Become lost in the natural beauty of one of Albury's most treasured icons. Explore the garden's established trees, meandering pathways and colourful garden beds.
When the Mayor of Albury, Alderman William Jones, opened the City’s Botanic Gardens with the planting of an English Elm tree in 1877, he created an icon which has stood the test of time. For over 130 years.
The Gardens have over 1,000 species, representing some 450 genera and 95 plant families. In particular, the rainforest collection is extensive for a garden in such a southerly latitude.
Would you like a guided tour of the gardens or perhaps you'd like to participate in an education program?
Discovering the facilities and highlights of the Albury Botanic Gardens is easy with our downloadable map.
The plan was developed in close consultation with the community to understand what they love about the garden, areas for improvement and how the gardens can be developed into the future.
Explore our magnificent living collection, from the 45 metre tall Queensland Kauri to the spectacular Autumn colour of the Gingko, the collection of rainforest trees or the imaginative and interactive Children's Garden.Explore the gardens