Major projects and works

AlburyCity is committed to providing and improving local services, facilities and community infrastructure.

The current major projects listed below are aimed at preserving and improving the city's liveability and delivering on the community's aspirations as outlined in Albury 2030.

  • Mattresses ready for recycling

    Construction and Demolition Recycling Facility Construction

    Cost: 4.5M   Completion: 2020

    Albury City Council recently received $2,021,947 million as part of the NSW Environment Protection Authority’s Major Resource Recovery Infrastructure Grant Program.

    Read more about Construction and Demolition Recycling Facility Construction

  • image of Kerr Road

    Kerr Road Reconstruction

    Cost: $1.35M   Completion: August 2018

    Construction of Stage 4 of the reconstruction of Kerr Road, Thurgoona is due to commence in May 2018.

    Read more about Kerr Road Reconstruction

  • aerial view overlooking main oval

    Lavington Sports Ground Redevelopment

    Cost: $10M   Completion: December 2019

    This major redevelopment will transform the Lavington Sports Ground into one of regional Australia's premier sporting facilities.

    Read more about Lavington Sports Ground Redevelopment

  • Image of child at the LibraryMuseum kidspace

    Library upgrade

    Cost: $465,000   Completion: June 2019

    Under the proposed draft budget, the Kidspace at the library will get a welcome makeover to add colour and flexibility with a focus on improving interactivity.

    Read more about Library upgrade

  • Monument MP

    Monument Hill Upgrades

    Cost: $800K   Completion: December 2019

    The landscaping works are part of a long-term plan to upgrade and beautify Monument Hill.

    Read more about Monument Hill Upgrades

  • Oddies Creek Playspace

    Murray River improvements

    Cost: $5M to date   Completion: ongoing

    AlburyCity is making significant improvements to Murray River frontage and access.

    Read more about Murray River improvements

  • exterior of the historic pump house

    PumpHouse Creative Enterprises, Maker Space and Residency Program

    Cost: $1.384M   Completion: 2020

    We've secured $1.3M from the NSW Government’s Regional Cultural Fund to upgrade two residences to improve the city’s artist accommodation and to transform the heritage listed Pump House at Water Works into a Maker Space.

    Read more about PumpHouse Creative Enterprises, Maker Space and Residency Program

  • QEII Square public art

    QEII Square Master Plan

    Cost: $1.8M   Completion: 2020

    In early 2015, AlburyCity adopted the QEII Square Master Plan, a long-term vision to create a contemporary, vibrant and exciting inner-city space for a growing and future Albury.

    Read more about QEII Square Master Plan

  • Cyclists on Wagirra Trail

    Riverside Precinct, Parks and Wetlands Redevelopment

    Cost: $10.12M   Completion: June 2021

    This is a priority master-planned project for AlburyCity aimed at strengthening the relationship between Albury's community, the CBD and the Murray River.

    Read more about Riverside Precinct, Parks and Wetlands Redevelopment

  • Image of a light globe and dollar symbol indicating cost savings

    Southern Lights Project

    Cost: $2M   Completion: TBA

    AlburyCity is working towards a cleaner, greener and more energy-efficient future by replacing street lights across the city with state-of-the-art LED lighting.

    Read more about Southern Lights Project

  • Photo of children playing football at Thurgoona

    Sportsfield projects 2018-19

    Cost: Varied per project   Completion: Varied per project

    The 2018-19 draft budget includes funding for a number of sportsfield improvements.

    Read more about Sportsfield projects 2018-19