BEST WESTERN PLUS Hovell Tree Inn

Address: Cnr. Hovell Street and Wodonga Place, Albury, New South Wales, 2640, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cnr. Hovell Street and Wodonga Place, Albury, is near Albury Botanic Garden, Monument Hill War Memorial, and The Army Museum Bandiana.
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      The Burke Museum, Ned Kelly and 'Fast" Ed

      A travel blog entry by bryonandlucinda on Dec 05, 2014

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      ... public, corporate and private donors.

      Leaving the museum we found what is known as the Harry Power Cell. This is actually several holding cells below the old Town Hall - now the Tourist Information Centre - used when the courthouse was being renovated so the Town Hall was used as a court. Harry Power, a bushranger, was probably the most (im)famous person held there and thus the name.

      We then walked down to the Chinese ...

      Yackandandah, Chiltern and Rutherglen

      A travel blog entry by bryonandlucinda on Dec 04, 2014

      8 photos

      ... a writing with a pen with a nib and ink from an ink well - the quality of the writing was surprisingly good! The Spiritus Art Gallery is certainly worth a look if you ever visit Yackandandah as the quality of work displayed for sale is outstanding (www.yackandandahartgallery.com.au).

      From there we did a loop, passing through the historically significant Rowdy Flat, Allan's Flat and Osborne's Flat, passing along the way a couple of ...

      Without a paddle on the Murray River

      A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Oct 20, 2014

      4 photos

      You know when someone warns you not to do something - and then you go ahead and do it anyway? That is precisely what had happened shortly before I found myself floating helplessly down the Murray River, caught in a current and panicking that I was about to be eaten by a crocodile. I was in a place called Albury, a four hour train ride away from Melbourne. It's certainly not on the beaten track for backpackers but I had a special reason to pay a visit: Jenny and Dave, ...

      Bright to Albury via Beechworth

      A travel blog entry by tmo1602 on Mar 21, 2014

      2 comments, 14 photos

      Woke up to another beautiful morning in Bright. Went to go have a coffee at Cafe Velo - a retro coffee shop owned and ran by former twice road champion holder of the fastest time for the Melbourne to Warrnambool Classic - Wayne Hildred. The cafe is wonderful with cycling pictures, signed jerseys and everything a cyclist could want to feel at home. The owners Wayne and Susan are warm and welcoming and happy to sit down to tell you the best paths to ride and even to invite you along ...

      ...And on through Victoria.

      A travel blog entry by dorthepoet on Nov 28, 2013

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      ... road at large.


      Of course, a lemon it could be, although we hope it’s not
      RACV will look it over and let us know what’s what,
      And we’ll just keep our fingers crossed, as we travel ‘round Victoria,
      That when we send our poems home, they do not serve to bore ya!


      Dorothy E Candlish, Wodonga (Lake Hume), 28th November, 2010


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