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Albury Town Hall
Australia

Located in Wiradjuri Country and covering 332 square kilometres, the city is home to a bustling economy, world-class medical and health services, a vibrant cultural and artistic scene, sporting amenities to rival the capital cities, and seemingly endless choices for leisure and recreation.


Albury has a cosmopolitan feel that reflects a unique multicultural heritage. It's a place where the Indigenous and pioneering populations blend with post-WWII migrant communities - German, Dutch, Italian, Greek, Philippine and Polish - along with more recently arrived Vietnamese, Laotians, Albanians and Bosnians.

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Uploaded: 08/07/2009
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