Albury Wodonga Travel Guide

Located 3 and a half hours northeast of Melbourne, Albury Wodonga offers the perfect mix of leisurely country life with all the convenience of a vibrant modern city. Situated on the banks of the Murray River, the towns are separated by the path the river cuts but are both home to beautiful heritage buildings, established parks, thriving shopping precincts and a range of cultural events. Enjoying a picturesque landscape of rolling valleys, lush farmlands and unspoiled hills, Albury Wodonga is also known for its iconic paddle steamers and fantastic food and wine.

Albury Accommodation

Albury Wodonga accommodation offers a great range of 3 to 5 star options to suit all budgets and travellers. Located on both sides of the Murray River, Albury accommodation range from affordable motels and comfortable hotels to serviced apartments and luxury resorts. Situated in both central city locations and further out into the countryside, Albury Wodonga also offers some more unique accommodation experiences including charming bed and breakfasts and luxury spa retreats. Whether you're staying for one night or one week, there's sure to be a range of Albury Wodonga accommodation to suit you.

Holiday Packages

Albury Wodonga holiday packages are the ideal way to explore this vibrant country town and offer the best value for money. The easiest and most affordable way to holiday in Albury Wodonga, these holiday packages offer a coordinated approach to all your holiday needs saving you both time and money. Allowing you to combine everything from accommodation and flights or car hire to transfers, meals, tours, travel insurance and much more, these Albury Wodonga holiday packages offer significant savings. You'll also enjoy access to a range of benefits such as free nights, complimentary room upgrades, breakfast daily and more.


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 range from the region's pioneer past and migrant history brought to life by local museums, the Walking Tour and Bonegilla Migrant Experience. Foodies will also love the fantastic farms, wineries and breweries that surround the region offering plenty of local produce, cellar door tastings and fine dining. Other popular Albury Wodonga attractions include local parks and Harvey's Fun Park home to waterslides as well as slot cars, paintball and indoor rock climbing.

Getting To Albury Wodonga

Located approximately 3 and a half hours northeast of Melbourne, getting to Albury Wodonga is easy thanks to its position on the country's busiest inland corridor. Situated at the Junction of a number of major highways and freeways, Albury Wodonga enjoys easy access to Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. The main route from Melbourne to Albury Wodonga is via the Hume Freeway, also known as National Highway One. There are also daily flights from Sydney, Melbourne and a number of regional airports available to Albury Wodonga taking approximately one hour. The region is also situated on a major rail link between Sydney and Melbourne with a number of express services available both day and night from both capital cities, taking approximately 3 hours. There are also daily V/Line rail services from Melbourne to Albury Wodonga.