Wodonga is a prominent regional city on the Victorian side of the border with New South Wales. Founded in 1852, Wodonga is a significant river port near Victorian goldfields. The city has a large selection of parks with a wide variety of flora and fauna. Wodonga is separated from its ‘twin city’ Albury in New South Wales by The Mighty Murray River. Not only does the city have a large shopping precinct, schools and leading healthcare facilities, it has a wide range of tourism attractions.
History lovers may find it interesting that around 1 in 20 Australians are descended from immigrants who passed through the former Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre in Wodonga after World War II.
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When planning a visit to Wodonga, make sure to stop by the High Country Rail Trail located on the eastern tip of Lake Hume. The perfect destination to enjoy a stroll, hike, or cycle, this rail trail will not disappoint. For nature enthusiasts, another great destination is the Huon Hill Parklands for breathtaking panoramic views.
Visitors should also add the Butter Factory Theatre, Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk and Wonga Wetlands to their list of places to visit in Wodonga. Interested? Why not browse Choice Hotels Wodonga accommodation and kick-start your next adventure!