North Albury, New South Wales
Albury, New South Wales
Bunton Park, the home of North Albury Football Club
|Population||5,976 (2011 census)|
|• Density||1,013/km2 (2,623/sq mi)|
|Area||5.9 km2 (2.3 sq mi)|
|LGA(s)||City of Albury|
North Albury lies on the mostly flat area adjacent to Nail Can Hill, on the Murray River floodplain, and is bordered by Glenroy to the west, Lavington to the north, Thurgoona to the east, and Central Albury to the south. North Albury is a mostly residential area. Features of the area include Albury Racecourse, Albury Showground, Pioneer Cemetery, Frederick Park and 5 schools. North albury also has its own local football club located in the middle of North Albury, they are the North Albury Football Club.
North Albury is bound to the north by Union Street, to the east by Dallinger Road and Fallon Street, to the south by the Bungambrawatha Creek and Ryan Road and to the west by Burrows Road. North Albury is mostly residential. Most of the area is flat, except for a few hills that are a part of Nail can in the west. It contains schools including the Scots School Albury and Albury North Public School.
At the 2011 Census, the population of North Albury was 5,976. The most common religion was Catholic, followed by Anglican, and the weekly median household income was $802, below the Australian average of $1234. The median age was 37.
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