Wonga Wetlands, downstream from Albury along the floodplain of the Murray River, is one of the city's must-see destinations and a stunning example of environmental management by AlburyCity.
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.
Features and facilities
- 154 identified bird species
- a working Indigenous campsite ancient river red gums and an Indigenous scar tree
- diverse native flora and fauna
- an 1890s homestead, now the visitors centre
- the Aquatic Environment Education Centre
- three walking trails, all starting from outside the visitors centre
- six bird hides for watching wildlife in a natural setting
- picnic and barbecue facilities
- a map is available from the information booth near the car park for self-guided tours
Wonga Wetlands is a five minute drive from the centre of Albury along the Riverina Highway (Howlong/Corowa Road).
Read more about Wonga Wetlands
- restoring natural water flow
- Wiradjuri campsite
- Aquatic Environment Education Centre
- community use
- location details and map
Ph: 02 6043 5820
Email: Wonga Wetlands