About Us

Table Top Mountain is situated 30km north of Albury Wodonga. It is a 500 ha, private bushland property owned and operated by the Paterson family. It was purchased in 1994 with the idea of providing a natural bushland environment for people who enjoy nature, peace and tranquillity. Their aim is to keep this land in its natural state for this and future generations to appreciate.

There are approximately 20kms of walking tracks along which there are a variety of box, gum, kurrajong and acacia trees. In spring and summer there is also a flush of wildflowers. Approximately 80 native plants have been identified on the mountain.

The bushland abounds with wildlife. There are many kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, goannas, snakes, lizards, wombats and possums. There are also many birds on Table Top Mountain. A bird survey has been carried out by an ornithologist who identified 140 bird species on the Mountain.

Guided walks are conducted at regular intervals throughout the year by Phil Rouvray, a former teacher and Duke of Edinburgh Award treks leader. An interpretation of the history, geology, flora and fauna is given along the walk. At the conclusion of the walk refreshments are provided in the Peregrines Function Centre. See walks programme for dates for walks.