Parklands Albury Wodonga acknowledge the Wiradjuri people and the Duduroa–speaking people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work.

Albury Wodonga is fortunate to have a network of magnificent bush parks linking our hills and waterways – a legacy of the vision of the Albury Wodonga Development Corporation, which ensured the protection of these important biodiversity reserves.

The various bush parks are managed either by local government (Albury or Wodonga Councils), or, in Victoria, by the Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (DEECA), through Parklands Albury Wodonga as the appointed Committee of Management.

Some of Your Local Parks:

Baranduda Regional Park

Castle Creek Conservation Reserve

Gateway Island Parklands

High Country Rail Trail

Huon Hill Regional Park

Kiewa River Regional Park

McFarlanes Hill Regional Park

Murray River Red Gum Trail

Swainsona Conservation Reserve

Stringybark Conservation Reserve

Waterworks Regional Park

Other Parks