About Albury - Lily's Florist Albury

Albury is located on the Hume Highway, which was established in 1839. This town is around 554 km from Sydney and 260 km from Melbourne. This town belongs to the local government area of the City of Aulbury. The postcode of Albury is 2640. Albury belongs to the county of Goulburn. When it comes to climate, Albury has a temperate climate and it has all the four seasons. The summers can get hot and the winters are mild. There are number of suburbs within Albury city. The Central Business District is located in the central Albury.
This town has very good transportation options including bus services, railway services and flights. The airport in Albury is the Albury Airport is one of the busiest airports of New South Wales. The City of Albury operates the airport. The bus services are offered by private operators.
Albury is the administrative centre for the agricultural communities in the region. Albury also has number of manufacturing companies and number of top employers. There are number of tourist attractions in and around Albury, NSW. In terms of education, Albury offers very dependable options. There are number of private schools and public schools. One of the campuses of Charles Sturt University is located in this town.
The population of Albury NSW is 45,627. The average age of the residents in Albury is 37. There are 11,707 families in Albury, NSW and in every family, there are around 1.9 children. There are totally 20,732 private dwellings in Albury and in every family, there are around 2.3 people on an average. The average household income is $1000 and the average weekly rental paid in Albury, NSW is $195.
The male population in Albury is 48.2% and the female population is 51.8%. Children under 14 are around 19.3% of the overall population. Around 15.4% of the population in Albury is 65 years or more. Around 45.2% of the people are married in this town and around 35.3% of the people are never married.
In Albury, NSW around 30.3% of the population share Australian ancestries. People with English ancestries are around 29% in this town. There are other common ancestries in Albury, which include the Irish, Scottish and German. Around 84.5% of the population in Albury is born in Australia. Around 2.22% of the population is born in England. Other nationalities found in this town include Indians, Germans and the Filipinos.
The catholic population is high in Albury and they constitute around 28.3% of the overall population. The Anglican population is around  20.2%. Around 20% of the population in Albury, NSW claim no religious affiliation. Other languages spoken in Albury include Nepalese, Greek, Italian and German. A minor section of the people also speak Hindi. Around 90.1% of the homes in speak only English.
Around 58% of the population has full time jobs. Around 30% of the people in Albury have part time jobs. The rate of unemployment is around 6.9. Most of the people use cars to reach work. Only 0.8% of the population used public transportation to reach work.