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Albury Australia

Bordered by the Murray River in the south, Albury is located in the state of New South Wales in Australia. It is surrounded by a number of natural attractions, while the city itself boasts a thriving art and food scene.

Albury sits on the banks of the Murray River, which forms a natural border between the states of New South Wales and Victoria. You can walk or cycle past it on the Wagirra Trail, a scenic, two-metre-wide path that runs alongside the river. On your way, you can stop to take in views of the scenery, spot local wildlife and check out the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk – a series of sculptures created by Aboriginal artists. Murray River flows into Lake Hume, which offers water sports like kayaking, canoeing, fishing and boating. To the west of the city lie the Wonga Wetlands, home to kangaroos and over 150 species of birds.

For sweeping views over Albury, you can head to the top of Monument Hill. Aside from panoramas, you’ll also find memorials dedicated to those who lost their lives during the First and Second World War. Close by, the Albury Botanic Gardens offer a tranquil setting to relax in, complete with a children’s play area. Art lovers should make time to visit the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA), a contemporary art space known for its installations, photography exhibits and indigenous pieces.


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