The two metre wide shared pathway follows the Murray River, past Noreuil park, Oddies Creek Adventure park, Hovel Tree park, Albury Swim Centre and Padman Park continuing west of Kramer Street to Wonga Wetlands. The Wagirra Trail provides some incredible views of the Murray River and the surrounding bushland with plenty of points of interest. Take a look at the Grey Headed Flying Fox colony at the observation deck, or take the self-guided tour on the Yindyamarra Sculpture Trail.
Managed by: Albury City Council
Wagirra Trail Interactive Map
- Wagirra trail 8.5km
- Yindyamarra Sculpture trail 5km
- Link to Trail Notes
- Link to google
Downloadable Track Map:
Right Click and Select “Save As”
Things to Do:
- Short and Medium walks
- Canoe access
- Boat access
- Flying fox viewing platform
- Bird watching
- Car park at Kramer Street
- Car park at Horseshoe Lagoon off the Riverina Hwy.
- Picnic Tables
- Self Guided Yindyamarra sculpture walk
- Observation Deck for Grey Headed Flying Fox
For any background information that is important or may be interesting such as History, Indigenous stories and other background information it goes here
The Yindyamarra sculpture walk has artworks from all local indigenous artists with an interactive companion app that details the history, significance and story of each piece along the trail.