The Murray River Red Gum Trail is a new project extending the Wagirra and Gateway Island trails to Lake Hume. It will form the upper section of Murray Regional Tourism’s Murray River Adventure Trail.
Utilising waterfront crown reserves to showcase the unique riverine landscape, the Murray River Red Gum Trail will be 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.
Parklands Albury Wodonga will partner with community, business and government to establish and manage this exciting new venture.
Murray River Red Gum Trail Interactive Map
Murray River Canoe Trail
The Murray River Regional Park is set to provide access to river goers all along the Murray River in the Albury Wodonga area. Below you will find the interactive map for the Murray River Canoe Trail, detailing routes, canoe ramp access points and route distances to better help you plan your trip.
Things to Do:
- Mountain Biking
- Citizen Science
- Short and Long Walks
- Dog walking on leash
- Hume Weir Boat ramp, Bonegilla
- Snowdons Road, Bonegilla
- Island Road, Waterworks
- Lincoln Causeway, Gateway Island village
- End of Harris Road, Gateway Island
- Wrights Road, Gateway Island
- End of Dick Street at Wodonga Creek, Wodonga
- Carrolls Road, West Wodonga
- Sheathers Road, West Wodonga
- Bidstrup Road, West Wodonga
- Art Installations