AlburyCity News
What’s happening in our community
Thursday 22 July 2021
From our CEO, Frank Zaknich

We’re excited to be working with our partners at Wodonga Council to deliver the next key projects under the Two Cities One Community (2C1C) banner, following endorsement of the 2021-2022 action plan by both councils.

Message from Mayor Kevin Mack

We're getting even more 'SMART' when it comes to resource recovery, which is why it's exciting to be enhancing our waste management education centre so we can help future generations along the road to a more sustainable future.

Woody weeds removed as work starts on riverside revolution

Streambank protection works have started on the Murray River near the Albury Swim Centre as the transformation of the area gets underway. A contractor has been appointed to build the new Riverside Precinct, which will include a boardwalk, floating dock,  and much more. We'll keep you up to date as the new community recreational space and visitor attraction continues to take shape.    

Precinct plan
Have your say on Albury 2050

We're seeking your feedback on how Albury should grow and thrive in the leadup to 2050. We're after your big ideas so we can work together to design our city of the future. 

Have your say
Exhibition celebrates creative career

Fans and newcomers will be delighted by an exhibition celebrating the works of cartoonist, artist and writer Judy Horacek. Check it out at the LibraryMuseum. 

Tanks for all the fish

The kids at Banjora Children's Centre are learning about caring for fish, thanks to a local family who donated a second tank to the centre. As part of the learning process, the children have come up with names for their fishy friends. For the record, the piscatorial newcomers have been named Bertram, Mickey, and Fishy McFishface. Nice!     

Visit Banjora
Furry friends need families

Meet Kevin. He's one of about 20 cats at the Albury Animal Care Centre who needs a home. If you'd like Kevin or any of his friends to join your family, click 'Adopt' below.

Wetlands come alive in flooding phase

There's lots of feathers fluffing and frogs croaking as the beautiful Wonga Wetlands undergo their annual flooding cycle. With the birds and animals soon to enter the breeding season, it's a great time to enjoy a break in the great outdoors. Why not pay a visit?  

Wander Wonga
553 Kiewa Street,
PO Box 323
Albury NSW 2640
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