Travelling from Sydney Train: 7 hrs 30 mins Driving (inc. tolls): 554km & 5hrs 35 mins Driving (exc. tolls): 545km & 5hrs 55 mins Flying: 1 hr 15 mins (travel time)
Travelling from Melbourne Train: 3 hrs 15 mins Driving (inc. tolls): 315km & 3hrs 15 mins Driving (exc. tolls): 322km & 3hrs 25 mins Flying: 1 hr (travel time)
Travelling from Canberra Train: 10 hrs 50 mins Driving: 349km & 3hrs 35 mins Flying: Flights with stop overs available
Getting to Albury Wodonga
There are a number of options for travelling to Albury Wodonga, allowing you to choose your own path to this wonderful location on the Murray River.
Should you choose to travel by air, Qantas, Virgin Australia and Regional Express all provide services to Albury Airport. Once you’ve landed, Albury city centre is only ten minutes from you, while Wodonga city centre is just 15 minutes. Both of these hubs are easily accessible by local public transport.
If you prefer to glide on the country rails, you can pick up the train to Albury along the major railway link between Sydney’s Central Station and Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station.
Of course, you may wish to drive, take your time and soak in the sights along the way.
Once you arrive in Albury Wodonga, you will find Albury city centre and Wodonga city centre just over ten minutes apart. Visitors to the area should definitely allow time to visit both sides of the river, as each part has its own unique historic, cultural and entertainment offerings.
Tours Buses, Taxis and Hire Cars
All the major car hire brands are represented here - including some locally owned and run companies. If you would rather not drive, or would like to take advantage of local knowledge, there are a number of local taxi and shuttle buses and tour buses available to suit visitors - providing access to the local attractions.
A fantastic way to absorb the local countryside and see various attractions is to get around by bicycle. There are many trails within Albury Wodonga comprising of 80km of shared cycle tracks - while further afield riders can explore the major Rail Trails.
The Rail Trails will submerge you in the local history, heritage and culture of the culture Albury Wodonga. Cyclists could also visit one of the more popular rides through the ancient red gum forests and wetlands along the Murray River at Belvoir Park.
Lastly, there are extensive bus services provided throughout Albury Wodonga, letting you to relax on the way to your destination.