Albury CBD Historic Building Walking Tour
The tour, which is available from a free mobile app or printed brochure, showcases 21 sites spread over 13 locations along Smollett and Dean Streets. The tour is the ideal way to experience Albury’s beautiful CBD in the context of our rich, pioneering history. Included on the tour are stops at the Albury Railway Station, Botanic Gardens, Beehive Buildings and the former Waterstreet’s Hotel. Silver bollards mark the stopping points along the tour, and a brief description of each individual landmark is provided. When you approach each site, you will be prompted to listen to audio and scroll through a selection of historic photographs.
The printed brochure (including a CBD map and landmark descriptions) is available from the Albury Visitor Information Centre. Alternatively you can download the mobile app from:

Address from Mayor Cleaver Bunton to Albury, Surrey, England, 1947
Mayor Cleaver Bunton recorded a message from the people of Albury, Australia to the people of Albury, Surrey, England on the occasion of Albury, Australia being declared a city in 1947. You can click on the play icon to listen to the Mp3 file (a bit less than 8 minutes):


Teachers guide to Block 19 at Bonegilla
Reading Block 19 Bonegilla – A guide for teachers who are planning and conducting secondary school visits to the Bonegilla Migrant Experience Heritage Park (by Bruce Pennay).
Reading Block 19, Bonegilla

Recommended reading/Book List
There are many good publications related to Albury and District history and these are available at AlburyCity LibraryMuseum in Kiewa Street Albury.
Click here to download the Book List & Society Papers

Albury & District Timeline
To download, click here: Albury Timeline.  For a more comprehensive timeline, click on Comprehensive Albury Timeline