Publications

  This popular publication is available for $7 per booklet or $5 per booklet for orders of more than 20.

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This publication was originally written by members of Monument Hill Parklands Association with assistance from Albury Wodonga Field Naturalists, National Environment Centre (Riverina Institute of TAFE) and Parklands Albury Wodonga. The booklet was written to raise awareness of the common environmental weeds found in this region. The booklet also provides practical advise on how to control these invasive woody weeds.

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This publication was produced to raise awareness of the natural heritage of the Albury Wodonga regional parklands network.  Thank you to the Hume Bank (formerly Hume Building Society) for their sponsorship of the printing.   Booklets are available

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A mix of fire trails, including some rather steep ones, will take you to some of Baranduda's hidden natural treasures.  Look at the contour lines when planning your walk! We welcome sponsors so that we can progress with Stage 2 of the proposed Mountain

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Gentle inclines on the fire trail network make the Wodonga-Council managed Federation Hill a popular destination.

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Paved shared paths take you along ten kilometres of Murray River frontages.

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The section from Wodonga to Huon Reserve on Lake Hume has a rough gravel surface, so mountain bikes are recommended. The paved and quality gravel trail from Huon Reserve across the Sandy Creek Inlet bridge to Old Tallangatta is suitible for all bikes

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Views of the snow, Lake Hume and Albury Wodonga's ampitheatre of hills can be seen along the varied trails.  Make sure you look at the contours when planning your walk!

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The Kiewa Track from Killara to the Murray River and along the Murray River is an earthern track suitable for walkers and mountain bikes only. Parklands Albury Wodonga has been working to open up pedestrian access along the Kiewa River from Killara to

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Check out the awesome views at the top of Wodonga Council managed Mahers Hill.

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Thank you to Albury Wodonga Orienteering Club members for their efforts in developing the attached detailed walking track map. Thank you to Albury Wodonga Mountain Bike Club members for their efforts in developing, maintaining and mapping the attached mountain bike track maps.

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Check out these Albury City Council managed high conservation value bushland and wetlands.

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Parklands Albury Wodonga thank Albury Wodonga Orienteering Club members for their efforts in developing detailed walking track maps that are attached for Albury West (Nail Can Hill). A more updated Albury Wodonga Mountain Bike Club map is also attached.

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There are a diversity of bush parks in this region, as the attached overview map demonstrate.

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A popular site for picnics, swimming and launching canoes into the Murray River.

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Parklands Albury Wodonga produce a monthly e-newsletter to keep the regional community updated on activities and future plans.

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Tourism North East have compiled a publication and map of the diversity of nature-based tourism experiences available in this region. For more information: http://tourismnortheast.com.au/  

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