We aim to foster the development of a vibrant and diverse artistic and cultural city; with the creation of public art seen as an integral element.
The commissioning of large-scale artworks in public places aims to provide points of interest, entertainment and aesthetic energy to the developing city landscape.
Some of the public artworks in Wodonga include:
- Porta by Ken Raff along Lincoln Causeway (prior to Murray River bridge crossing to Albury);
- Ensemble by Adrian Mauriks in Woodland Grove;
- Water and The River Landscape by Anderson Hunt in Stanley St; and,
- Bridges and Boundaries by Eddie Kneebone (dec.) at Gateway Village.
For further information regarding Wodonga's public art program and future public art projects, please phone our cultural services team on (02) 6022 9300.
Albury-Wodonga Public Art Trail
From sculpture to murals, wrapped infrastructure to art under foot, the border's public art trail is sure to delight, surprise and captivate.
Click the link below and tour the trail at your leisure across Albury Wodonga to experience established and new public artworks.