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Parklands Albury Wodonga provides an opportunity for everyone to access and experience the extraordinary range of natural and developed recreational open-space in and around Albury Wodonga.

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August Newsletter - The Understorey »
Check out the August newsletter and find out the latest news about things happening at Parklands Albury Wodonga and across our regional parklands.

Green Army - Marching into the Albury-Wodonga region soon »
The Green Army is a hands-on, practical, grassroots environmental action program that supports local environment and heritage conservation projects across Australia.  The program provides opportunities for young Australians aged 17-24 to gain training

Some better news for our regional parklands »
Parklands get a leg-up from Medibank for Wodonga fitness trails Parklands Albury-Wodonga has recently been awarded a grant from Medibank Private's Community Fund to help improve the health and fitness of people in Albury-Wodonga. The latest Medibank

Rangers concerned with irresponsible 'vigilante' behaviour »
Reports have emerged this week of several instances where wire has been found, strung up between trees at head height across walking and mountain bike trails at Baranduda Parklands. Parklands Albury-Wodonga, who is responsible for managing the reserve

Huon Hill Trail Run - 2014 »
The annual Huon Hill Trail Run was held last week. Previously run cooperatively by Parklands Albury Wodonga and the Army as part of the AWMA Trail Running Series, this year the coordination of the 2014 event was taken over by Brendan Murray, who stepped in after the Army elected not to be involved this year.

Jarvis Creek Jaunt – A ride that shouldn’t be mist »
The annual ‘Jarvis Creek Jaunt’ mountain bike ride took place on Sunday June 22nd. The ride is a fundraising and profile raising event that is run by the Tallangatta Rail Trail Advisory Group. There were 30 riders who took up the challenge to do the 49km ride through Jarvis Creek Regional Park, as well as 12 people (8 riders and 4 walkers) who chose to do the shorter 18km option. Cars began rolling in through the mist at the starting area at Tallangatta at around 8:30am. Although some riders are put off by the misty conditions that we often experience in June, there is something pleasant about those types of mornings, especially when there is warm tea and coffee on offer and plenty of social banter going on between the friendly and welcoming event organisers and event participants...