Mungabareena reserve is an important cultural reserve that has significance to many Aboriginal tribes in this region. It is where Aboriginal peoples from different tribes meet to trade before continuing towards Mt Bogong to hunt for Bogong moths. The Ngan Girra festival is held here every November. The Waterworks just further along from Mungabareena is also a popular spot for recreation on the Murray at Albury, with picnic table facilities for visitor use.
Located along the Murray River are a number of reserves that provide opportunities for camping, swimming, fishing, canoeing, and other passive recreational pursuits including the Waterworks and Mungabareeena, popular swimming and picnic spots along the mighty Murray River.
There are many recreational areas along the banks of the Murray and chances are you�ll find your own pristine river beach to enjoy. Wildlife abounds from this life giving water source, you could spot a platypus scrabbling for yabbies in the shallows near the river bank, watch as wood ducks wade through the water or see a rainbow bee-eater perform aerial feats in the hunt for its insect dinner. The mighty Murray is truly Australia�s greatest river.
Phone: 02 6023 8111
Albury, New South Wales, 2640
Experiences you can enjoy at Mungabareena and Water Works:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Fishing, Flora/Fauna, Historic/Heritage, Nature based, Wildlife