The gateway to the wonders of the Murray region and to some of the most beautiful scenery in Australia. The city of Albury itself delightfully combines relaxed country living with all the vitality and entertainment options of capital city living. It boasts several major retail facilities with stores such as Myer and many speciality shops providing a metropolitan standard of shopping. There are noted art galleries, museums, pottery and craft shops and antique and collectable outlets to provide many interesting alternatives for the visitor.
- Albury Regional Museum - Built in 1854, this museum displays items and photographs relating to the history of Albury and various towns of the Upper Murray.
- Albury Regional Art Centre - Albury's main art gallery features displays of ceramics, paintings and photographs. Touring Exhibitions occur regularly.
- Gateway Complex - The major tourist centre for Albury/Wodonga featuring a number of stalls displaying local arts and crafts.
- Botanic Gardens - These gardens date back to the 1800’s and are the showpiece of Albury. They feature ornamental ponds, a fern walk and a Calabrian pine grown from a seed and taken from the Lone Pine in Gallipoli.
- Lake Hume - Contains a power station that provides northern Victoria and southern New South Wales with electricity. It is also a pleasant place for recreation with plenty of activities including fishing, sailing, water-skiing and swimming available.
- Tandanya - An Aboriginal cultural centre featuring galleries, a workshop and performing areas.
- Drive Tours - One of the best ways to see the Albury/Wodonga region is by taking a drive tour put together by the tourist centre.
- Walking on the Albury/Wodonga Trail System - A series of easy-medium grade walking tracks cross the two cities, providing interesting views and picnic spots.