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Stringybark Conservation Reserve

Stringybark Reserve is located in the rapidly growing township of Baranduda. Red Stringybark is what gave the reserve its name has been used by the Indigenous of Australia for its fibre. Stringy bark is fibrous and useful for making ropes, bindings and fishnets. Stringybark Reserve is home to a community Red Stringybark. The reserve is […]

Crossing Place Trail

The Crossing Place Trail is located near the original crossing places of the Murray River – at the junctions of the Murray River and Bungambrawatha Creek and the Murray River and Oddies Creek. These sites were traditional crossing places of the Murray River until the construction of a punt in 1848. The first bridge over […]

Wymah Ferry

While you are driving along the Murray River, why not try crossing at The Spirit of Wymah, a heritage-listed cable ferry built in 1946. The ferry crosses the river at Wymah in New South Wales and Granya in Victoria and is a fun alternative that enables you to experience the Murray River. The passenger-carrying ferry […]

Wonga Wetlands

A sanctuary for birdwatchers, field naturalists, photographers and bushwalking groups. Wandering through Wonga Wetlands is an idyllic way to wind down and enjoy nature. Wonga is also a remarkable educational experience for school and special interest groups. Located on the Murray River floodplain, Wonga Wetlands is being gently restored from grazing land using Albury City’s […]

Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

Hire a bike or lace up your walking shoes to explore the Murray River pathway, a 15 kilometre (return) trail that links the Wonga Wetlands with the South Albury Trail through blissful riverside parks among soaring red gums. There are plenty of places to stop for a picnic or enjoy the view. Above all, make […]

Swainsona Reserve

Swainsona Reserve is a very special and peaceful place, taking its name from the endangered Smooth Darling Pea, Swainsona galegifolia, which grows in the vicinity. It is one of the two remaining remnant populations of Smooth Darling Pea in North-East Victoria. The local parklands team continues to work in partnership with the Victorian Department of […]

Oddies Creek Adventure Playspace

Located among mature gum trees, the 2,000 square metre fully fenced Oddies Creek Adventure Playspace caters for children of all abilities. The main five-metre high main timber structure has wheelchair-accessible ramps with a wide range of activities that lead to a high point with views of the surrounding parkland. The 30 metre long flying fox […]

Nail Can Hill

Nail Can Hill offer a variety of trails suitable for bushwalking, running, and mountain biking. The hill is also known for hosting the Nail Can Hill Run, a popular 11.3-kilometre event that has been held annually since 1977. The hill’s many scenic viewpoints make it an ideal spot to experience rare flora and fauna, and […]

Mungabareena Reserve and Water Works

Mungabareena Reserve is an important cultural reserve that has significance to many Aboriginal people in this region. It’s where Aboriginal people met to trade before continuing towards Mount Bogong to hunt for Bogong moths. The area is a popular swimming and picnic area for locals and visitors. The Water Works area, further upstream from Mungabareena, […]

Monument Hill

The Monument Hill War Memorial sits atop of the hill at the western end of Albury’s main street providing stunning views of the city and surrounding region. Designed by architect Louis Harrison, the monument was unveiled on Anzac Day in 1925 in dedication of the men and women who served in World War l. A […]

McFarlanes Hill

McFarlanes Hill in West Wodonga is the perfect place to escape the mundane of everyday life. Walk along the tracks taking you over rolling hills and through bushland that whispers of a time gone by. Be sure to take a camera to snap the magnificent views of abundant wildlife, native flora, rocky outcrops, natural gullies […]

Lake Hume

Lake Hume is an impressive body of water held by an awe-inspiring dam wall and is an easy 15-minute drive from Albury Wodonga. There’s something for everybody at Lake Hume. For the adventurous, there is wakeboarding, water skiing, tube-riding, and stand-up paddleboarding. For those who like a gentler pace, the foreshore is the perfect place […]

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