Albury's parks, gardens and public open spaces offer a wonderful range of opportunities to make the most of your leisure time.
Albury Botanic Gardens is a great place to relax, enjoy a picnic, go for a casual stroll or sit and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you.
Located, downstream from Albury along the floodplain of the Murray River, Wonga Wetlands is one of the city's must-see destinations.
Located 20km east of Albury's CBD, Lake Hume is one of Australia's most important water storage facilities.
We have more than 80 playgrounds, providing a diverse range of play experiences for children of all ages.
We care for more than 460 hectares of parks and reserves, popular for walking, bike riding, barbecues, picnics and swimming.
Every dog needs the freedom to exercise and socialise. That’s why we provide five designated areas where your dog can run and play safely.
Over the last 20 years there has been a significant growth in the interest and
participation of action sports such as skateboarding and BMX.
The Community Wood Fired Ovens are currently closed for redevelopment until October 2020. You can find what is included in the redevelopment by visiting our major projects page.
We are currently developing Community Gardens Guidelines and will not be progressing any new requests at this time. We are happy to take your details and when the guidelines have been adopted we will contact you