What's Happening in Our Community

27 February 2020

CEO's message

Our Charles Sturt University and TAFE NSW campuses at Thurgoona do more than just provide fantastic educational opportunities – they also offer a vibrant precinct with great facilities to the general public and we’re working together to assess how much the community knows about those services.

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CBD parking strategy

We've developed a strategy for the long-term parking needs of the Albury and Lavington CBDs and we'd like to hear your thoughts.

Have your say
Join the Upstream fun

You're invited to join a celebration of arts and culture on the border as Albury and Wodonga Councils present the amazing Upstream festival.

Food for thought at Retro Lane

Hosting a work meeting or function? Need some tasty treats for your guests? Why not try the fantastic array of catering options from the team at Retro Lane Cafe? They can provide fresh and tasty sandwiches, fruit platters, home-made muffins and slices, and more - so let the Retro team do the work while you get down to business.  

Place your order
Music returns

The Botanic Gardens will be jumping when Music in the Gardens returns with the HillBilly Goats, a show you've never seen the likes of before!

Come along
Best mates

Having a pet can be expensive, which is why we're working with the RSPCA to help pensioners and concession card holders keep track of their best mates.

Keep track
Think big

Charles Sturt University, TAFE NSW and Two Cities One Community present All About Women - a festival that asks big questions.

Join in
Riverside precinct plan flows to next stage

A plan to revolutionise the Murray foreshore behind the Albury Swim Centre is moving ahead, after Council this week endorsed the revised concepts (including the one above) for the project. The endorsement followed extensive public consultation, meaning we're now ready to move towards detailed designs built around the community feedback. 

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Trail on track

The Wagirra trail extension along the banks of the beautiful Murray has reached a milestone, with ten kilometres of the cycling/walking path carved out, with bridge construction next on the agenda.

Wonderful Wagirra
Weeds war on the water

Our teams have been scouring the banks of the Murray, looking for invasive weeds. The mapping program will help us to remove weeds, keeping the river healthy and attractive.

Beating weeds
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Albury NSW 2640
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