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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    Travel Blogs from Albury


    A travel blog entry by cwilson560 on Dec 16, 2014

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    ... had changed. The office buildings remained (I guess they are heritage listed) but have been converted back into houses. There is now a residential street running straight through the centre of the block with new houses being built all around. It looks as though the changes have only just been made but the area has certainly lost its original charm. Very sad to see. I knew that the campus had moved to Thurgoona but I didn't consider the fact that the buildings would be ...

    Goulburn to Albury

    A travel blog entry by cwilson560 on Dec 15, 2014

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    ... a stop at Gundagai, to see the famous "dog on the tuckerbox". The next stop was Holbrook to see the big submarine. The dry heat really hit us as we stepped out of the car; bringing back many memories. We walked around the submarine and Samuel & Cameron had a play in the playground while Benjamin and I found a cool spot under a tree to watch from. The temperature on the car hit 38 degrees.

    Drove onto towards Albury. ...

    Without a paddle on the Murray River

    A travel blog entry by gaelstigant on Oct 20, 2014

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    ... over. "Nah mate, I'm just chilling," Dave replied. "You've got life jackets on so I knew you couldn't drown." So much for being rescued. Dave helped us drag the canoe onto the bank and it took three of us to tip it over and empty out the water. After four hours, we finally paddled into our finishing point. "I hear you went for a little swim, girls?" was all the guide had to say about our ordeal. I don't think he realised how close we had come to death by blood-sucking ...

    Albury Greats

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on May 23, 2014

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    ... and other sporting greats from football stars to Olympic athletes as well as the Flying Fruit Fly Circus act. There was also an excellent exhibition with stories from immigrants who had fled their homelands during the war to migrate to Australia and start a new life. (handwritten notes from children stating their age, where they had come from etc) and the Chinese who came out to work in the goldfields and the racism they endured. Anyway, if ...

    Another Day on the Road

    A travel blog entry by olytrains on Apr 20, 2013

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    ... than take away for three days, so it was very nice to sit down and enjoy our dinner.
    Back in Alexandra this morning we awoke to find frost on the grass and windshields. Our room didn’t have heat, so we noticed the change in temperature right away. On the way out of town we discovered a Timber Tramway Museum (Logging Railroad Museum). Of course we had to stop for a few photos before leaving town. This tramway ...