Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledge the Duduroa-speaking people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands now known as Kiewa River Parklands.

The Lower Kiewa is an area of statewide significance due to it’s floristic diversity.  As an unmanaged river, Kiewa River Parklands provides a unique Australian experience of a naturally meandering river and is one of the top three rivers in Victoria for recreational fishing.


125 Hectares


A thriving ecosystem home to River Red Gums, numerous bird species, amphibians and many species of smaller riparian flora.


Meandering river with smaller tributaries breaking up otherwise flat floodplain river frontages.


Recreation and conservation