Stay Another Day......or 2!
Albury/Wodonga is located on the border of NSW and VIC and is the beginning of the Great Murray River. The twin cities are quiet and peaceful with all the luxuries of the city and has so much to see and do not just in Albury/Wodonga but also the beautiful, serene smaller towns surrounding the twin cities. While visiting Albury/Wodonga, take the opportunity to have a look around and explore everything that we have to offer. We have put together a sample itinerary for you to start off with.
Take a scenic drive out to Lake Hume to take in the majestic views and walk over the dam wall which is the beginning of the Murray River
Immerse yourself in the local history by taking a self guided tour of the Bonegilla Migrant Experience
Explore Wonga Wetlands
Take a walk up Monument Hill which has a breathtaking view of Albury/Wodonga. This is best at sunrise or sunset
Pack yourselves a picnic lunch and sit by the Murray River and take in its beauty while relaxing and listening to the sounds of sweet nothing
Jump in the car and go for a drive to the winery region of Rutherglen. Check out a few of the wineries while you’re there! A couple of our favourites are Morris, Scion, Campbells and All Saints Estate.
Be sure to stop in Main St and grab a pie from Parker Pies for a mid morning stop - you will not regret it!
Have lunch at All Saints Estate - you have the option of dining in the fabulous restaurant or head into the cheese shop to have a platter made up for you and sit by the lake and take in the surrounds of this beautiful property.
Take your time and enjoy a great day out!
Time to take the car again and head to Beechworth
Go to the courthouse and jail where Ned Kelly was trialled
Have lunch at the Beechworth Brewery (child friendly)
Enjoy a stroll around the canyon walking path after lunch
On your way back to Albury be sure to stop in at Woolshed Falls. Very picturesque and has walking trails if you’re up for a bit more activity
On the drive back you can also enjoy the smaller towns of Allen's Flat (Strawberry Farm and Wine) and also take the time to stop into Yackandandah and have a look around and stop for a bit of coffee and cake.