Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledge the Duduroa-speaking people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which the Murray River Red Gum Trail is located.
Project 66 is an exciting new project in the Murray River Regional Park, extending the Wagirra and Gateway Island recreational trails all the way to Lake Hume.
Parklands Albury Wodonga in partnership with the community have embarked on an ambitious project to create a new trail to form the upper section of Murray Regional Tourism’s Murray River Adventure Trail. 66kms in length, the Murray River Red Gum Trail will utilise waterfront crown reserves to showcase the unique riverine landscape. The trail will undoubtedly become a major high quality asset supporting tourism in the Albury Wodonga area.
This community-managed nature trail will provide public access to the river for a range of day use recreational activities. The trail will complement current regional trails, providing a different setting and offering new experiences.
Want to get involved in Project 66? There are plenty of opportunities, from bridge building to riverbank revegetation, and we welcome your involvement.  Parklands Albury Wodonga will partner with community, business and government to establish and manage this exciting new venture.
Explore more about the project on these pages, and contact us to get involved.


885 Hectares

Vegetation Community

Riverine Grassy Woodlands and Floodplains


Murray River


Conservation and Recreation