The border cities of Albury-Wodonga straddle the Murray
River, the border between New South Wales and Victoria,
Australia. Albury-Wodonga is one of the largest inland
population centres in Australia with over 90,000 people
living within the Albury-Wodonga statistical district.
Albury-Wodonga services outlying regions north past Holbrook,
east to Corryong, south to the Snowfields and west to
Yarrawonga with over 176,000 people living within a 100
Strategically located on the major inland Sydney to Melbourne
corridor - the Hume Highway - Albury-Wodonga
offers an ideal de-centralised location for businesses
unable to establish or expand within metropolitan areas.
With well developed road, rail and air transport infrastructure,
excellent communications facilities and plenty of land
still available for development Albury Wodonga offers
the benefits of city living in the heart of the country.
Road Albury-Wodonga is 3 hours from Melbourne and Canberra
and 6 hours from Sydney via the Hume Highway.
A well established dairy centre, 49km south-east of Melbourne,
Cranbourne has become increasingly urbanised as more and
more commuters move into the town which serves regional
dairy and quarrying industries.
location on the South Gippsland Highway
also places it at the crossroads to the resort towns and
fishing villages of both the Mornington Peninsula and
Westernport, which lie just to the south.
Koo-wee-rup is a small town 75 km south-east
of Melbourne via the South Gippsland Highway
and 45 metres above sea-level.
from marshlands at the head of Westernport Bay it is increasingly
a residential centre in a fertile district given over
to asparagus production, market gardens and dairying.
A well-known Potato Festival is held in March to celebrate
the long-standing association of the town and the vegetable.