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    Investment push to grow border economy
    Monday 3 September 2018

    Growth in the Albury Wodonga economy and support for existing businesses will be just two of the benefits expected from the newly-launched Invest Albury Wodonga campaign.

    “We know we operate as one economy and we want to capitalise on the benefits presented by working together,” said Albury Mayor, Cr Kevin Mack.

    “Each city has its own specialisations and advantages that will appeal to different investors.”

    AlburyCity and Wodonga Council look forward to consulting with businesses over the coming months to determine how Invest Albury Wodonga can support local development and drive growth across the border.

    If you are interested in growing your business, contact a member of the Economic Development team at AlburyCity on 02 6023 8214, City of Wodonga on 02 6022 9300 or visit investAlburyWodonga.com.au

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    Aligned Leisure awarded pool management
    Tuesday 24 April 2018

    AlburyCity and Wodonga Councils have passed motions to appoint Aligned Leisure to manage the two cities’ aquatics facilities for the next five years.

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    Gateway Island Masterplan
    Gateway Island master plan review kicks off
    Monday 12 February 2018

    City of Wodonga council wants to hear from the community on their vision for, or a connection to, Gateway Island?

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    Tales of two cities
    Tuesday 19 December 2017

    AlburyCity and Wodonga Council hope to collaborate on more than 20 projects between now and 30 June 2019.

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    Historic Agreement
    Monday 9 October 2017

    The Mayors of AlburyCity and the City of Wodonga today signed an historic agreement, pledging to work more closely together to plan, grow and develop the region.

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We are really excited to publish our new Community Strategic Plan. It defines our Two Cities One Community mission and the long-term goals for our Partnership.

Have a say

The Two Cities One Community initiative has identified a number of projects on which our Councils can collaborate.

Do you have any suggestions for how we can work closer together? Maybe some ideas for joint projects?

We want to hear your views and ideas for greater cooperation and collaboration.

We will listen to your suggestions and consider each Council's budget and resource capacity when updating the Action Plan.


The Two Cities One Community Action Plan 2017-2021 has been adopted. This Action Plan details our shared long-term goals.