Albury Botanic Gardens
Nestled in the heart of the city, Albury’s four hectares of multi-award winning Botanic Gardens features over 1,000 native and exotic plant species.
Hamilton Hume and William Hovell discovered the Albury region in 1824. In 1858 The Hume Monument was erected.
Within the Albury Botanic Gardens, children can enter a world of pure imagination with a special garden purpose built just for them.
The children’s garden features a fairy temple, life-sized dinosaur and a troll cave.
It is estimated that more than 200,000 people visit the gardens each year.
The gardens offer a place to relax, enjoy a picnic, go for a casual stroll or simply the prefect location to sit and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you.