Albury is one of the most vibrant regional cities in NSW. Located at the centre of the Sydney-Melbourne-Adelaide triangle, Albury is the major retail, commerical, administrative and cultural centre for the greater Albury Wodonga region, home to more than 170,000 residents.
The Albury economy is diverse and resilient. As at December 2013, the city's Gross Regional Product (GRP) was valued at $2.806 billion and Output (Gross Revenue) was $5.817 billion.
Our major industrial sectors are the manufacturing, construction, real estate and healthcare sectors. Around 8,000 local businesses of all sizes contribute to Albury/Wodonga’s combined Gross Regional Product of approximately $5 billion.
The population of Albury is 50,243 and a further 37,345 people live in neighbouring Wodonga. The combined population is expected to top 123,298 by 2031.
Development in Albury has seen healthy investment levels over the past few years, with new development exceeding $134 million per annum.
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Albury is the major retail, commerical, administrative and cultural centre for the greater Albury Wodonga region, home to over 170,000 residents.
Albury sits centrally in the Sydney–Melbourne–Adelaide triangle, home to 75% of Australia’population. .
Albury's industrial areas are located in close proximity to both the Hume Freeway and freeway interchanges to the north and south of the city.
Take a quick drive around Albury and its obvious that the city's commercial sector is on the move.
The digital world is transforming the way our economies operate.
You’d have to search hard to find a city that can match Albury’s blend of urban buzz, natural beauty and outdoor lifestyle.
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