The Albury-Wodonga region is now home to more than 107,000 people.
Both cities, Albury and Wodonga, can easily be explored by foot allowing you to take time to appreciate the many historic buildings, some dating back to the 19th century, wide country streets and established gardens.
In addition to the many treasured cafes within the twin cities you can enjoy some amazing pubs, clubs and restaurants featuring fresh regional produce.There are several shopping precincts in both Albury and Wodonga guaranteed to please those seeking the ultimate country retail therapy experience.The sheer variety of the collection offers a wealth of information for anyone interested in researching the people, politics, architecture and landscape of Albury, with original documents dating back to the early eighteenth century.These include the account books and indentures of Olave Duncumb's charity, established in 1710 to provide apprenticeships for the poor children of Albury.Talking to new people is made effortless when you're in the comfort of your own home.
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Surrey History Centre holds a wonderfully diverse collection of records pertaining to the village of Albury, near Guildford (SHC ref 8261).
In January 2008 we received six crates of material, covering over nine hundred years' history, and the result of many years' diligent accumulation by members of Albury History Society.
Nineteenth century log books of the village schools and inventories of the old parish workhouse also form part of the Society's archive, along with a good series of church magazines from 1864 to 2005.
The collection includes a substantial amount of material relating to the Catholic Apostolic Church, a movement introduced to Albury in the 1830s by Henry Drummond, local patron and devotee of Scottish preacher Edward Irving.
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