Albury

Albury is a regional city in New South Wales located 553km from Sydney and 322km to Melbourne. Albury is situated on the banks of the Murray River and 10km downstream of Lake Hume.

In 1973 Albury-Wodonga was selected as the primary focus of the Whitlam federal government’s scheme to redirect the uncontrolled growth of Australia’s large coastal cities (Sydney & Melbourne in particular) by encouraging decentralisation. It was projected then that Albury-Wodonga could reach 300,000 people.
Albury, with a population of approx. 45,000, is well serviced by Syd-Melb railway and the Hume Highway which bypassed the city in 2007. The Albury airport is the major airport for the region with daily flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and other regional towns.

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Bandiana

A relatively small suburb of Wodonga 5km to the east with a population of approx. 200. The Gaza Ridge Barracks occupies the majority of the suburb with the main attraction being a large Army Museum. A new estate opposite the Blazing Stump Hotel consists of new homes that are approx. 5-8 years old.

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Baranduda

Baranduda is 11km south east of Wodonga and will play a significant part in the future development of Wodonga. The Leneva-Baranduda growth area will house 35,000 people with 14,000 homes to be constructed. Approx. 6000 new jobs will be created and the focus will be on sustainability green community with healthy lifestyles, natural landscapes, environment lands, walkability, energy efficiency and sustainable water use.

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Bellbridge

Bellbridge is a small town on the Victorian side of the Bethanga Bridge. 26km from Wodonga and 19km from Albury, Bellbridge is a popular destination for local tourists who come to the area to fish or ski. With a population of approx. 400 and a new superstar resident, Lauren Jackson, Bellbridge provides a nice little getaway from Albury and Wodonga. The views across Lake Hume and the old Murray River are quite extraordinary.

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Bethanga

Bethanga was founded on New Year’s Day 1876 when gold was discovered at the “Gift” mine site. Gold was first reported in the area in 1852 but it was not until 1876 that the discovery of a reef led to the development of the Bethanga goldfields. Located 26km from Albury and 32km from Wodonga, Bethanga consists of local farmers and residents with a growing number of lifestyle hunters from Albury-Wodonga. With a general store, CFA and golf course the population of approx. 300 Bethanga residents live a very relaxed lifestyle.

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Bonegilla

10km east of Wodonga and on the dam end of Lake Hume lies Bonegilla. The home of Australia’s first migrant reception centre, over 320,000 migrants from over 30 countries had spent time there. The camp opened in 1947 and closed in 1971. Much of the development of the town was due to the Cudgewa railway line which opened in 1889 and closed in 1981. The line was used both in the development of and transporting materials for the Snowy Mountains Scheme and the main method of transporting thousands of migrants to the Bonegilla Migrant Reception Centre from Station Pier in Port Melbourne. The rail line has since been removed, and is now the High Country Rail Trail, a bike path linking Wodonga to Lake Hume.

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East Albury

3km east of the CBD is East Albury. East Albury lies on the east side of the Melbourne to Sydney railway and the Hume freeway. It covers Eastern Hill and the flat land around it on the Murray River Flood Plain. Mostly residential with the Albury Base Hospital, Harvey Norman shopping centre and the Albury Airport forming part of the suburb. A pocket south of Eastern Hill is commonly referred to as \”Doctor\’s Point\” and has some very nice properties. With a population of approx. 5600 the median house price in 2013 was $325,000.

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Ebden

Overlooking the magnificent Lake Hume with access to all water sports – fishing, skiing, sailing is Ebden. Just a few kilometres past Bonegilla on the Murray Valley Highway and only 12km from Wodonga, Ebden attracts small rural and lifestyle property hunters looking for the mix of views and privacy.

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Gerogery

20km north of Albury on the Riverina Highway is the small township of Gerogery. Adjacent to the Syd-Melb railway and consisting of a small general store and pub, Gerogery has a population of approx. 1000 people.

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Glenroy

5km North West of the CBD is the residential suburb of Glenroy with large rural areas located in a valley on the northern slopes of Nail Can Hill. With a rapidly growing population of approx. 2800 and a median house price of $287,000 in 2013 Glenroy has plenty to offer.
Bus 907 services Glenroy 5 and a half days a week.

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Hamilton Valley

With a small population of approx. 500 Hamilton Valley is approx. 7km North West of the CBD with residential areas and larger rural areas. 2013 median house price of $285,000.

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Indigo Valley

Just a short drive west along Felltimber Creek road lands you in the pleasant and relatively unknown Indigo Valley. With its close proximity to Wodonga and easy access to Albury via the Hume Hwy Indigo Valley is one of those semi-rural/lifestyle areas that will become highly sought after in the years to come. Served by the local CFA and the Middle Indigo Primary school the district has a population of approx. 600.

