Bandiana Army Museum will surprise you by the sheer size of the collection from WWI, WWII and present day.
National Heritage listed Bonegilla Migrant Experience is an intimate glimpse into the hopes and dreams of Australia's post-war migrants. A must-visit for anyone who wants to understand Australia today.
Admire the views with your choice of where to stop for lunch at either the Lake Vue Café or Watermark Restaurant.
Situated on the Murray River about 16km west of Albury on the New South Wales-Victorian border, construction of the Hume Dam started after World War I.
When completed in 1936, Hume Dam was the biggest dam in the southern hemisphere and amongst the largest in the world. A must see!
After lunch we can take a drive up to Kurrajong Gap Look Out via the Bethanga bridge, with spectacular vistas west to Lake Hume, Albury and beyond.
Return to Albury via Eastern Hill Rotary Lookout. The Lookout offers fantastic views of the Murray River Flood Plains and on a clear day viewers will be able to see the waters of the Lake Hume and the Hume Weir Spillway.
Please Note: Lunch and admissions are not included in the prices listed above.