Getting Around on Foot or by Bike

The public transport and bicycle path network make it easy to get around Albury Wodonga for those who prefer not to drive.
 
The public transport and bicycle path network make it easy to get around Albury Wodonga for those who prefer not to drive. Cycle your way into the Albury CBD for some retail therapy.
 
The Wagirra Trail alongside the Murray River is definitely worth experiencing as are the other numerous interlinked on and off-road trails.
 
Contact staff at the Albury or Wodonga Visitor Information Centres for a hard copy of the Albury and Wodonga Trail Guides, bike-hire and insider knowledge on the best paths to explore first. The Albury Visitor Information Centre is conveniently situated just a short stroll/ride from Albury's CBD. Wodonga's Visitor Information Centre is located in the Wodonga CBD with daily bike hire available. 
 
 

Download Albury Wodonga's pathways, tracks and trails guides

Explore Albury's Tracks and Trails

 

 

Albury Tracks and Trails

More than 50 kms of interlinked on and off-road trails offer walkers and cyclists of all ages safe and enjoyable access to Albury’s natural environment and places of interest:
 

Download Albury's Tracks and Trails Guide

 

Explore Wodonga's Pathways

 

 

Wodonga Pathways

Whether taking a leisurely stroll, going for a jog or getting on your bike, Wodonga’s pathways offer something for everyone:
 

Download Wodonga's Pathway Guide

 

Explore the High Country Rail Trail

 

 

High Country Rail Trail

Cross the sparkling lake over the bright red 600 metre Sandy Creek Bridge to visit the new and old town sites. Pack your panniers with regional produce for a lakeside picnic at Ebden, Ludlow’s or Huon Reserve, or take a refreshing dip while you simply soak up the sweet serenity:
 

Download the High Country Rail Trail Guide