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We have more than 80 playgrounds, providing a diverse range of play experiences for children of all ages.
Large riverside park with a playground, barbecue, public toilets and open grassed area.
Located in North Albury, this small park has play equipment, skate/scooter elements, basketball area and kick around area with rugby goals.
Located in the Eastern View Estate in East Albury, Roy Benyon Reserve offers a range of activities for the family to enjoy.
Sarvaas Park is a local open space, offering a range of activities. The park has a large sporting field with rugby goals as well as a small playground.
Small park with swing and slide alongside a large sporting field, public toilets and tennis courts.
Located in West Albury, this residential park has a range of play equipment to keep the kids busy.
A large open play space with play equipment, mature trees, sheltered seating and a kick-around area.
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.
Located in a residential area, this park is a large open space with small playground.
Billson Park is located opposite the Albury Skate Park. The park has a playground, BBQ and picnic table.
Located in a large open space, this park has a playground with swings, slide and climbing equipment.
A local park with a small set of play equipment with BBQ facilities and shelter.
Located in a residential area in Glenroy, this park has a playground, barbecue and seating.
Located in East Albury, this local park has a playground, seating, basketball and tennis facilities.
Located in Lavington, this is an open space with playground, spinning swing set and seating.
Located in Central Albury, this park has as small playground, seating and kick around area.
One of two fenced, off-leash dog parks in Albury. This park has dog agility equipment, drinking stations and waste stations.
A small set of play equipment and kick around area, with pathway linking to Noorla Place, seating and shade trees.
A large, relatively natural parkland on the foreshore of Lake Hume. Bowna Waters Reserve has many recreational facilities for users.
Connecting Kennedia and Hickory Street, this open space has a small playground and seating.
Thurgoona playground encompassed by Crackenback Street, Hotham Circuit and Bogong Street.
This District Playspace is located off Wagga Road, Lavington. There are many exciting things for the whole family to enjoy, including play equipment, fitness stations and a barbecue.
A large open space located in East Albury. The park has play equipment, public toilets and sporting field.
Located at the end of Tumgarra Place in Lavington, this park has a small playground and seating.
Located next to Westside Community Centre, this reserve has small set of play equipment, mature shade trees encompassed in pathways connecting Cyprus Place and Jacaranda Street.
A small local park set in a residential area. The park has shade trees, play equipment, seating and a community garden.
Small local park set in a residential area. The park has mature trees with play equipment and seating.
Located in South Albury on Hovell Street, this park has a soccer field with goals and playground.
Albury's first Adventure Play Space, Fredericks Park is a great place for family gatherings.
A small local play space in East Albury with shaded play equipment, skate scooter elements and kick around area.
Adjacent to Browns Lagoon in South Albury, this is a small local family friendly park.
Located in a residential area, this park has a large fenced, grassed area with play equipment and seating.
Located in Central Albury on the corner of Creek and Stanley Street. The Bungambrawartha Trail runs through the park.
Located within the Black Range Complex in Lavington, Black Range Park features a small playground, sports ground and BMX and Mountain Bike track.
A local park with a small set of play equipment and landscaping encouraging interactive play.
Albury's premier children's playground, attracting more than 100,000 visitors a year.