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Jindera

Just 19km North West of Albury\’s CBD is the township of Jindera with a population of approx. 1200 residents. With the chief attraction of the pioneer museum, Jindera is a lifestyle area bordering farming for those not wanting the faster pace of Albury. The 2013 median house price was $287,500.

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Kergunyah

Nestled in the picturesque Kiewa Valley and only 30km to the Wodonga GPO is this mainly farming community of Kergunyah. With very few conveniences the area is growing in popularity with families looking to work in Albury-Wodonga but still live far enough out that they feel like they are still “out in the sticks”. An easy and pleasant drive down the Kiewa Valley Highway makes this a definite area to keep an eye on. Kiewa River frontage is highly sought after and land in the district is commanding high asking prices.

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Kiewa/ Tamgambalanga

Kiewa & Tangambalanga are approx. 26km south east of Wodonga and sit on the Kiewa River. The majority of the residents live in the two towns and work at the Murray Goulburn dairy plant in between the two townships. Well supported with a range of sporting clubs, CFA, general store and a local hotel you can see why this little area is starting to grow in size and popularity.

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Killara

With the saleyards moving to a new site on the Hume Highway and Riverside Estate opening on the banks of the Kiewa River, Killara is just about to take off. Only 8km to Wodonga and situated between Bandiana and Bonegilla Killara is a small place going in the right direction.

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Lavington

Located 5km north of Albury’s CBD, Lavington is mostly residential with the main commercial area situated on Wagga Road. Once a prune-growing, orchard and gold mining area, Lavington has slowly changed to become a locality with many shops and parks. With a population of approx. 12,000 the medium house price in 2013 was $220,000.

Bus 906 and 907 services Lavington 5 and a half days a week.

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North Albury

Situated between Albury and Lavington is the residential suburb of North Albury. Five schools are located in North Albury and with a population of approx. 6000 the median house price in 2013 was $200,000.

Bus 906 and 907 services North Albury 5 and half days a week.

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South Albury

On the southern side of the old Hume Highway lies South Albury. A mixed use suburb comprising of residential, commercial and industrial with relatively easy access to the freeway, CBD and the pleasant Noreuil Park with Murray River foreshore. With a population of approx. 1100 and a 2013 median house price of $255,000, South Albury has unlimited potential.

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Splitters Creek

As its name suggests, Splitters Creek lies in the Splitters Creek valley in the hills of Nail Can Hill/Black Range on the Murray River floodplain. Splitters Creek is a rural area with increasing lifestyle properties being constructed only a short drive to Albury\’s CBD. 2013 median house price was $542,500.

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Springdale Heights

North of Lavington and approx. 9km north of the CBD, SH is a developing residential suburb with a growing population of approx. 1800. The 2013 median house price was $235,000.

Bus 906 services Springdale Heights 5 and a half days a week.

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Table Top

16km north of Albury via the Hume Hwy is the outer lifestyle area of Table Top. With spectacular mountain views and a large part of the area fronting Lake Hume consisting of small rural holdings, Table Top has become a retreat for lifestyle seekers moving out of Albury and its inner suburbs.

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Thurgoona

Thurgoona is a fast growing suburb of Albury located approx. 12km north east of the CBD. Thurgoona is home to Charles Sturt University which is adjacent to the recently built Thurgoona Plaza. Residential houses are scattered around the wide open spaces of Thurgoona\’s Country Club. With a population of approx. 6000 and a median house price of $313,750 Thurgoona is a suburb to keep an eye on.

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West Albury

3km west of the CBD, West Albury covers the slopes of Nail Can Hill and is mostly residential with 2 schools and the Albury Wodonga Private Hospital. With a population of approx. 4500 and a 2013 median house price of $265,500 West Albury has always been a strong investment option.

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Wodonga

Wodonga is a small city on the Victorian side of the Murray River adjacent to Albury on the NSW side.
Wodonga’s latest population calculation is approx. 35,000 and combined with Albury forms an urban area of approx. 80,000. An estimation for Wodonga’s growth is 39,000 at 2014 and 55,000 in 2031.
In 1973 Albury-Wodonga was selected as the primary focus of the Whitlam federal government’s scheme to redirect the uncontrolled growth of Australia’s large coastal cities (Sydney & Melbourne in particular) by encouraging decentralisation. It was projected then that Albury-Wodonga could reach 300,000 people.
Wodonga is well serviced by the Melb-Syd railway and the Hume Highway that bypasses the city to the west. The Albury airport is the major airport for the region with daily flights to Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and other regional towns.

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Yackandandah

A step back in time into the good old days is what hits you when you arrive in Yack – as the locals call it.
A former gold mining centre from the mid 1850’s, Yack is now a small tourist town with a growing lifestyle population of approx. 2000. The main street, High Street, is recorded on the Register of the National Estate and once you have been there I am sure you will agree. Well served by local community spirit and organisations Yack has and always will be an enviable place to live in and only 30km south from Albury-Wodonga.

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