Visitor Information Centre services are located at Albury LibraryMuseum, corner Kiewa and Swift Streets.

Explore nature in Albury Wodonga

Discover every kind of nature at our doorstep. Whether you’re looking to explore and push your limits or tap into well-being and rejuvenation, you’ll find it on our stretch of the Murray River and Lake Hume, through our hill vistas and trails, and walking and relaxing in our many parks and gardens. We have fresh air to breathe, adventure on tap, and beauty to behold for every outdoorsy soul.

From the hills around Albury Wodonga, you’ll take in sweeping views, experience native wildlife in their habitat. There are hundreds of birds to be spotted from riverbank to the eucalypt canopy above.

A view from Huon Hill to Lake Hume and the surrounding mountains.

Take in the view of surrounding snowfields, rivers and Lake Hume from atop Huon Hill, you may even spot resident kangaroos bounding around, or relaxing in the sun. If you’re lucky, at the peaceful Swainsona Reserve you could even glimpse a shy Swamp Wallaby.

McFarlane’s Hill is home to a hiking trail and challenging Mountain Bike track on the outskirts of Wodonga. After your climb, you’ll be granted expansive views of Wodonga and beyond to the western plains.

Just a five-minute drive from Albury’s main street, you’ll discover the wonderful Wonga Wetlands. Seasoned bird watchers and everyday nature lovers will enjoy a peaceful escape in the bird hides and walking trails of Wonga Wetlands. This spectacular floodplain environment is home to 176 identified species of birds, how many will you spot?

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