Bursting with events, entertainment options and new places to eat and drink, Albury is a great place to visit in June.
One of the most poignant and important winter events in Albury is Winter Solstice.
An annual community event happening this year at QEII Square from 5pm on Thursday, June 21, Winter Solstice aims to raise awareness about the silent issue of suicide.
There will be plenty of hot food and drinks to keep people warm as they hear from guest speakers including Samuel Johnson from Love Your Sister, former footballer Ian Roberts, journalist Tim Elliot and MC David Astle.
There will also be musical entertainment from folk bandThe Northern Folk and piano group the Solstice Trio as well as a performance from James Fallon High School Wiradjuri Dance Troupe.
Dress warm and gather together at this free event to support people affected by suicide.
- For more information visit www.wintersolstice.org.au.
A new attraction in Albury is the city’s first brewery, Albury Brewhouse on Dean Street, which opened in March this year.
Visitors to the Brewhouse are spoiled for choice with a range of six craft beers brewed on site by head brewer Banjo Hillier, as well as other varieties on tap and in bottles.
The team at the Brewhouse can even help you pair your brew with items from the modern pub cuisine menu including share plates, mains and desserts.
Brewhouse is open seven days a week from 11am.
There’s also plenty of musicians and bands performing in Albury in June that will make for a great time out.
Guy Sebastian is coming to Albury on Friday, June 22, performing at the Albury Entertainment Centre, and the Whitlams are coming to the SS&A Club Albury on Saturday, June 23 as part of their 25th anniversary celebration tour.
Then there’s also An Afternoon at the Proms – A Musical Spectacular coming to the Albury Entertainment Centre on Sunday, June 24.
This show has been voted the Best Production Show in Australia and is a salute to the famous BBC Proms Concerts of London’s Royal Albert Hall featuring opera stars, prima ballerinas and international violinist Ian Cooper.