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3 Best Hiking Trails in Albury, NSW

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Albury, NSW. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. Deadset the best!

WONGA WETLANDS

2377 Riverina Highway, Splitters Creek, Albury, NSW 2640 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
Wonga Wetlands is a famous nature preserve in Splitters Creek, New South Wales, Australia. The region is growing with hundreds of species of wildlife, supporting over 350 varieties of birds and many types of mammals, reptiles, and fish. Wonga Wetlands is available to visit all year round and matches the natural wetting and draining cycle of a floodplain, so your experience will continue to change. Its vision and plan for the future of Wonga Wetlands, a living example of conservation and variation in their city. It has 3 different length nature trails on well-maintained paths. Wonga Wetlands is a great place for a walk, wildlife viewing, portrait photography and relaxing.

SPECIALTY:
Children’s Playground, Jogging Paths and Tracks, Walking Track, Biking Trails, Community Programs, Swimming Spot, Cycling Trail, Wetlands & Outdoor Activities

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YINDYAMARRA SCULPTURE WALK

Kremur Street, West Albury, Albury, NSW 2640 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk features a peaceful river walk with beautiful sculptures. You can enjoy a free walk along the rivers of the Murray River or an enjoyable sprint. The Murray River 15 kilometre (return) path connects Wonga Wetlands to South Albury Trail. The two-meter prolonged walking and biking trail meanders through the river parks of Albury with plenty of places to stop for a picnic or admire the panoramic views. The Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk starts at the Kremur Street Boat Ramp. The trail follows the river for 5kms between the boat ramp and extends along Waterview Road from Wonga for 1.5km. There are many ways to enjoy the trail. On walking, visitors can see a lake full of birds, including several pelicans.

SPECIALTY:
Cycling Pathway, Artists, Wetlands, Sculptures, Bike Ride, Picnic Area, Outdoor Activities, Bird Habitats, Events & Scenic Walking Areas

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NAIL CAN HILL RESERVE

Nail Can Hill, Albury, NSW 2640 DIRECTIONS

Since 1977

Here’s The Deal:
Nail Can Hill Reserve is a group dedicated to preservation. It provides many beautiful views and is a sanctuary for some of the rare flora and fauna in the region. A famous event of 11.3 kilometres, held every year in May. The area has a network of trails to go bushwalking and hiking and are perfectly set for mountain biking. Nail Can Hill is a portion of the regional crown reserve to the west of the city and is an area of natural and extensive moving bushland. It has many panoramic views and is a haven for some of the region's rare flora and fauna. The central car park is located on Range Road.

SPECIALTY:
Trails, Hill Reserve, Park, Hiking Trails, Walking Tracks, Bushwalking, Running, Mountain Bike Riding, Nature & Parks

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