Wander through the perfectly manicured gardens of Black Dragon Garden at Howlong and capture the oriental essence of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Built with the distinctive gardens of Suzhou as inspir...
Albury Botanic Gardens

Albury Botanic Gardens

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Maintaining its beauty for the past 130 years, Albury Botanic Gardens have delighted both locals and visitors with a vibrant display of plant life, often referred to as the city's 'jewel in the crown'...
Wonga Wetlands

Wonga Wetlands

Splitters Creek

A stunning example of Albury's natural beauty, Wonga Wetlands sits along the floodplain of the Murray River, an ecosystem of lagoons and billabongs. A lush mecca for birdwatchers, photographers and wi...
Albury's award winning LibraryMuseum fuses together the cosy enjoyment of a library with state of the art technology, bringing you a range of interactive exhibitions and classic reads. Also showcasing...
Offers hours of exploring, fascinating scenery and education for visitors.
Lawson Syphon

Lawson Syphon


diverts water from the Edward River to local farms. There are clean, sandy beaches near the syphon, and the Edward River itself is ideal for all aquatic sports.
Commemorates the breeding in 1861 of the famous Peppin strain of merino.
Shelters emus, kangaroos, birds and other fauna in their natural habitat.
The Woolpack Inn Museum is a two story heritage listed historic building located in the main street of Holbrook. The original Woolpack Inn was opened in 1839 by John Mitten and continued trading unt...
The longest in NSW, dates from 1882 and is classified by the National Trust. Albury Station was opened on 3 February 1881. This coincided with the opening of the Gerogery to Albury extension of the Gr...
Artifacts, Memorabilia, Exhibits, etc.