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Albury Visitor Information Centre will be closed on Thursday 25 April for ANZAC Day.

Unforgettable free fun in Albury Wodonga

Looking for free things to do in Albury Wodonga? Our guide is packed with adventure for the budget-conscious explorer! Forget entry fees and ticket prices, a treasure trove of free experiences awaits. Unwind amidst breathtaking natural landscapes, ignite your curiosity with captivating cultural encounters, or lose yourself in the artistic tapestry of museums and galleries. 

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Explore a world of vibrant blooms and towering trees at Albury Botanic Gardens. Uncover the rich history of this treasured icon on a self-guided heritage or rainforest walk. Don’t miss the enchanting children’s gardens. Where a life-sized dinosaur, fairy temple, and troll cave await. Pack a picnic and enjoy a perfect day for the whole family!

A family picnic in the Albury Botanic Gardens.

Spark your imagination at Hyphen – Wodonga Library Gallery. This vibrant space isn’t just a library, it’s a playground for curious minds. Explore three art galleries with hands-on activities or get cosy with a book. Join in a range of free activities, programs, and author and artist talks held regularly throughout the month. 

A large spiraling staircase can be seen inside Hyphen-Wodonga Library Gallery.

Journey alongside the mighty Murray River on a trail of art, nature and history. Explore the 5km Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk, where fourteen Aboriginal artworks whisper stories of the land.

Continue your adventure on the Crossing Place Trail, a 5.1km loop that follows the path of traditional Indigenous crossings. Spot a scar tree, learn about the billabong’s significance, and keep your eyes peeled for playful platypuses and soaring eagles!

Three people stand close to the 'Guguburras' sculptural piece on the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk.

Unveil a hidden oasis at Wonga Wetlands. Explore a vibrant tapestry of ancient river red gums, lagoons, and billabongs, teeming with life. Grab the binoculars and spot over 150 species of birds, from graceful pelicans to blue-faced honeyeaters. Wonga Wetlands offers endless opportunities to connect with the Murray River floodplain, a constantly evolving ecosystem waiting to be discovered.

A large river red gum tree sits in a lagoon at wonga Wetlands

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The Might Murray River

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