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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Read the latest update regarding our response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.

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Local wildlife

The region is alive with hundreds of species of wildlife, supporting over 350 varieties of birds, as well as many species of mammals, reptiles and fish.

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Visit

Wonga Wetlands is available to visit all year round and matches the natural wetting and drying cycle of a floodplain so your experience will continue to change.

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History

Wonga Wetlands has a vast history, from the original inhabitants the Wiradjuri, Wavereoo and Dhudhuroa people to the early European settlers.

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Future Planning

Our vision and plan for the future of Wonga Wetlands, a living example of conservation and innovation in our city.

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Aquatic Environment Education Centre

Find out more about our sustainable solution to wastewater management and other hands-on environmental education programs and research opportunities.

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Volunteer at Wonga Wetlands

Learn more about the Wonga Wetlands and assist in the delivery of environmental education programs by sharing this knowledge with others.

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Make the most of it!

Now you know more about Wonga, grab your hat and sunscreen - or raincoat and umbrella, and explore. Enjoy this glorious part of Albury that is looking good and doing good!

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Birdwatching at Wonga Wetlands

The constant wetting and drying cycle of the wetlands keeps bird numbers and diversity higher than a natural system, which creates a more intense opportunity for bird watching. With over 154 identified bird species Wonga Wetlands is a birdwatchers paradise

Wonga Wetlands
Wonga Wetlands

Located, downstream from Albury along the floodplain of the Murray River, Wonga Wetlands is one of the city's must-see destinations.

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