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Council Meeting

A Council Meeting will be held on Monday, 12 April at 6.00pm in the Council Chambers, 553 Kiewa Street, Albury. Due to Government recommendations for public gatherings as a result of COVID-19, up to 10 members of the public may be permitted in the Council Chamber.

If you would like to attend the meeting in the Chamber, please email with your request by 12.00pm on 12 April 2021. A member of the Executive Support Team will confirm by 2.00pm on 12 April 2021 whether your request can be accommodated. We also welcome you to access the meeting online via livestream

Public Forum

Our Code of Meeting Practice provides for Public Forums to be held prior to Ordinary and Extraordinary Council Meetings. This forum provides members of the public with the opportunity to address Council members on items of business to be considered at the meeting. Further information is available on our website.

Easter and ANZAC Day Opening Hours

Service or facility Good Friday
Friday 2 April
Easter Saturday
Saturday 3 April
Easter Sunday
Sunday 4 April
Easter Monday
Monday 5 April
Anzac Day
Sunday 25 April
AlburyCity Customer Service CLOSED
Albury LibraryMuseum CLOSED 10:00 am to 4:00 pm CLOSED 10:00 am to 2:00 pm CLOSED
Albury and Lavington Swim Centres CLOSED 10:00 am to 6:00 pm 10:00 am to 6:00 pm 10:00 am to 6:00 pm CLOSED
Glenecho and Mirambeena Community Centres CLOSED OPEN OPEN CLOSED CLOSED
Lauren Jackson Sports Centre CLOSED
Lavington Library CLOSED
Murray Art Museum Albury CLOSED 10:00 am to 4:00 pm 10:00 am to 4:00 pm 10:00 am to 4:00 pm 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Retro Lane Café CLOSED

2021 Anzac Day Commemorations

There are restrictions and changes to this year's Dawn Service, Dean Street March and 10am Service.  
All ANZAC Day commemorations are hosted by the City of Albury RSL Sub-Branch with all event enquiries to or call 02 6021 1341.

Community information

Dawn Service

Due to COVID restrictions, capacity limits are in place for Albury’s Monument Hill Dawn Service.

All participants attending the service at Monument Hill will be required to QR register and observe COVID safe rules of the day.

The RSL encourages the community to pay their respects from home, to head outside and ‘Light up the Dawn’ with your own mini service conducted from your driveway, front gate or veranda. 2AY will broadcast the Dawn Service from 5.30am.

Dawn Service Buses

Shuttle bus service will not be available this year.

Dean Street March

The RSL advises that the march will be for veterans and serving ADF members only, with no student or club participation this year, to adhere to the NSW Public Health Order.

The Anzac Day march commences at Macauley Street at 9am, proceeding down Dean Street and finishing in Elizabeth Street.

The community are welcome to watch the march but are encouraged to be COVID safe by QR registering, wearing a mask where appropriate, and maintaining a social distance of 1.5 meters.

10am Service

Due to COVID restrictions, capacity limits are in place for Albury’s 10am Monument Hill Dawn Service.

All participants attending the service will be required to QR register and observe COVID safe rules of the day.

Changed traffic conditions

Dean Street will be closed to all traffic from Young Street to Creek Street for the duration of the march.

For traffic information please call Veronica, 0437 114 152.

Traffic movement and parking on Monument Hill will be restricted for Anzac Day commemorations on Sunday 25 April, including the Dawn Service and the 10am ceremony.

For traffic information please call Justin, 0438 223 624

For all event information or enquiry, please contact Albury RSL on 02 6021 1341 or visit

Expression of Interest

Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee Independent Member

We are seeking to appoint an independent external member to its Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee for a term of three years, commencing 1 July 2021.

The Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee plays a key role in our governance framework by assisting us to deliver on our objectives through bringing a holistic, systematic and disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of processes regarding risk, control and governance.

Specifically, the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee provides independent assistance and assurance to us by monitoring, reviewing and providing strategic advice on our governance processes, risk management and control frameworks, internal and external audits, organisational performance and external accountability obligations.

Meetings are held on a quarterly basis, with additional meetings scheduled as required.

Individuals interested in this opportunity should have demonstrated capacity and experience in either/both of the following specific areas:

  • Financial management, accounting or auditing
  • Performance improvement and/or best practice frameworks and systems – skills and experience in legal, governance, risk management, and business management skills, are desirable.

In addition, the following capabilities are considered critical for all ARIC members:

  • Integrity
  • Collaboration
  • Effective communication
  • Independence and objectivity
  • Analytical and strategic approach.

The Independent member annual fee is $5,018.64.

For more information:

If you wish to discuss any aspect of the role or our recruitment process, please contact Cate Stevens, Service Leader People and Culture, on 02 6023 8118 or email

Applications close: Thursday 15 April 2021.

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