On the banks of the Murray River, Albury has beautiful natural scenery and a lively town centre for everyone to enjoy. You can easily “state jump” between NSW and Victoria in Albury, as the river divides the two states. Wodonga, on the other side of the river also offers many places to see and explore.

Over summer, we’re encouraging everyone to enjoy regional NSW. Jump on your bikes to support communities through this tough drought. #RideTheBush

Rides To Do


View of Albury Town Centre from above

Albury in one day - 18km on Shared paths/road & flat

When you say Albury, you say Murray River! And this family friendly, practically flat ride gives great views of the mighty Murray.

This ride follows mostly shared paths and quiet roads and as it is a loop, you can start your ride at any convenient point along the route.  Consequently,  you can ride the route in either direction. We are partial to leaving the ride along the Murray until almost last so you can take your time and have a picnic along the way. 

Wagirra Trail & Yindyamarra Sculpture Trail - 16km on shared path and flat

This shared path meanders through the riverside parks (Noreuil, Australia, and Hovell Tree) to Wonga Wetlands. There are many places to stop and picnic or just enjoy the tranquillity of the Murray River.

The Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk features a series of stunning contemporary Aboriginal sculptures lining the Wagirra Trail from Kremur Street to Wonga Wetlands.

Eleven sculptures created by local Aboriginal artists have been installed along the five kilometres of trail. Each sculpture is accompanied by interpretive panels and videos available via mobile devices.

Albury Countryside - 44km on road and flat 

On this ride you will head out from North Albury in a northwesterly direction to enjoy some of the beautiful (and mostly flat) countryside.

From Albury around Bethanga Historic Area - 78 km on road, hilly

This is a beautiful undulating ride through the quiet country side with spectacular views of the Murray River & Lake Hume (make sure to stop at some lookout points!). When you return to the Bethanga Bridge, make your way back to Albury the same way that you came.

Places To Visit


Albury Library Museum 

Visit this award winning museum and explore a range of art, technology and the city’s heritage. Their permanent exhibition is the “Crossing Place: A Story of Albury” about the traditional owners of the land, the Wiradjuri. There is also a number of changing exhibitions providing a diverse museum experience.

Albury-Wodonga Woodcrafters inc Cottage Gallery

Explore all woodcrafting has to offer by stopping by this cottage. With over 100 members, much of what is on display is for sale including scroll sawing, pyrography, carving, furniture making, toy making, pen making etc. 

They’re open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Tuesday to Sunday

Albury Botanical Gardens

130 years in the making, this award winning garden has lots on offer.  With its newest addition, the Children’s garden, it’s a great place to relax while in Albury.

Activities To Do


Murray River

Parks and reserves line the banks of the Murray River for visitors to enjoy all year round. A dip into the River is a great way to cool down, or why not try kayaking, paddle boarding at Noreuil Park. 

View of the Murray River, Albury

Regional Craft Beer Trails

Starting at the Albury Brewery this trail explores 18 breweries from between the Wagga Wagga and Mansfield regions. There are heaps of breweries to explore so head on out and find your favourite.

Albury Wodonga Farmers Markets

Held every Saturday at the Gateway Village Wodonga - Lincoln Causeway hosts produce of the area including fruit and vegetables, cakes and pies, breads and meat.

Spread the word. Share this post!