Parklands Albury Wodonga is responsible for over 2,300 hectares of Crown land in the Wodonga local government area as the appointed Committee of Management, making our community based organisation significant neighbours to Wodonga Council.

Parklands-managed parks include McFarlanes Hill Regional Park, Baranduda Regional Park, Stringybark Reserve, Swainsona Conservation Reserve, Castle Creek Conservation Reserve, Waterworks Regional Park and the Murray and Kiewa river Regional Parks. Parklands staff and Board members liaise with Wodonga Councillors and Officers in the planning and implementation of park action plans, working towards a shared vision for the regional parklands network.

As neighbours, partners and also over the years as contractors, Parklands have collaborated with the City of Wodonga since the early days of the Albury Wodonga Development Corporation to restore and manage Council-owned environmental lands, which include Huon Hill, Federation Hill, Klings Hill, Mahers Hill, Flagstaff Hill and the Wodonga Retained Environmental Network.

An example of the way in which Parklands and  Wodonga Council have worked in partnership is the Bonegilla Migrant Experience. From 1999 to 2012, Parklands Albury Wodonga was the formally appointed land manager for the 10 hectare Bonegilla Migrant Experience Heritage Park.  With the support of numerous community partners including the Bonegilla Migrant Experience Steering Committee, Albury City Council and City of Wodonga, the site was made safe for public access, listed on the National Heritage Register and opened as an interpretation centre.

The City of Wodonga formally received the Committee of Management responsibility for this significant historic site in September 2012.