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 […]
The sealed Bungambrawatha Creek Trail runs north south through the city of Albury. The trail winds through Heathwood Park, Fredericks Park Playground and Skate Bowl, leading you past the beautiful Albury Botanic Gardens and Albury Swim Centre before joining the Wagirra Trail that hugs the banks of the Murray River. The Trail is relatively flat […]
The Wagirra Trail is a two metre wide sealed and flat pathway meandering through the Murray riverside parklands of Albury. There are plenty of places to stop for a picnic or simply enjoy the views and tranquillity of the Murray River. Kids will love a stop at the Oddies Creek Playspace or Albury Swim Centre […]
Sumsion Gardens in Wodonga is an excellent pram walk and an easy walk for all age groups. Park in Sumsion Gardens two carparks and head toward the lake, walk around this beautiful lake complete with rose remembrance garden, black swans & other birds. Sumsion Gardens feature a dog park on far side of lake. 1.2 […]
Swan Hill River Walk is best accessed for families with prams at Riverside Park where you will find facilities including toilets, BBQ and playgrounds. Walk along the Murray River and Marraboor River (Little Murray) through picturesque parks, under a canopy of Red Gums in either direction and return the same way. Points of interest include; […]
Victoria Park Lake in Shepparton is the perfect place for the whole family to refresh from a long drive. A lovely walking trail, perfect for prams, circuits the lake and a large all abilities adventure playground will be sure to burn off some energy.
Chinamans Island in Yarrawonga offers a wide, well maintained track through revegetated parkland is perfect for a family walk with a pram. Interpretive signs will help you identify local plants and wildlife. The track follows the waters edge of Lake Mulwala where there is an abundance of bird life.