Albury is filled with many things to do, whether that be embracing nature, viewing art or tasting fine foods. When visiting Albury, the Albury Botanic Gardens is a great place to start. Recharge as you inhale the crisp, fresh air.

As you trek into the welcoming arms of the Gardens, you will be surrounded by tranquillity and a sense of peace. With many different types of trees providing shade on top of a healthy and lush lawn, you will find yourself wanting to waste the day away just taking in all that nature has to offer. There is also a Children’s Interactive Garden along the path, which will no doubt keep the kids entertained while you relax.


If you are interested in Australian Art, the Albury Regional Art Gallery along Dean St is where you want to head.

After going through a recent $10.5 million redevelopment, the Albury Regional Art Gallery is now a cultural staple in Australian destinations.

Featuring an ever growing collection of art and photography including works by indigenous artists Tracey Moffatt and Destiny Deacon, it’s your chance for a delicious slice of history.

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After a long day exploring the wonderful offers of Albury, you’ll want to feast in the finest restaurant around. ‘Restaurant 579’ is one of the most highly renowned restaurants in the area. Offering both locals and visitors alike a memorable dining experience, there’s no wonder why everybody flocks to this restaurant. With a modern twist on their classic dishes, your taste buds with explode with happiness as you taste with the 579 has to offer.

TRY: The ‘Pepper crusted duck breast with cherry jam, cauliflower puree and braised red cabbage.’

Albury and Wondonga have two accommodation options for you. Situated along the edge of the Murray River you will find the Quality Hotel on Olive.


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