THREE BEST RATED ALBURY HIKING TRAILS

Best Hiking Trail in Albury, NSW

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Albury. How do we actually find the most highly rated hiking trail? Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reputation, history, complaints, local reviews, nearness, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. That's not all... businesses do not pay us to list them. You deserve only the best!

NAIL CAN HILL RESERVE

Pemberton Street, Albury, NSW 2640

Trails, Hill Reserve, Park, Hiking Trails, Walking Tracks & Bike Riding

Great tracks for walking or riding

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An average fit person can walk this route.More fitter can run it. I just walked from Range Road , to the top then down to Gap Road although the whole route runs from Centaur Road Lavington (just west of former Lavington Panthers Club) to Norieul Park Albury.
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MURRAY RIVER TRAIL

Albury and Surrounding, Albury, NSW 2640

Hiking Trails, Jogging Paths and Tracks, Biking Trails, Walking Track, Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks

Really lovely walk to the wetlands and along the arty party of this trail

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Park your car at Noreuil Park and take the track East to Wonga Wetlands or East through Wodonga's hidden billabongs, Belvoir Gardens finally connecting to the House Creek tracks. The track to Wonga wetlands wanders along the river past ancient River Red Gums and wild life (we saw an Echidna and many birds) with the added attraction of various indigenous sculptures. A lovely way to enjoy the clean pristine environment of Albury/Wodonga
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YINDYAMARRA SCULPTURE WALK

Kremur Street, Albury, NSW 2640

Scenic Walking Areas, Hiking Trails, Picnic Area, Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks

Eleven sculptures created by local Aboriginal artists have been installed along the five kilometres of trail

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Fantastic walk or ride along the Murray River exploring impressive locally made sculptures. Very easy access on bikes or foot. Entire path is bitumen and mostly flat. Very safe with kids and dogs as not near traffic. Suggest you pack a picnic as there are lots of spots to stop and enjoy the wetlands or river. Wonga Wetlands at the end of the walk are beautiful with plenty of bird life. Highly recommend this beautiful part of Albury.
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