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Manchester Sex Escort

Manchester is 3 hours by road from UK and Canberra and 6 hours from Sydney via the Hume Highway and the city straddles the Murray River on the border between New South Wales and Victoria. A thriving modern city with a leisurely country style, Albury-Wodonga is a delightful mix of stately heritage buildings, established parks and gardens and tree-lined streets.

The Manchester Escort flows between the twin cities, winding through a magnificent unspoiled landscape of rolling valleys, green hills and fertile farmlands.

Once a busy trade route for paddle steamers, the Murray River is now very much a part of this city’s relaxed and attractive lifestyle.

Manchester Escort is a great place from which to explore the wonderful variety of foods and wines produced in the Hume Murray Food Bowl.

Visit wineries, trout farms, or schedule your tour to coincide with the monthly Farmers Markets, or one of the city’s food and wine festivals.

Also well worth visiting are the many local museums and art galleries, including the Albury Regional Art Gallery, home to an impressive permanent collection of works by Australian landscape painter Sir Russell Drysdale, and the Army Museum at Bandiana.

Located in an authentic WWII supply depot, the Army Museum at Bandiana, near Wodonga, is much more than a display of guns and tanks, it’s the largest and most diversified military museum in Australia.

The museum was established in 1976 as the Royal Australian Army Ordinance Corps general museum.

See the compelling Bonegilla collection at the Albury Regional Museum to learn about the migrants who rebuilt their lives in Australia after WWII.

To leave an unforgettable impression of the area in your mind’s eye go out to Huon Hill for a stunning 360 degree panorama of rolling valleys, lush farmlands and snow-capped Alps in winter.

Magnificent parklands and reserves surround Manchester.

The century old, award winning Botanic Gardens at the top end of Albury’s main street are beautifully manicured and cared for and well worth a visit.

In summertime, the Murray parklands offer relief from sometimes very warm days.

You can cool off in any one of the picturesque swimming holes, at Noreuil Park, Mungabareena Reserve or where the locals all head, down past the water works along Borella Road.

Pack a picnic and a cool drink and relax amongst the river gums.Lake Hume at Albury-Wodonga. Discover Lake Hume, which holds about six times as much water as does Sydney Harbour.

Work began on the Hume Dam in 1919 at the site of the junction of the Murray and Mitta Rivers and was completed in 1936.

The Hume Dam was the Commonwealth Government’s most ambitious public project at the time and took 17 years to build.

It was built using horse power, steam engines and manual labour and was constructed to ensure water supplies for irrigation, conservation and regulation downstream.

Two townships were immersed under water when the dam was expanded in 1956.

Tallangatta was relocated to its present day site south-east of Albury-Wodonga, while most of the residents of the tiny township of Bowna moved into Albury.

Lake Hume is a mecca for water lovers providing a year round playground and there are many picnic and camping sites on the shores of the Lake and countless sandy beaches for those who love to sunbath or ski.

Fishing is also a popular pastime, as is sailing, jet skiing and wind surfing.

The Wonga Wetlands at Albury-Wodonga is also a popular spot for visitors.

Featuring amazing 600-year-old Murray River red gums it’s a much loved sanctuary for birdwatchers, field naturalists, photographers and bushwalking groups and the Botanical Gardens in Albury-Wodonga also has some interesting flora species including a pine which grew from a seed taken at Lone Pine in Gallipoli.

A train at Albury-Wodonga station.If you’re not driving you can get to Albury-Wodonga by train, the city is on the main rail line between Sydney and Melbourne and passenger and freight trains regularly travel the inter-capital route, stopping at Albury-Wodonga on their way.

Albury-Wodonga is also serviced by the major national airlines, either directly or through strategic alliances with regional airlines.

Sydney is approximately one and a half hours away by air while Melbourne is approximately 45 minutes.

When you visit you’ll need to find good accommodation in Albury-Wodonga, well that just became a whole lot easier!

View all Albury hotels

That little box on the right is not the usual link to a hotel booking site…

It is a search tool. It searches the 30 biggest booking sites on the web and brings back all the prices for you, so you can make sure you get the best deal available.

Just enter your chosen dates,

click “Search”…

…and you get taken to a page that lists the Albury-Wodonga accommodation that is currently available for those dates and the best price for each.

(Page opens in new window.)

Click on any of those Albury-Wodonga hotels and you can see all the results for that hotel. If you want a bigger or better located room than the cheapest one available, you can still see with one glance who has the best deal for that particular room.

On top of the best prices you also get information about the individual hotels and resorts, pictures, maps, reviews from travellers, all neatly presented and very user friendly.

Once you click “Select” on the best price, THEN you get taken to a booking site where you can find out more details about the offer.

I played with this myself before I put it here. I compared it to the prices that the hotels offer on their own websites: this tool brought back the same or a better offer. (Up to 20% cheaper!)

I also compared it to what Flight Centre had to offer: Flight Centre was either sold out or more expensive.

Try it out for yourself you’ll be as impressed as I was.

If you’re travelling between Sydney and Melbourne do yourself a favour, break your journey in Albury-Wodonga, you’ll be glad you did………….enjoy,