Around 300 kilometres north-east of Melbourne and 570 kilometres south-west of Sydney, Wodonga is a common pit stop for weary driver’s between the state capitals.
Wodonga is a popular drawcard for adventure-seekers holidaying in Victoria’s north-east with superb recreation infrastructure. That’s helped put it front of mind for people thinking of fleeing the city for a tree/river change. Then there is a wide range of tourism attractions and, of course, lots of surrounding hills in many areas and great swimming
Wodonga’s diverse economy spans across manufacturing, agriculture and education and many other industries. There are leading and progressive health care facilities and Practitioner’s. The tertiary presence in town includes campuses of Charles Sturt University and La Trobe University along with two TAFEs.
Some attractions you may wish to check out whether you are a local or visiting-
- The Army Museum, Bandiana
- The High Country Rail Trail
- Albury/Wodonga Farmer’s Market
- GIGS Gateway Island and Studio’s
- Military Memorabilia Display
- Huon Hill Parklands