Albury has more than 50 kilometres of interlinked on and off-road trails, offering walkers and cyclists of all ages, safe and enjoyable access to our natural environment and places of interest.
Most trails are flat, shared pathways that you can walk or cycle along with ease.
As you navigate the trail network, you’ll come across great spots to stop and rest, have a picnic or a coffee, or just enjoy the view. For families, ride the trails to Albury’s riverside parks, explore the adventure playgrounds or, if the weather’s warm, stop off at the Albury Swim Centre for a refreshing dip.
Regardless of your age or level of fitness, Albury’s trails are a must if you want to get out, get active and enjoy all that the city has to offer.
The Albury CBD Historic Building Walking Tour takes you back a hundred years or so into the region's social, political and economic past.Learn More
The 2.5 metre wide Albury–Thurgoona Trail runs from South Albury to Thurgoona.Learn More
The diverse collection of public artworks in Albury Wodonga creates a sense of place and contributes to arts growth in our region.Learn More
The Bungambrawatha Creek Trail runs north/south through the city, from Lavington to the Murray River.Learn More
Experience the Gardens and contribute to a program that helps scientists respond to climate change.Learn More
The East Albury Trail is a sealed pathway that connects the Albury–Thurgoona Trail to the beautiful Mungabareena Reserve.Learn More
Relive the past and learn about the Garden's rich history and significance.Learn More
Nail Can Hill is part of the regional crown reserve, to the west of the city, and is an area of extensive undulating bushland.Learn More
Enjoy a walk and learn more about the Australian rainforest trees and shrubsLearn More
The South Albury Trail links the Wagirra Trail with the Albury–Thurgoona Trail, allowing you to walk or cycle from the east to the west.Learn More
The Thurgoona Trail extends along Thurgoona Drive from the Albury–Thurgoona Trail up to Woolshed Creek. There are also intersecting off-road paths along Table Top Road that allow for exploration of the area.Learn More
The Wagirra Trail links Horseshoe Lagoon with the South Albury Trail at the Union Bridge. There are many places to stop and picnic or just enjoy the tranquillity of the Murray River.Learn More
The West Albury Trail weaves through a number of parks in West Albury and links with the Wagirra Trail.Learn More
A unique environmental experience exists downstream from Albury along the floodplain of the Murray River – the Wonga Wetlands.Learn More