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History and heritage in Wodonga

Just a short drive from Wodonga, you'll find Lake Hume and the Bonegilla Migrant Experience, part of the former migrant camp that provided accommodation and settlement services for the many people who flocked to Australia from the 1940s to the 1970s. Many of the migrants settled in this region and have contributed to the diverse culture and lifestyle enjoyed in Wodonga. There are more than 1.2 million descendants of Bonegilla residents.

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About Wodonga

Nestled among picturesque hills along the Murray River, Wodonga is the vibrant heart of north-east Victoria, right on the border with Albury in Country NSW. The town offers a number of fun things to do combined with old-fashioned country hospitality. Choose from a range of accommodation options when you're in town.

Wodonga is an excellent shopping precinct, with plenty of retail stores on High and Stanley streets, as well as a couple of large shopping centres; be sure to check out the handcrafted teddies at Stanley Bears. The city also contains a variety of cafes and fresh food options within a short stroll of peaceful parklands and cultural attractions, such as The Cube Wodonga and Arts Space Wodonga, which holds performances and exhibitions.

Don't miss Sumsion Gardens, with its large lagoon and great walking tracks. Gateway Island Gallery and Studios provides an opportunity to stroll through a contemporary Aboriginal artists' workshop and a modern gallery featuring many local artists.

To learn more about Wodonga and its surrounds, stop by the Wodonga Visitor Information Centre.

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