One of the most popular swimming spots in Albury, Waterworks Regional park is situated on the Victorian side of the Murray River. Waterworks Regional Park has a number of picnic tables with fantastic river side views, a small loop track around the reserve and several points of access to the river.
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- Link to google
Downloadable Track Map:
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Things to Do:
- Canoe access
- Bird watching
- Via Waterworks Road onto Island road across 1 lane bridge.
- Please give way to oncoming traffic.
- Four main access points to the Murray River
- Picnic Tables
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Wheelie good news for Waterworks
Nice work if you can get it!
New park furniture improves riverside parks
Waterway cleanups bag plenty
Paddlers clean up
Hume and Hovell Track Stories – RSL children
Waterworks Regional Park is a significant cultural heritage site as it has been identified as a potential point of crossing the Murray River for the Indigenous groups who used this region. This is due to how the river widens producing large sand banks which can be seen when the river level is low.
While there are plenty of eucalypts trees in Waterworks Regional Park, very few are large enough to support hollows. For this reason, in 2022 Parklands Albury Wodonga installed several nest boxes for the threatened Squirrel Glider. These boxes are checked twice throughout the year to monitor presence and number of Squirrel Gliders in the area.