Albury Wodonga Regional Deal SurveyTuesday 6 October 2020
The Albury Wodonga Regional Deal is currently under development and we are seeking to consult widely with Indigenous Australians in the region.
The Regional Deal is an opportunity to ensure that Albury Wodonga prospers over the next decade by supporting population growth and economic development while also ensuring it remains a nationally-significant, liveable and prosperous region.
Border councils adopt important strategiesTuesday 6 October 2020
Important steps have been taken towards securing Albury Wodonga’s technological and environmental future, with the councils of both cities formally adopting two very different but equally important strategies under the Two Cities One Community banner.
Councils welcome border breakthroughTuesday 25 August 2020
AlburyCity and Wodonga Council have welcomed the NSW Government’s announcement that the border entry zone will be widened to fifty kilometres from next week.
Exciting Regional Deal for Albury-WodongaFriday 10 July 2020
The partnership between Albury and Wodonga councils is set to reach new heights, following the signing of a Statement of Intent to create Australia’s first-ever cross-border Regional Deal.
Cities launch new arts and cultural festivalThursday 27 June 2019
AlburyCity and Wodonga Council will host a new four-day arts and cultural festival that will span both cities in March next year.
Councils welcome Regional DealWednesday 20 March 2019
Albury and Wodonga Councils have welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement that the region will benefit from a Regional Deal aimed at growing the local economy, creating jobs and reducing economic barriers between the states.
Investment push to grow border economyMonday 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.
Aligned Leisure awarded pool managementTuesday 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.
Gateway Island master plan review kicks offMonday 12 February 2018
City of Wodonga council wants to hear from the community on their vision for, or a connection to, Gateway Island?