From music to film, shopping and our iconic Carols, there’s something for everyone in this brilliant program of seasonal events.
2018 Deaf Games
The Australian Deaf Games (ADG) will be staged across Albury and Wodonga next year between January 20 and January 27, 2018. The games give deaf people an opportunity to be exposed to a national competition format, which promotes the development of deaf sport.
QEII Twilight Markets
The place to be – Albury's QEII Twilight Market. Whether it's to shop, catch up with friends, relax on the lawn or listen to live music; it's the place to enjoy a beautiful evening outdoors in Albury.
Music in the Gardens
Held in the picturesque Albury Botanic Gardens, these free concerts are a perfect way to spend a sunny spring or autumn afternoon.
If you're a senior living in Albury, take part in one of the many free activities planned during the 2017 NSW Seniors Week Festival.
Albury Gold Cup
Attracting over 18,000 people each year, The Commercial Club Albury Gold Cup Carnival is one of the premier country racing carnivals in Australia.
AlburyCity and the Albury community embrace the mateship of ANZAC Day and work closely with the Albury RSL Sub Branch to present an annual program of activities to commemorate ANZAC Day.
Picnic in the Gardens
Held around the second Sunday of November each year, Picnic in the Gardens is a day packed full of fun and adventure for children up to the age of 12 - and it's free!
Carols by Candlelight
Albury’s annual Carols by Candlelight is anything but a Silent Night as thousands of residents come together to celebrate the festive season in style.