How many Charlie Chaplins can you fit into QEII Square? We’ll find out in October when Albury attempts to break a Guinness World Record for the most number of Charlie Chaplin lookalikes in one place.
Growth in the Albury Wodonga economy and support for existing businesses will be just two of the benefits expected from the newly-launched Invest Albury Wodonga campaign.
Hundreds of gleaming machines will bring a super-charged boost to the border economy when the Australian Street Rod Federation Nationals are held in Albury in April, 2021.
Thousands of netballers will enjoy state-of-the-art facilities, after AlburyCity Councillors voted in favour of a major redevelopment of J.C. King Park.
To celebrate Australian Children’s Book Week (18 – 24 August), the Albury LibraryMuseum is hosting an exhibition by award-winning children’s book illustrator, Anne Spudvilas.
A review of AlburyCity’s CCTV system has found the network of 52 cameras across the CBD has significantly reduced crime while also improving the public’s perception of safety in the city centre.
The redeveloped Albury Airport was officially opened by the NSW Minister for Planning, Housing and Special Minister of State, Anthony Roberts, on Monday 20 August.
Artefacts that open a window into Albury’s past are for the first time on public display at the LibraryMuseum.
The latest artistic addition to Albury’s Botanic Gardens has been unveiled.
A corridor of prime Albury CBD land often touted as an eyesore could soon be on the market if AlburyCity can successfully negotiate part of its acquisition.