You'll be spoiled for choice, shopping in Albury Wodonga.
Both Albury and Wodonga have many large department stores to cater to their growing population. Whether you prefer a large shopping complex with many of the popular chain stores, or the more unique boutique stores, tucked away in a quieter location, you'll definitely fine somewhere to enjoy a browse. Pop into one of the many cafes and coffee shops for a recharge when you need one.
Albury's shopping precinct focuses around Dean Street, which runs east to west from Albury Railway Station towards Albury Monument. Young Street (Hume Highway), David Street, Olive Street and Keiwa Street are all a mecca for shops, cafes and restaurants.
Wodonga's main shopping strips are located along High Street and Elgin Blvd which feature shopping plaza's as well as small specialty stores. West Wodonga and White Box Rise also feature shopping complexes.
In Albury Wodonga and the surrounding area, you'll also find trash and treasure markets, artisan markets and fresh produce markets on, on some weekends.
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