Bandiana Army Museum
The Army Museum Bandiana will provide a leading edge focus for the interpretation and public display of Australia’s rich Military Heritage, with special emphasis on the history of the Army’s logistic corps.
Albury Art Gallery
Housed in the iconic, heritage listed former Town Hall in Dean Street, Albury Art Gallery is a place that celebrates the diverse cultural life of the region and brings visitors fresh and stimulating insights into contemporary art, sculpture and craft practice.
The Murray River is the world’s 16th-longest river at 2,530 kilometres near Towong and 2756 km from it source in the Kosciusko National Park. It is fed by several rivers on it’s journey from the Australian Alps. The main feeding rivers are the Darling and Murrumbidgee Rivers.
Situated on the foreshore of Lake Hume and only minutes away from the border towns of Albury Wodonga, central to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. Whether your holiday imcludes skiing, fishing, sailing, golfing, touring the wineries or just plain relaxing, you’ll find it all here at Lake Hume Tourist Park.
Huon Hill Parklands
Features includes: 360 degree views of stunning panoramas overlooking Albury, Wodonga, Lake Hume, Mt. Bogong, Mt. Feathertop, the Kiewa Valley, Bonegilla, Baranduda Range, Table Top Mountain and the Murray Valley towards Corowa.
Hume and Hovell Walking Track
The Hume and Hovell Walking Track stretches over 440km between Yass and Albury and allows walkers to rediscover the route of explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell on their expedition to Port Phillip in 1824.
Bonegilla Migrant Experience
A site visit gives you an opportunity not only to see the buildings, but also to consider how the location and natural surrounds framed arrival experiences. Block 19 Bonegilla is set out as part of a typical Second World War military war camp. It was used, first, as army headquarters and, then, as the migrant centre staff block.
Albury Botanic Gardens
The gardens are extremely popular with horticultural enthusiasts and garden lovers, many travelling from around the country to explore the 1,000 plus native and exotic plant species. School children also take advantage of this botanical delight to learn about plants and the local environment.
Wineries and Breweries
North eastern Victoria and southern NSW are blessed with the greatest diversity of altitude, soil types, rainfall and temperature in the country. This provided far-sighted winemakers with the rare opportunity of growing vines in cool climate alpine valleys to produce extremely different styles of wines in a relatively small area.
Victorian Snow Fields
Enjoy downhill and cross-country snow skiing and snowboarding for all skill levels as well as toboggan trails, snow tubing and family activities. The fun continues beyond the slopes in the bars, cafés and restaurants, shops, movie theatres, gyms, indoor sports facilities and health spas.