Located 20km east of Albury's CBD, Lake Hume is one of Australia's most important water storage facilities.
A large, relatively natural parkland on the foreshore of Lake Hume. Bowna Waters Reserve has many recreational facilities for users.
Located on the Lake Hume foreshore, this is a great swim area with accessible public facilities.
Water sports are a proud Australian tradition. Bring the stand up paddleboard, canoe, kayak, boat, fishing gear and anything else you can think of to this haven for water sports.Learn more about boat ramps
A triumph of engineering when it was built in the years after World War 1, Hume Dam caught the public imagination in the same way the Snowy Mountains Scheme did after World War II. When finished in 1936, Hume Dam was the biggest in the southern hemisphere and one of the largest in the world.