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Splitters Creek is a suburb of the city of Albury, New South Wales, located west of the Albury Central Business District.
As its name suggests, Splitters Creek lies in the Splitters Creek valley in the hills of Nail Can Hill/Black Range on the Murray River floodplain. It is bordered by West Albury, Glenroy and Hamilton Valley to the east, the Greater Hume Shire (including Jindera and Bungowannah) to the north and west, and Victoria to the south.
Splitters Creek is a rural area, with most of the population centred on Splitters Creek and Bretton Roads, as well as along the Riverina Highway. Much of the area is uninhabited bushland. Features of the area include the Wonga Wetlands, Aquatic Environment and Education Centre and the Wiradjuri Cultural Centre. There is a Community Centre complex on the Altmeier-Ortlipp Reserve which is also the location of the Splitters Creek Rural Fire Brigade, part on the NSW Rural Fire Service.
The Splitters Creek valley is classed as a very high fire risk by the NSW Rural Fire Service(one of two in NSW) due to the topography and the access with only 1 road in and out.