Albury Botanic Gardens
Albury's Botanic Garden
Relaxing in Albury's Botanic Garden
Butterfly Bush in ALbury's Botanic Garden
Albury Botanic Gardens

Albury Botanic Gardens

Address: Cnr Dean Street and Wodonga Place, Albury, New South Wales 2640

Phone: 02 6051 3442  |  Freecall: 1300 252 879  

Email: info@visitalburywodonga.com
Web: visitalburywodonga.com/listing/albury-botanic-gardens

Albury's beautiful Botanic Gardens have been established for over 130 years and give residents and tourists alike the opportunity to admire their historical and horticultural significance.

Over the years, the gardens have won many prizes for layout, design, plant selection and annual planting designs. Explore the 1,000 plus native and exotic plant species while walking along the curved paths and rounded shrub beds. Instead you may choose to walk cross country over the lush lawns to find a favourite spot in the garden. They recommend that this is completed barefoot for the full experience!

Found in the gardens is the Hume Monument, Albury's tribute to Hamilton Hume who first discovered this area alongside William Hovell in 1824. The Hume monument was erected in 1858 and stood on the former site of Hume's Tree; it was moved to the Botanic Gardens when they were established. Children will love the running over the wooden bridge, dipping their toes into the small running stream, zigzagging through the bamboo garden and when completed, discovering the fairytale themed children's garden.

While the gardens already attract around 250,000 people a year, there's room for many more. Enjoy a picnic on the lawn with the family or just take time out with your favourite book. Relax, unwind and enjoy the beauty and charm that the gardens offer.

The Gardens are flat with wide compacted pathways winding through. Disabled parking and toilet facilities provided.

Content: Albury City Council

Cost

This is a free attraction.

Facilities

  • Bicycle rack
  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Access without assistance for the disabled
  • Parking for the disabled
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Shaded area

Disabled access

The entire Gardens are flat with wide compacted pathways winding through. Disabled parking and toilet facilities are also provided those using the garden.

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