Hiking and Walking

Whatever your speed, there are paths and trails for walking, hiking and riding all around Albury Wodonga.
Easy grade walking tracks weave between the two cities either side of the river. Cycle or walk at a leisurely pace through Albury’s Wagirra Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk or Wodonga’s picturesque Gateway Island Belvoir Park Track.
Active cyclists can hit more than 90kms of beautiful trails in the region. The bike and walking trails offer adrenalin-charged action and quiet afternoon activity or hilltop climbs with spectacular rest stops. Nail Can Hill is the place to head for unspoiled bush, spring wildflowers and great vistas, and where you’ll find the most avid mountain bikers and trail runners. You can also take the path up Monument Hill for the highest view in town and the surrounding hills.
An easy drive from the centre of Wodonga, McFarlanes Hill is also an excellent place to take a stroll among rolling hillsides and remnant bushland. The view of Wodonga from the ridge is well worth the 4km walk along the Ridge Walking Track. For something more active, there are over 20km of mountain bike tracks to explore. You can also go exploring online at Parklands Albury WodongaParks Victoria or NSW National Parks before you go bush and get up close to nature. 
For nature lovers, just west of Albury are the magnificently restored Wonga Wetlands with more than 150 identified species of birds. South of Wodonga, the action continues for anglers, birdwatchers and those looking for a quiet spot away from the crowds. Have a splash or cast a line in the Kiewa River, which meanders north from the Victorian snowfields before joining the Murray downstream of Lake Hume.
If you are interested in a longer track, consider the epic Hume and Hovell Track that stretches 426km from Yass to Albury. If you don't have time to take on the track in its entirety, the trail around Albury is worth conquering. 
If you didn’t happen to bring your bike, don’t worry. Check out our list of bike hire operators in Albury and Wodonga. 



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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.
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.




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.



Explore Albury Wodonga's tracks and trails

  • 1.49km Albury

    Flowing between the twin cities of Albury Wodonga is the...

  • 2.2km Albury

    Eastern Hill Rotary lookout is situated off East Street, with...

  • 1.5km Albury

    Excellent views of Albury-Wodonga can be seen from the hill...

  • 2.79km Albury

    Jump on the Wagirra Trail and enjoy a leisurely walk or...

  • 5.76km Albury

    A sanctuary for birdwatchers, field naturalists,...

  • 14752.83km Glenroy

    Nail Can Hill is part of the regional crown reserve to the...

  • 7.93km Killara

    The Lower Kiewa has been identified as a region of statewide...