Current & upcoming exhibitions 

Both the LibraryMuseum and Lavington Library feature local, national and international exhibitions on temporary display. From local history to interactive science to contemporary multimedia, they promise a different experience each time you visit.

  • Albury Woollen Mills, AlburyCity Collection, ARM 95.01.04

    Pattern Making: Stitching together Albury’s textiles manufacturing history

    Companies such as Macquarie Worsteds and Adelyn Clothing had great economic and community influence in Albury.

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  • Colonel Ryan outside the Australian 1st Division’s headquarters on Anzac. AWM P02648.001. Australian War Memorial collection.

    A Camera on Gallipoli

    A powerful exhibition featuring some of the most graphic and important photographic images from the Gallipoli campaign.

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  • Preserving family war docs

    Writing Home: The WWI letters of Frank Brown

    Letters home to Albury from the battle lines far away reveal the realities of war in this insightful exhibition.

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  • Tony Mott. Photo: Graham Jepson

    What A Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott

    A major retrospective of the work of Australia’s premier rock music photographer, Tony Mott.

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  • Lee Tet family and Ted Crawford, c.1925, AlburyCity Collection ARM 14.214

    Family Business: Albury families and the legacies they build

    This fascinating exhibition tells stories of the families behind Albury’s street names and historic buildings.

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