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Albury Wodonga is home to over 100,000 people, the community is large enough to provide varied holiday attractions and entertainment, but small enough to enjoy exploring on foot. And that's certainly the best way to appreciate its distinctive character, with grand old buildings, richly established gardens and broad tree-lined streets.

Albury Wodonga Local area
bike riding Albury NSW - Hume Country Motor Inn
Botanical Gardens
clubs
Ettamogah Pub
fine food
fishing
fruit flying circus
golf
Lake Hume
Monument Hill
River banks
Scenic countryside
scenic drives
Wodonga

Wodonga Miniature Railway - This miniature railway operates live steam and diesel miniature locomotives and rolling stock.

Location: Lincoln Causeway Wodonga: 11am-3.30pm (3rd Sunday of the month) February to December 

 

Community Wood Fired Oven -

The Community Wood Fired Oven is a place to come together to cook, to share, to learn and to eat. Once you've tasted the delicious flavours of food from a wood fired oven, you'll be hooked!

The Oven is fired every second Sunday for free community use. The skills, time and expertise of an Oven Coordinator will be on hand to assist you (guidance only, you do the other fun bits).

Located in Hovell Tree Park, near Albury Swim Centre, the Oven has an undercover area and a playground - everything you need for a great day out.

Regent Theatre offers the lastest movies and has Gold Class for an enjoyable night out.

Fun for Kids....

.Wherever you are in Albury Wodonga, you're just a stone's throw from a park or playground. From slides and caves to swings and trains, there's no shortage of fun here for kids of all ages.

Albury’s new Oddies Creek Playspace features a 30m flying fox, a multidirectional swing, climbing nets, spring rockers and a timber play structure with views across the park to the river.

The top-class Belvoir Park Playground in Wodonga is a festival of swings, climbing structures, groovy mirrors and slippery dips, and includes musical instruments such as a xylophone, a drum and hanging chimes.

Crafty kids will enjoy the art and craft opportunities at Albury Art Gallery’s Kidspace. The Albury LibraryMuseum is also well equipped to captivate curious minds.

Explore the troll cave at Albury's Botanic Gardens or picnic on the vast lawns. Another big hit with the kids is the water slide at the Albury Swim Centre.