Parks, Playgrounds and Reserves

AlburyCity cares for more than 460 hectares of parks and reserves. 

Our riverside parks are extremely popular for walking, bike riding, barbecues, picnics, swimming and general relaxing.

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    Playgrounds

    There are more than 80 playgrounds located throughout Albury providing a diverse range of play experiences for children of all ages.

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    Albury Botanic Gardens

    Albury Botanic Gardens main page with Children's Garden, Friends of the Albury Botanic Gardens, weddings in the gardens and what to do in the gardens

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    Skate Parks in Albury

    AlburyCity has built three skate parks across the city for the enjoyment of young skateboard enthusiasts.

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    Community Gardens

    Community gardens provide a space for like-minded individuals to collectively maintain an attractive green space in the City while providing an opportunity to grow and harvest fresh produce.

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    Mungabareena Reserve

    Mungabareena Reserve is another popular swimming and picnic area, off Mungabareena Road. This reserve has significant natural and cultural heritage value.

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    Dog friendly parks

    Every dog needs the freedom to exercise and socialise with others. That’s why we provide five designated off-leash areas where your dog can run and play safely without endangering or annoying other people.

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    Temporary Vehicle Access to Parks, Reserves or Bushland

    The 'Temporary Access Application' ensures that AlburyCity can manage parks, reserves and bushland areas for the whole community.

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    Riverside Parks

    Riverside Parks are close to the CBD

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    Wonga Wetlands

    An ecosystem of man-made lagoons and billabongs covering around 80 hectares, Wonga Wetlands is a haven for wildlife and a mecca for birdwatchers, photographers, bushwalkers and families.

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    Lake Hume

    Lake Hume is a popular tourist destination with things to see and do all year round. Here you'll find information on parks, facilities and boat ramps.

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