AlburyCity News
What’s happening in our community
Friday 14 May 2021
From the CEO

A major intersection upgrade that forms a crucial part of Albury’s growth strategy will soon ‘go live’, with new traffic lights to ease the daily congestion that can make the morning and afternoon commute a headache for local people.

Mayor's Message

Albury Wodonga's ground-breaking Regional Deal has paid its first dividends, with funding confirmed for the upgrade of one of our most beloved outdoor spaces.

Have your say on Cultural Precinct master plan

We're working on a long-term plan for the future of the Cultural Precinct surrounding QEII Square and we'd like to know what you think. Help to shape the future of our city by checking out some of the ideas and share your thoughts on the long-term vision for the precinct.

Have your say
Wetlands on the rise

The beautiful Wonga Wetlands are undergoing a seasonal change as water fills the billabongs, creating food and habitat for all sorts of birds and animals. Why not pay a visit and check it out for yourself?

Visit Wonga
New court at popular park

A new half-court basketball court is taking shape at Red Gum Park in East Albury, as works to revitalise the popular play area enters its next stages.

Park life
Are you interested in serving your community as a councillor?

We are holding two candidate information sessions (one in person and one virtually) for those who are interested in finding out more about becoming a councillor. This introductory information session is essential for all potential candidates considering standing for election in the local government elections in September.

Register here
Fresh new sounds

Indigenous musician David Spry will bring a blend of poignant personal connections balanced with infectious rhythms at the free Music in the Gardens event on Sunday. Don't miss it - it's the last one of the season! 

Join in
Mad Hatter's tea party is lots of fun for little ones

The children at Albury Family Day Care had a great time when they dressed up for a Mad Hatter's tea party. It was just one of the terrific activities celebrated across Australia in Family Day Care Week.

Family Day Care
Works this week

Find out what planned works are happening in and around our city, including works commencing this week on the Thurgoona Cycleway along Elizabeth Mitchell Drive and Corrys Road.


Find out more
Safer Drivers
Learner Driver Workshop

Join us at a learner driver workshop on Wednesday 26 May to hear practical advice on how to help learner drivers become safer drivers.

Save your spot
AlburyCity Leadership and Resilience Scholarship

In partnership with Charles Sturt University, this scholarship will cover the completion of two micro-subjects from the Graduate certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience, Building Community Resilience and Leading Change.

Apply here
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