If stunning riverside reserves and hilltop parklands weren’t enough, the Albury Botanic Gardens will satisfy your thirst for natural beauty. Located on Wodonga Place right by the CBD, The Albury Botanic Gardens is a single acre of established collections, planted in the traditional gardenesque style. The heritage of the gardens dates back to when Mayor Alderman William Jones opened them with the planting of an English Elm Tree in 1877; now an iconic towering symbol of Albury’s rich history.
The Botanic Gardens are accessible to all with well-maintained pathways and amenities. There’s plenty to do for everyone. Take the heritage or rainforest walks, enjoy a picnic on the rose lawn, dance under the rotunda, and stroll through the avenue of Elms. There’s something for every traveller in every season.
The littlest of visitors will fall in love with the life-size dinosaur statues for climbing and riding. They stand front and centre at the entrance to the children’s garden. In addition to our dino friends, there’s the fairy temple, troll cave and living cubbies all for the kids’ enjoyment.
Stop in at our crown jewel on your next visit to Albury Wodonga, and revitalise your connection with nature.