Monument Hill is a photographer’s delight offering sweeping views over central Albury.
From the top of Monument Hill you can see directly down the main street of the city as well as take in the North Albury hillside.
The monument itself is the Albury War Memorial dedicated to the men and women who served our country in World War I (1914-18). The memorial was erected in 1924 at a cost of 3,000 pounds and designed by architect Louis Harrison in 1923.
Memorial Bowl is just a short distance down the hill, which serves as a World War II memorial (1939-45).
Monument Hill is a perfect location to stop and spend some time in reflection. You can also experience a number of walking tracks as well as take some time to simply appreciate the surrounding wildlife and native flora.
Monument Hill is accessible via Padman Drive, Albury and is less than five minutes by car from Albury’s CBD.