Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledge the Duduroa–speaking people who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land where the High Country Rail Trail is located. Parklands Albury Wodonga pays respect to the Elders, past, present and emerging of the Duduroa–speaking Nation.

“Bhudjeri” is a Duduroa word that means to “welcome”.

Meander for 30km along the foreshore of Lake Hume on the spectacular 112km High Country Rail Trail. A separate equestrian trail between Sandy Creek and Old Tallangatta means that horses rarely cross the cycling / walking trail. No two days, nor two seasons, are the same. The diverse birdlife of the Kiewa River woodlands contrasts with crystal clear reflections from Lake Hume. With regular parking and rest areas along the trail, you can explore sections at your leisure or cycle / horse ride from one end to the other, with a warm bed, cold beer and choice of eateries available. Learn about the significant heritage of this area at the Army Museum, Bonegilla Migrant Experience and the Lake Hume Village.

Explore the 14 historic timber trestle bridges between Granya Road at Bullioh (east of Tallangatta) and the Needles in the Upper Murray (west of Corryong) by following wayfinding signs for these short walks. We recommend a car shuttle to Shelley Station (the highest in Australia) before the 40km descent downhill to Tallangatta.


75 Km of Rail Trail


Views of Lake Hume, Shelly Plantations and High country


Floodplains, Open Grassy Woodlands, foreshore of Lake Hume, State Forest, Pine Plantations and some of the best grazing country in Australia.


Recreation and Conservation