Welcome to your Monthly Newsletter - All About Albury

This month we hear from Albury's Citizen of the Year Winner, talk important sustainability initiatives, celebrate the end of summer with outdoor events, bring our retail sector into focus... and more.

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Al Taylor, owner of Al's Skate Co took out the Albury Awards as the deserving winner of the Citizen of the Year Award.

Al has poured his heart, soul, sweat, tears and finances into building a positive, inclusive and family friendly skateboarding community for families, not only on the border but throughout regional NSW. Al is also is the president of 'drop in and take off', a not-for-profit organisation running inclusive community events, wellbeing and mental health programs throughout the community and local schools.

Hear from Al


During the development of the Towards Albury 2050 Community Strategic Plan, you told us that you want our spectacular and unique natural environment to be protected and enhanced. We can achieve this together by continuing to adapt to our changing climate, leading the way in emissions reduction, protecting our natural resources and managing our waste responsibly.

Frank Zaknich - CEO

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The retail sector is one of our largest employers, supporting over 3,000 jobs and providing economic uplift of $241m annually. Our Albury Retail Action Plan contains exciting initiatives to ensure we retain our position as a key retail centre in the region, focusing on improving shopper experiences, attracting investment, supporting local businesses and boosting employment.

Retail is king


Our annual Summer Nights is coming to QEII Square from 4.30pm - 8.30pm on Friday 24 March, with a free outdoor screening of G-rated Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. So grab your friends and family and a picnic blanket, and enjoy good vibes and yummy snacks while you chill out and enjoy the flick!

At the movies


The Australian Museum's free Future Now is now showing at our Albury LibraryMuseum from Wednesday 8 March to Sunday 2 April. The exhibition features three interactive dioramas that bring sustainable landscapes to life, and highlight innovative solutions for tackling the impacts of climate change.

Explore the future


Australian jazz vocalist Lillian Albazi and her band will hit our Botanic Gardens for a free open-air concert from 1pm - 3pm on Sunday 19 March. They'll renew the familiar with deft, complex takes on classic and contemporary standards, performing a range of modern jazz styles with wit, playfulness and somber romanticism.

Feel the music


Sydney-based human rights social documentarians Belinda Mason and Dieter Knierim bring their Serving Country exhibition to our Albury LibraryMuseum from Saturday 25 March to Sunday 25 June. The exhibition recognises the valuable contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who have served in the Australian Defence Force.

Celebrating service

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