Throw down a rug and grab a basket full of goodies to enjoy a picnic in the glorious autumn weather and golden leaves.
Find 360 views of Lake Hume, the Kiewa Valley, the Alpine Region, Murray River, and the cities below at Huon Hill Parklands. Ideal for picnicking, the parklands have electric barbeques, seating and shelters as well as a variety of walking tracks perfect to explore further.
A sanctuary for bird watchers, Wonga Wetlands makes for a peaceful spot to take a quiet moment out of your day.
Of course, there’s nothing more iconic than enjoying a bite to eat on the banks of the mighty Murray River. Flowing between the twin cities, the Albury – Murray River Precinct provides views of the river, with beautiful parklands lining the banks, perfect for setting down a picnic rug. There’s also a choice of three a playgrounds close by to keep everyone entertained.
For an inner city sanctuary and a picnic among the flowers, take your goodies with you to Albury Botanic Gardens. The gardens officially opened in 1877 with the planting of a single elm tree, now you’ll find over 1,000 species of plant life including a rainforest collection and an enchanting children’s garden including a life-sized dinosaur and a fairy temple.