Albury's beautiful Botanic Gardens have been established for over 100 years
and gives residents and tourists alike the opportunity to see and admire the
historical significance as well.
Over the years, the gardens have won many prizes for layout, design, and plant
species and annual planting's. The Curved paths and rounded scrub beds give a
softer, less formal look to these gardens which once had straight paths and
rows of pines, elms and other trees. The council is continually upgrading
the gardens, making them a perfect place to enjoy a picnic or leisurely stroll.
Found in the gardens is the Hume Monument, Albury's tribute to Hamilton Hume
who first discovered this area in 1824. The Hume monument was erected in 1858
and stood on the former site of Hume's Tree, it was removed to the Botanic
Gardens when they were established. The present brick residence was built in
1909 after a previous weatherboard House had been classified by the National
Trust of Australia.
Wheelchair access on walking tracks within gardens.
Contact operator for further details.
02 6051 3432
Smollett Street and Wodonga Place
Albury, New South Wales, 2640
Access Without Assistance for the Disabled, Parking for the Disabled, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shaded Area, Toilet facilities for the Disabled
Experiences you can enjoy at Albury Botanic Gardens:
Flora/Fauna, Historic/Heritage, Nature based