Albury-Wodonga hospitality businesses report downturn in trade but still optimistic in face of Omicron

Sophie Boyd
Jodie  Bruton
By Sophie Boyd, and Jodie Bruton
Updated January 23 2022 - 1:36am, first published January 22 2022 - 1:14am
PIVOT: The Goods Shed bar manager Emma Harrison said while bookings and walk ins are down slightly, Albury-Wodonga appears to have avoided the worst of the 'shadow lockdown'. Picture: MARK JESSER

Border hospitality venues have experienced a downturn in trade, but the sector believes Albury-Wodonga has avoided the 'shadow lockdown' occurring in Melbourne and Sydney as cases rise and people stay out of public in a self-impose lockdown.

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Sophie Boyd

Digital journalists with The Border Mail.

Jodie  Bruton

Jodie Bruton

Journalist

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