There are many things one looks for in finding the perfect town or city to raise a family or start a life. In the process of finding a house, we tend to ask about business establishments, schools, parks, outdoor recreations, and a lot of things to people who live there, and to real estate agents. Albury City makes is easier. They have some websites dedicated to Albury living, and it gives a wonderful peek at the serene lifestyle of their residents, and the kind of life that awaits the prospective mover.
With an urban population of 53,507, Albury is Riverina’s second major city and the second largest in New South Wales. Thus, it is no surprise that Albury is well-developed and progressive. Roads, railways, and airports facilitate transportation, and various buildings and factories attest to its industrial power. Amid the hustle and bustle, you can witness the local government’s endeavours to preserve its natural splendour.
The following are some of Albury’s notable buildings and establishments:
1. Albury Railway Station and Albury Airport. The Albury airport is located about four kilometres east of Albury CBD and has commercial aircrafts flying regularly to Melbourne and Sydney. Albury’s railways connect the city with other regions of New South Wales, as well as with Canberra, Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. Country Link provides trains and couches designed for comfortable long-distance travels.
2.Charles Sturt University. A public university established in 1989, the school offers courses in pharmacy, visual and performing arts, dentistry, and nursing, among others.
3. Libraries. The Library Museum at Kiewa and Swift Streets in Albury, Lavington Library, and Wodonga Library are open to the public for free. Here you can browse or borrow books, use the Internet, or simply enjoy educational exhibitions held regularly.
4. Albury Art Gallery. The Albury Art Gallery in Dean Street is home to a collection of more than 2000 works of art, including paintings of Australian artist Sir Russell Drysdale. The Albury Art Gallery regularly hosts free programs involving school children, in addition to exhibits and artist or curator talks.
5. Albury Entertainment Centre. The twin buildings located in Swift Street Albury is set near the Art Gallery and Library Museum. The establishment hosts a bariety of performing arts and entertainment shows, and can be rented for business functions such as conferences and seminars.
6. Wiradjuri Campsite. Located in the Wonga Wetlands, the Wiradjuri Cultural and Education Centre is a cultural site built by the native Wiradjuri. Its aim is to allow visitors to explore the Wiradjuri history and culture, and to better understand and appreciate their customs and traditions.
7. Community Wood Fired Oven. You might want to know about the Community Wood Fired Oven from your real estate agent. Albury has a unique bonding site located in Hovell Tree Park. A playground and an undercover area provide a great weekend of socialization for both kids and adults alike. Every second Sunday the Oven is fired for public use, with an Oven Coordinator ready to guide eager cooks.