Wonga Wetlands

Wonga Wetlands, downstream from Albury along the floodplain of the Murray River, is one of the city's must-see destinations. 

An ecosystem of 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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  • Wonga Aquatic Education Centre

    Aquatic Environment Education Centre

    A living laboratory, centre tells the story of AlburyCity's ecologically sustainable solution to wastewater management.

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  • Wonga Wetlands

    Features and Facilities

    Wonga Wetlands offers visitors an engaging experience with excellent facilities including an education centre, a visitors centre plus picnic and barbecue facilities.

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  • Wonga Wetlands Entry

    Location and Contact

    Wonga Wetlands is a five-minute drive from the Albury CBD along the Riverina Highway (the road to Howlong and Corowa).

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  • Pelicans at Wonga Wetlands

    Restoring Natural Water Flow

    Wonga Wetlands is an ecologically sustainable solution for wastewater management and re-use.

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  • Wonga Visitor Responsibilities

    Visitor Responsibilities

    To keep the wetlands wildlife safe and un-harassed, we ask visitors to stay on the marked trails and follow the guidelines signposted.

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  • Wiradjuri Campsite

    Wiradjuri Campsite

    The Wiradjuri Cultural and Education Centre is an Indigenous campsite established by the local Wiradjuri people that helps visitors to better understand Wiradjuri history and culture.

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  • Wonga Visitor Centre

    Wonga Wetlands History

    Wonga is the Wiradjuri word for black cormorant - still one of the most abundant bird species in this area.

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  • Frog at Wonga Wetlands

    Wonga Wildlife

    Wonga Wetlands is a wildlife sanctuary, especially for birds with more than 154 species identified.

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