Photograph 8275598
Albury NSW, is just north of the Victorian Border on the River Murray. The city is the centre of an agricultural and dairying district. Albury was established near the spot where the great Australian explorers Hume and Hovell discovered the Murray. It is a favourite overnight stopping place for travellers between Melbourne 191 miles and Sydney 399 miles. It is also a centre for many tourists who make it a stepping off point for tours of the Hume Reservoir, on of the largest in Australia, and the Murray valley. A recorder class at the North Albury Primary School; a number of the children in the picture are migrants.

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RecordSearch reference: 
A12111, 1/1967/10/8
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