Permanent exhibitions

The LibraryMuseum is a superb showcase for a range of permanent exhibitions and for works from the AlburyCity Collection.

  • Crossing Place

    Crossing Place traces the settlement of Albury by land and water. An engaging collection of objects, audio and film tell the story of Albury from first contact with the Wiradjuri people to the city we know today.

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  • Sharing Bonegilla Stories

    Sharing Bonegilla Stories explores the experiences and emotions of people who passed through the region’s migrant reception centre. Showcasing original artefacts from the collection and first-hand migrant memories, this stunning exhibition is not to be missed.

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  • Wiradjuri Talkback

    Wiradjuri Talkback explores the history of Wiradjuri Country and what it means to be Aboriginal in Albury Wodonga today. Exhibits include original artefacts, a preserved canoe scar tree, Riverina bark painting, hand tools and the stunning possum skin cloak worn at the 2008 National Apology.

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  • Robbins and Porter

    Robbins and Porter were not only mechanics but also inventors. In their spare time they worked on the design and construction of a monoplane. Visit the LibraryMuseum to see the life-size replica of the Robbins and Porter monoplane suspended from the ceiling.

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