Located less than a kilometre from the Albury CBD off Wodonga Place, Noreuil Park Foreshore is the most popular riverside park in Albury. With mature shade trees, picnic tables and large expanses of grass, there is plenty of space to sit, relax and watch the river water pass by. There is also a fenced children's playground, nearby cafe, barbecue's and ample parking spaces.
Monument Hill, at the western end of Dean Street, is one Albury’s most-visited destinations. The World War One memorial sits atop of the hill which provides stunning views of the region.
Murray Art Museum Albury (abbreviated MAMA) is a contemporary art museum located in Albury, Australia. Formerly known as the Albury Regional Art Gallery it was renamed as part of a $10.5 million refurbishment which included renovations to the former gallery building, the neighbouring burrows house and the extensions linking and extending both buildings into QEII Square.
The Albury Botanic Gardens are a botanical garden located in the city of Albury, New South Wales, Australia. The garden was established in 1877 and forms an example of the mainstream ideas about gardening in the 19th and 20th centuries.