrounds. Wood fired oven pizza, gourmet burgers, coffee, tea and cakes will be available for sale and BYO alcohol is permitted. A limited number of chairs and tables are provided, but of course there's ample space for your own picnic rug and cushions. This is a smoke-free event. The Music in the Gardens series is presented by Albury City and Johnsons MME...

Skill, Discipline, Training Exhibition: Richard Lewer

546 Dean Street, Albury NSW 2640
Sports-mad artist Richard Lewer, who recently won the AUD100,000 Basil Sellers art prize, explores the camaraderie that comes with winning and losing in Skill, Discipline, Training. In this exhibition Lewer, who is Melbourne-based but was born in New Zealand, explores relationships with his rugby teammates and how sport creates a sense of belonging to a community. Skill, Discipline, Training features thickly textured oils on steel backing and altered archival photographs that have been overlaid with playful, poignant text including: “You Are Only As Good As Your Last Weekend” and “We Are Not All As Lucky”. Lewer reflect themes of the “lucky country” but also points to the sense of privilege and exclusivity that comes with being part of Australian-New Zealand culture of working class larrikinism and mateship. An exhibition not to be missed by one of Australia's most exciting contemporary artists....

International Games Day at Wodonga Library

126 Hovell Street, Wodonga VIC 3690
International Games Day is an initiative which sees more than 2,000 libraries around the world showcase gaming programs and services. Join Wodonga Library to learn and play a great selection of games....
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Forest Air Helicopters

121 Airport Drive, East Albury NSW 2640
Travel in style and let Forest Air Helicopters show you around the area with a bird's eye view from one of their helicopters. Offering scenic tours around the local region, Lake Hume and the Snowy Mountains, winery tours, wedding transfers, and a heli-snow shuttle up to the ski fields, there really is no other way to see this beautiful area of Australia. With so much to see around the Albury/Wodonga area, Forest Air Helicopters can custom design a flight that will suit your needs and budget. Call now to book your flight. Gift vouchers available....

Wodonga Library

126 Hovell Street, Wodonga VIC 3690
Wodonga Library is a public library serving the greater Wodonga area, providing for the community's educational, cultural, recreational and informational needs. The library has regular programs during school terms and the school holidays. A wide range of free resources including books, magazines, DVDs, e-Books, e-Audio and more for loan, as well as internet access and a selection of programs for all ages. The Wodonga Library offers a number of services that are free or at a minimum cost, these include printing, photocopying, scanning and fax facilities....
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Atura Albury

648 Dean Street, Albury NSW 2640
A fresh take on travel has touched down as Atura Hotels breathe new life into the region's former Rydges Albury. Urban, industrial and art-inspired stying fused with dynamic open plan spaces offer guests an escape from the predictable. High energy spaces, genuine hospitality and thoughtful details at great prices form the mainstay of the Atura Hotels offering - something they know their guests have come to love. Free WiFi everywhere, coffee pod machines in every room, and amenities from New York's Malin + Goetz add to the 'Atura' experience. Located in the heart of the region's bustling Dean Street, when you stay at Atura Albury you'll have everything at your fingertips, from cinemas and clubs to theatres, shops, and gardens....