Riverside Parks

Albury's Riverside Parks are located at the southern gateway to Albury along Wodonga Place. 

Positioned only a short walk from the Albury CBD, the open space areas comprise several hectares of well maintained parkland that provide a number of recreation and leisure opportunities for residents and visitors.

The long-term strategic plan for this area and other areas along the Murray River and Lake Hume are outlined in the Murray River Experience Master Plan. AlburyCity has already invested $5M in the precinct on improving facilities and access to the river.

  • Foreshore Bikes

    Noreuil Park Foreshore

    Noreuil Park Foreshore is Albury's most popular riverside Park. Sit under the shade of the large trees, swim in the river or grab a coffee while the children play on the playground.

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    Oddies Creek Park

    Oddies Creek Park is the first large open space area as you cross the Murray River from Victoria. Come and visit the Adventure Play Space by turning off Wodonga Place into Ebden Street and cross the small bridge to the carpark

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  • River Deck Cafe at Dusk

    River Deck Cafe

    Located in picturesque Noreuil Park, the River Deck is a great place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or a cup of coffee with friends.

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  • runners and a cyclist on the wagirra trail

    Wagirra Trail

    The Wagirra Trail is a two-metre wide shared pathway that follows the Murray River from South Albury to Wonga Wetlands.

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  • A pizza about to go into a wood fired oven

    Wood Fired Oven

    Discover the joys of slow food, baking your own bread from start to finish and meeting new people at Albury's Community Wood Fired Ovens.

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  • Historical image of the ex-servicemen at Noreuil Park

    History of Noreuil Park

    The answer lies with the 'Albury Battery' (13th Battery – 5th Field Artillery Brigade), which helped capture the French village of Noreuil in April 1917.

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  • Park

    Hovell Tree Park

    Located on the corner of Hume Street and Wodonga Place, Hovell Tree Park is named in honour of the famous explorers Hume and Hovell.  The historic Hovell Tree, where William Hume carved his name and date in the tree when he visited in 1824, still stands today.

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  • Aerial view of ramp site

    New kayak launch ramp

    A new kayak ramp at West Albury will provide paddlers with safe and easy access to the Murray River.

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