About Albury Wodonga

Did you know that Albury was in the running to become Australia’s national capital or that Wodonga was once named Belvoir?

Visiting Albury Wodonga

Albury Wodonga has always been a meeting place of two cities, and two states, across the mighty Murray River. Today that proud historic duality has made it a special place with heritage charm and modern sophistication in equal measure. Here you can cycle along the Murray River, wander through a local farmers market or explore Australia’s newest cultural landmark, MAMA – Murray Art Museum Albury. Swim at Lake Hume in the morning, visit the Bonegilla Migrant Experience in the afternoon, then treat yourself at one of the region’s acclaimed restaurants at night.
Albury Wodonga is a place of wonderful contrasts – where the great outdoors meets the latest in urban culture, and where visitors can easily discover the best of both worlds. You’ll find Albury Wodonga easily accessible, with unexpected discoveries around every corner. Use our Official Visitors Guide or our handy Top Ten and make the most of this diverse part of Australia. The hardest thing will be deciding what to do next!