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Parks and reserves

We care for more than 480 hectares of parks and reserves, popular for walking, bike riding, barbecues, picnics and swimming.

Table Top Reserve

Located in Table Top, this reserve has Lake Hume water frontage.

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Lara Lakes Parkland

Large parkland with small playground and large lake bordering on nearby properties.

Avis Park

A small local park set in a residential area.

Endeavour Park

Located in North Albury, this small park has play equipment, skate/scooter elements, basketball area and kick around area with rugby goals.

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Kremur Street Boat Ramp Parkland

Riverside parkland with boat ramp and starting point for the Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

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Thurgoona Oval

Sporting ground in Thurgoona. Facilities include AFL oval, cricket pitch, netball courts and a small play space.

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Roy Benyon Reserve

Located in the Eastern View Estate in East Albury, Roy Benyon Reserve offers a range of activities for the family to enjoy.

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Brooklyn Fields Community Park

Located in the Estate off Table Top Road, Brooklyn Fields Community Park has a range of activities for thr family.

Gertrude Colquhuon Park

Located in Central Albury on the corner of Creek and Stanley Street. The Bungambrawartha Trail runs through the park.

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Albury Skate Park

The Albury Skate Park is located next to the JC King Park netball courts on David Street.

Doulton Drive Park

A large open play space with play equipment, mature trees, sheltered seating and a kick-around area.

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Apex Park (The Pines)

Known as The Pines, Apex Park is a popular parkland located on Lake Hume.

Noreuil Park Foreshore

Noreuil Park is a hub of activity, particularly in the warmer months. You'll find places for swimming, playing, running, relaxing and catching up with friends.

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Day Street Park

Located near Padman Park, this open play space features a small playground and picnic tables shaded by large trees.

Bowna Waters Reserve

A large, relatively natural parkland on the foreshore of Lake Hume. Bowna Waters Reserve has many recreational facilities for users.

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Monument Hill

Located at the western end of Dean Street, Monument Hill is one of Albury's most visited destinations with view the City and the surrounding region.

Heathwood Park

Large open space with a dog-friendly off-leash area.

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Billson Park Sportsground

Billson Park is located opposite the Albury Skate Park. The park has a playground, BBQ and picnic table.

Hovell Tree Park

Large riverside park with a playground, barbecue, public toilets and open grassed area.

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Gordon Street Reserve

Gordon Street Reserve is one of five designated off leash areas for your dog to exercise and socialise with other animals. .

Hume Gardens Park

Located in a residential area in Glenroy, this park has a playground, barbecue and seating.

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Red Gum Park

Located in East Albury, this local park has a playground, seating, basketball and tennis facilities.

Morningside Park

Located in Central Albury, this park has as small playground, seating and kick around area.

June Court Playground

Located in a residential area, this is an open play space with a playground.

Fredericks Park

Albury's first Adventure Play Space, Fredericks Park is a great place for family gatherings.

Billson Park

Billson Park is located opposite the Albury Skate Park. The park has a playground, BBQ and picnic table.

Nasho Gardens
Nasho Gardens

Located at the Eastern end of Dean Street at the base of the Harold Mair Bridge, Nasho Gardens is dedicated to the National Servicemen of Australia.

Oddies Creek Park

Albury's premier children's playground, attracting more than 100,000 visitors a year.

Mungabareena Reserve

Mungabareena Reserve is another popular swimming and picnic area, off Mungabareena Road. This reserve has significant natural and cultural heritage value.

Patricia Gould Reserve

Located in West Albury, this is a large sub-regional level play space.

Temporary vehicle access to our parks and reserves

Our parks, reserves and bushland play a significant role in the well-being of our community. They provide recreation opportunities, biodiversity benefits and create a sense of identity and place.

Residents living in properties adjoining public parks, reserves and bushland areas have made use of that land to access the rear of their properties with vehicles. While the majority of residents have done so with minimal impact, there has been an increasing number of cases where vehicle access through public land has caused damage.

To ensure this does not happen we require you to complete a 'temporary access application form' if you need to drive vehicles through public land.