Wirraminna is a public park and can be visited any day of the year. It occupies four hectares of restored woodland in Burrumbuttock.

Wirraminna occupies four hectares of formerly unused ground around than old government dam, between the school and the recreation ground in Burrumbuttock, 30 km north of Albury, in southern NSW. From its beginning in 1995, it has developed into an environmental education centre that provides opportunities for discovery and learning about the natural environment, the ecology of the local woodlands and the beauty of native plants for our gardens. 

Over 2000 primary school children visit Wirraminna annually from schools throughout the region.  It also provides a popular outing for clubs and organisations in the district, and many locals and visitors to the region call in to explore the gardens and learn about our local environment.

Extensive interpretative signage and plant identification labels around the park tells the environment story. 

We are always in need of volunteers to help keep Wirraminna running. Our volunteer day is Wednesday usually starting around 9.30am and we always make time for morning tea.

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