What's Happening in Our Community

4 July 2019

From the CEO - a new era at Council

A new era has begun at AlburyCity as we work towards delivering the shared vision of the community and Council for the future, as defined in the Albury 2030 Community Strategic Plan.

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OOSH info

We're excited to be expanding our out of school hours (OOSH) care to include Trinity Anglican College later this month. 

Bird's eye views

Signal control boxes at intersections across Albury are being transformed by stunning images of the city from the air.

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Regional Skate Park plans on a roll

We're ready to hit go on the next stage of the Albury skate park project, after council approved funding for detailed designs during this financial year. It follows extensive consultation with the skating community as we worked together to plan first-class facilities for skaters and riders of all abilities.   

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Arts celebration

Albury and Wodonga Councils have launched an exciting new arts festival. Part of the Two Cities One Community partnership, "Upstream" will be a celebration of creativity across the border.

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Work ramps up

Paddlers will soon enjoy new access to the Murray River, thanks to the construction of a new concrete launching ramp on the Wagirra Trail, just off Waterview Road.

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Mayor's Message - net gains

The fantastic new-look J.C. King Park netball HQ is almost ready to open and players can't wait to move in. I took a tour with Linda from the Netball Association to get the first look inside.

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No return

The powerful story of convict boys at Tasmania's Point Puer Prison is told in The Point of No Return at the Albury Entertainment Centre. 

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Fun for kids

Artist Tracey MacVean creates Bigsy the dog for a celebration of the work of children's author/illustrator Alison Lester at the LibraryMuseum.

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Message at MAMA

MAMA is presenting Message to be Heard, a collection of prints and poetry by influential Wiradjuri artist, writer and activist Kevin Gilbert.

New exhibition
Powering ahead

We're moving forward on important infrastructure and services, thanks to support from the Commonwealth, through the enormously valuable Federal Assistance Grants program.

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Smooth operators

The Botanic Gardens team has been using the colder months to regenerate the paths throughout the gardens. The paths have been compacted to keep them smooth, safe and dry.

Visit the gardens
553 Kiewa Street,
PO Box 323
Albury NSW 2640
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