After a $10.5-million makeover, Albury's fabulous art gallery reopened in mid-2015 as arguably the finest NSW gallery outside Sydney. Highlights include the Indigenous and contemporary galleries.
You can smell the tandoor oven the second you walk into this spotless, friendly, family-run restaurant, bursting with the aromas and flavours of fine Indian cuisine.
Well-regarded Mr Benedict combines the best coffee in town, a concise but well-chosen beer and wine list, and interesting breakfast and lunch blackboard specials.
Drive (or get the shuttle bus) to this country pub in an 1890s woolshed. Country music kicks off on Saturday night after budget-friendly $2 bacon-and-egg rolls.
Albury's classiest bar has nightly drink specials, killer cocktails, great tunes and bar food, bringing a taste of the big smoke to the country.
This funky newcomer on the Albury dining scene has a great vibe and tasty Tex-Mex treats, burgers and sweet, sweet desserts.
This classy bar and restaurant delivers innovative food often subtly influenced by Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine.
Homemade pasta, salads and other organic dishes are all winners at this excellent main-street cafe.
An excellent, state-of-the-art museum with displays on local history, including Indigenous culture and 20th-century migration into the area.
Drive up the hill to Albury's war memorial for great views across town.