Take a relaxing stroll through the beautiful Botanic Gardens or Wonga Wetlands, go on a bushwalk or a bike ride, enjoy a picnic and a swim on the banks of the Murray River at Noreuil Park or hire a canoe. Choices, choices, choices!
If it's water sports you love Lake Hume is just 10 minutes drive from the Albury CBD and with 7 times the capacity of Sydney Harbour you won’t want have to share your water playground with a cast of thousands – there’s room for everyone.
Albury offers locals and visitors a huge range of attractions with its unique blend of cosmopolitan shopping, lively entertainment and natural attractions.
Our events calendar is bursting with festivals, carnivals, exhibitions and special events to cater for all interests, all year round.
With Albury as your base, you're also within easy reach of the snowfields at Falls Creek, Mount Hotham and Mount Buffalo, with high country townships to explore along the way.
The wine regions of Rutherglen and Milawa are a short drive from Albury and you'll soon find yourself at a cellar door sipping award-winning whites, reds and internationally renowned Muscats and Tokays from famous names including Brown Brothers, All Saints Estate, Campbells and Morris.
The good wine goes hand in hand with gourmet food and the region is dotted with restaurants and cottage industries which produce specialty cheeses, mustards, honey, berries, fresh game and fish, nuts and preserves.
For more information on things to see and do in and around Albury go to www.visitalburywodonga.com.
Whether you find beauty in manicured gardens or prefer nature wild and untamed, Albury’s magnificent landscapes are soul enriching places to spend time.
Although the much-lauded Botanic Gardens are the jewel in the crown of Albury's parks and gardens, they're just one part of a much bigger story. Other popular riverside spots for bike riding, barbecuing and generally relaxing include Mungabareena Reserve, Noreuil Park and Hovell Tree Park.
Alternatively explore the tracks and trails of Monument Hill, Nail Can Hill and Wonga Wetlands, home to more than 150 bird species. In fact, AlburyCity cares for more than 460 hectares of parks and reserves.
Albury Botanic Gardens:
Established in 1877 and widely recognised as regional Australia's best.
Your guide to the services and facilities provided at public parks around Albury.
Oddies Creek Park Adventure Playspace:
Learn about the $500,000 children's adventure playspace to be built at Oddies Creek Park.
Three walking trails take you through the native habitat of more than 150 bird species.
For more places to explore in Albury visit www.visitalburywodonga.com or phone 1300 ALBURY.