Parklands Albury Wodonga is excited to announce the completion of another Interactive Map!
Did you know that there have been over 18,000 visits to the www.parklands-alburywodonga.org.au interactive maps in the past year? It is because of this strong community demand for these interactive maps that our team has been working behind the scenes to create and ground truth more of these maps.
Nail Can Hill is one of Albury Wodonga’s most treasured outdoor spaces for both people and nature. It is one of the highest conservation value hills in Albury Wodonga.
The Nail Can Hill interactive map is intended to be a guide for walkers, hikers, mountain bike riders and other nature enthusiasts to help them navigate the large sprawling nature conservation park that is Nail Can Hill. This map seeks to clarify what is public and private land, highlighting current trails on public land only, and identifying points of interest in the hope of inspiring people to explore this bushland safely.
Thanks you to our partners
Special thanks to the Albury Wodonga Orienteering Club and the Albury Wodonga Mountain Bike Club for their work over the decades in piecing together this interactive map. Thank you to Albury City Council for their on-going management and maintenance of Nail Can Hill.
Parklands is pleased to support the volunteer Friends of Nail Can Hill who have taken a tenure-blind approach as the eyes and ears of Nail Can Hill. Join their events and working bees .
Want to share your favourite routes, loops or walks so others get to explore more of Nail Can Hill? Check out the Walking Maps Initiative. And help promote interesting and unique routes and loops that others might find interesting!
The maps and the data utilised by them are intended to be free and open for anyone to use download and modify under a Creative Commons Licence 4.0