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Who lives here?
- Families With Kids
Reviews of West Albury, NSW
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"City on the border of New South Wales and Victoria"
Albury is also frequently referred to as Albury-Wodonga because it is just s stone's throw away from Wodonga in Victoria. This city is about a seven hours' drive from Sydney and there are many industries, mainly agriculture, around this area. Charles Sturt University is based in Albury and this city is big enough to have its own airport.
There are plenty of cafes, restaurants, convenience stores, shops, bakeries, banks and etc along the main streets of Albury. Whatever you can find in Sydney, Albury has it too. The streets are clean and wide and there is plenty of parking to go around for everyone in the city. Albury is a great pit stop if you are on your way to nearby towns such as Rutherglen and Yackandandah in Victoria.
"Albury -Twin city to Wodonga, Vic"
Albury is situated on the NSW/Vic border and is separated from its ‘twin’ city Wodonga in Victoria by the Murray River. Albury has a large population and offer all the amenities one could expect from a city of this size. There is plenty to do in Albury including visiting some of the heritage sites, galleries and the many gardens around the town and nearby ‘suburbs’. There is plenty of sporting and recreational actives on offer including fishing, hiking, golf, tennis and cycling to name a few. There are ample accommodation options with everything from backpackers, caravan and camping areas to hotels and motels with luxury facilities. Generally a friendly city with work available and home prices still at an affordable rate.
Who lives here?
- Families with kids