ALBURY

Albury's strong population growth, vibrant culture and strategic location are just some of the reasons why living and investing in this active city is a fantastic choice.

Realise the advantages that Albury offers to families with the ability to look beyond the metro city limits.

ALBURY

Albury's strong population growth, vibrant culture and strategic location are just some of the reasons why living and investing in this active city is a fantastic choice.

Realise the advantages that Albury offers to families with the ability to look beyond the metro city limits.

WE NOW HAVE MORE TIME TOGETHER

Mathew and Vanessa moved to Albury from Geelong.

We get to do a lot more things outside. The kids get to go swimming. In the Autumn they get to bury themselves in the leaves down the park....

WELCOME TO BEAUTIFUL, VIBRANT ALBURY.

Albury is an active city at the central point on the highway between Melbourne and Sydney. The population is 50,243 which serves as the base for a larger regional population of 170,000.

Albury is well-serviced with an abundance of high quality educational institutions, medical and health facilities, retail outlets and service providers. The City is able to support an active cultural and artistic scene, as well as a wide array of recreational activities and venues. These include the Botanic Gardens, riverside parks and pathways, Lake Hume for a range of water sports, regional wineries and the Victorian snowfields, which are only an hour away.

Key industry sectors include manufacturing, property, business services, retail, health, construction and education. The city offers a business environment that is consistently buoyant, providing excellent job stability and security.

 

A simply vibrant, shining and bustling location, Albury offers everything a major city centre has and more. Perfectly located between Melbourne and Sydney, residents enjoy a lifestyle that combines space and relaxation with all the benefits of city living.

Come and immerse yourself !

Albury has a remarkable 4,500 operating businesses with another 3,000 in neighbouring Wodonga so there is no shortage of employment or career opportunities. From manufacturing and construction to retail, health and education – whatever you desire, Albury can meet your needs!

Despite city property price doom and gloom, the great Australian dream is alive and well in Albury! Beautiful homes can still be found in this thriving regional city for a little as $250,000. From heritage homes on tree-lined streets to modern CBD apartments, you’ll pay less for your mortgage than rent in a capital city!

QUICK FACTS

Housing Prices

Median price $312,330

Key Employment Prospects

4500 businesses in Albury and a further 3000 businesses in neighbouring Wodonga

Key Business Opportunities

Doctors and medical specialists, manufacturing, commercial and industrial development, retailing, logistics and transport.

Schools

17 primary schools (10 public and 7 private).
7 secondary schools (3 public and 4 private)

Tertiary Education

Charles Sturt University, TAFE NSW Riverina Institute, TAFE National Environment Centre and Community Education Centre for adult learning.
LaTrobe University (Albury-Wodonga Campus) and Wodonga TAFE are located in the adjoining city of Wodonga.

Health

There are two major hospitals – one public and one private, accredited day surgeries and regional Australia’s first specialist oncology treatment facility.

Climate

Albury has the same number of sunny days as the Gold Coast, but without the humidity. Warm, dry summers, mild autumns and springs, and cool winters. Temperature range is 15° to 34°C in summer and 3.5° to 14°C in winter. The average annual rainfall is 585mm.

Population

51,722 in Albury and a broader population of about 170,000