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Wodonga is a small city with plenty to offer. It boasts natural beauty, a rich economy, an impressive local arts scene, and attractions for people of all ages. Watch locally produced plays, horse-racing and other sporting events, or explore one of Australia’s largest war memorial museums. If you’re interested in sport, the city has venues for football, soccer, and skating. Wodonga is situated in Victoria, sharing the New South Wales border with its twin city of Albury.
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BIG4 Albury Tourist Park is at 372 Wagga Road in Lavington, nearby to central Wodonga. The park offers a wide range of cabins along with powered sites for both caravans and camping. Facilities include a swimming pool, barbecue area, camp kitchen, playground and laundry.
Discovery Parks Lake Hume is located at 33 Boathaven Road in Ebden. The park offers both powered and camping sites, and its facilities include barbecue area, camp kitchen, playground, spa and swimming pool.
Wodonga Caravan and Cabin Park lies at 186 Melbourne Road in Wodonga and offers both cabins and cottages and powered sites for caravans.
Murray Art Museum Albury is located at 546 Dean Street, Albury. The venue honours Albury’s culture and features local contemporary art, craft and sculptures. It is open weekdays from 10am to 5pm, Saturdays 10am to 4pm and Sunday 12pm to 4pm.
Albury Botanical Gardens covers four hectares of land within the city of Albury. The beautiful venue opened its doors in 1877 and the site has a wide variety of plants and features splendid examples of gardening from the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Army Museum Bandiana is located on Anderson Road in Wodonga and contains the largest military collection in Australia. The museum has an extensive collection of artefacts from 1863 to the present time, including 44 field artillery guns and over 150 vehicles including a Saladin Armoured Car, Tracked Rapier Launcher Vehicle (TRLV) and Lighter Amphibious Resupply Cargo (LARC).
Chiltern-Mount Pilot National Park sits within Chiltern and has a rich and wide variety of orchids, box-ironbark forest and rich birdlife. The park is popular as a venue for visitors to enjoy nature.
Hothouse Theatre is situated on Lincoln Causeway in Wodonga. The theatre encourages local art culture, and offers several workshops. Visitors are welcome to watch locally-produced theatre performances and tour the venue.
Willow Park lies along Pearce Street in Wodonga. The recreation park has a barbecue area, extensive cycle paths, playground, skatepark, and other sporting facilities.