CSU will be holding an information evening for parents of Year 12 students on Wednesday 21st March from 5.30-7.30pm at the Commercial Club

Information For Parents

Starting university is an exciting time for students and their families. It’s a time to be proud of everything your child has achieved so far, as you look forward to watching them stand on their own feet and become independent young adults.

We understand that navigating the higher education landscape can be like learning a whole other language. That’s where our Prospective Student Advisers can help you. They’re here for you – to simplify the application process so you can give your child the best support possible.

Parent Information Evenings

March parent events

Join us at our March parent information evenings to find out everything you need know about your child getting into uni, including:

  • how and what to research when it comes to choosing a uni
  • what to budget for and tips on saving for study
  • how you can help your son or daughter prepare for university.

Register and find out more

When: March – Friday 2, Saturday 3, Friday 9, Saturday 10 – All shows start at 7.00pm

Where: Albury Botanic Gardens

Price: $20 Adult, $15 Concession, $10 Children, $40 Family

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Medieval Verona will be brought to Albury Botanic Gardens when one of Shakespeare’s most popular plays, Romeo and Juliet, will be presented by The Other Theatre Company.

Two star-crossed lovers come together in spite of the constant opposition of their warring families. Street brawls, a masquerade, hope, and the best laid schemes of the well intentioned will lead to an inevitable and tragic conclusion.

Director Christine Duff says “This is one of Shakespeare’s first works, written when he was starting to make a name for himself as a play-write. It has always been one of his most popular plays, enjoying success from its very first staging in Shakespeare’s time. Technically it is one of his tragedies, but one with some lighter moments of comedy, at least in the beginning, and a fair amount of swashbuckling swordplay to keep the audience entertained. One of the strong dramatic themes includes the impetuousness of young love.”

Romeo and Juliet is The Other Theatre Company’s fifth adaptation of a Shakespeare classic.

BYO favourite picnic, picnic chair or rug, or enjoy the food and refreshment on offer in the Gardens. A BYO permit has been obtained for the responsible consumption of alcohol with your picnic meal.

5pm Thursday 14 December 2017

Join us at the QEII Twilight Market. Whether it’s to shop, catch-up with friends, relax on the lawn or listen to live music; it’s the place to enjoy a beautiful evening outdoors in Albury.

Attracting up to 100 stall holders, you can expect to pick-up produce and one-off pieces including arts and crafts. Buy something truly unique while supporting local traders and designers. A selection of street-foods for dinner and snacks are also on offer.

The little people are catered for at AlburyCity’s Creative Kids space where they can paint their own masterpiece to take home from 5.00pm to 8.00pm.

Markets are held on the second Thursday of every month during daylight savings (October to March) and operate from 5.00pm to 8.00pm.

Apply for a stall at the QEII Twilight Markets

If you’re a food producer or have innovative, well presented and unique high quality goods to sell, we want to here from you. For more information about who can apply, set-up times and fees, see Stall Holder Information.

What: By The Banks Music Festival
When: Midday – Midnight, Saturday December 9, 2017
Where: Willowbank, Albury
Who: All ages
12 hours / 14 artists / 2 stages / 1 DJ / 2 yoga sessions / 6 workshops / 4 food vendors / 5 market stalls / 1 coffee vendor
By The Banks 2017 will feature:
Yirrmal // Sal Kimber and the Rollin’ Wheel // The Northern Folk // Scott Cook (Canada) // James Kenyon // This Way North // Adam McGrath (N.Z.) // Rosie Burgess Trio // The Hounds Homebound // Catfish Voodoo // The Black Harrys // Benny Williams // Candice McLeod // Matt Ortiz

By The Banks is a not-for-personal-profit music festival set on the banks of the Murray River and featuring the incredible talent of local, interstate and international artists. A true collaboration of creativity and commerce in the Albury Wodonga region, By The Banks aims to showcase our creative industries while also supporting local businesses. Run by a team of passionate, music-loving locals, the festival embodies the groundswell of support for live music in the area.

This is your opportunity to gather and celebrate with friends, fellow music lovers and creative types in a spectacular riverside setting this summer. By The Banks music festival is proud to be an all-ages, all-access, cross-cultural event.

Christmas is coming!!

Do the children break up from school but you still have to work right through to Christmas? Or have you got Christmas shopping to do but don’t want the kiddies tagging along?

Flyaway Gymnastics is running some pre-Christmas holiday programs to keep the kiddies entertained throughout the day so that you can go to work knowing that they are safe, having fun and not glued to a screen! We’re also running ‘A kids night in’ to give yourself three hours of some kid-free shopping time. Or just sit back and enjoy some time to do whatever you’d like. Children aged 4 years plus will enjoy festive gymnastics fun, games and much more.

Sessions running from 11am to 3pm and 5-8pm, Monday 18th to Thursday 21st December.

Bookings are essential. Call Flyaway today on 60 411127 for more information and bookings.