Albury Wodonga Attractions

Combining charming country style with the excitement and convenience of a modern city, Albury Wodonga offers excellent cultural events, established parks, thriving shopping precincts and beautiful heritage buildings on the banks of the Murray River. Twin cities separated by the river, Albury Wodonga attractions offer something for everyone, from history buffs to food and wine aficionados, music lovers to those who love the great outdoors, family friendly attractions and much more.

Crossing Place: A Story of Albury is a fascinating multimedia exhibition at the Library/Museum that chronicles the city’s evolution from first contact with the Wiradjuri people to today, while the Albury CBD Walking Tour offers an insight into the region’s pioneer history via local museums and the grand historical architecture of the city, with the restored Albury Railway Station a definite highlight. The Bonegilla Migrant Experience also offers an insight into the country’s first migration reception centre, built in 1947, it housed more than 320,000 migrants up until 1971.

The rolling hills, lush valleys and rich farmlands are also popular Albury Wodonga attractions home to a fantastic range of breweries, wineries and farms that foodies will love. Surrounded by fresh local produce, cellar door tastings and fine country dining, a lazy day spent touring the countryside’s best food and drink is certainly a popular way to spend your time in Albury Wodonga.

Situated on the Murray River, once a busy paddle steamer trade route, the waters are now a popular recreation spot and enjoyed by locals and visitors alike as a lovely spot to set up a picnic, go for a swim, throw a line in or paddle around in small water craft. Other popular Albury Wodonga attractions include local parks and leisure activities such as a visit to Harvey’s Fun Park, home to a range of waterslides as well as slot cars, paintball and indoor rock climbing.