Wonga Wetlands is a ecosystem of lagoons and billabongs with a meandering gravel walking track (circuit)

NSW – Albury – Wonga Wetlands

Location: Wonga Wetlands, 237 Riverina Highway, Albury, New South Wales
Grade: Medium,
Time: 1hr
Distance: 2.5km
Facilities: Toilets, Disabled access, BBQ, Information centre, Picnic table

On the outskirts of Albury on the banks of the Murray River, Wonga Wetlands are home to an abundance of native flora and fauna, a Wiradjuri campsite, an indigenous scar tree and ancient river red gums.

The wetlands consist of seven lagoons with a 2.5km walking circuit meandering throughout and linking a number of bird hides.
Children will love hiding in the bird hides, discovering the Wiradjuri campsite and spotting tadpoles. The lagoons offer a range of areas perfect for a picnic.

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