Wodonga is ideally situated on the Murray River with surrounding hills and rich agricultural valleys and acts as a gateway to one of Australia’s most diverse regions. Award-winning wineries, historic townships, expansive lakes, Alpine areas, gourmet food and significant cultural sites are just a stone’s throw away.
We are recognised as a joint destination with our riverine neighbour Albury. For a full range of tourism information, check out the Visit Albury Wodonga website.
Four hills form a ring around our city – on our west we have the Hunchback Hill complex, to the south are Federation Hill and Bears Hill, and at the east is Huon Hill.
High St is Wodonga’s main street with cafes and boutique retailers, it has everything in one place! You can also check out Stanley St and the many laneways when you’re in the area or explore Elgin Boulevard which crosses the main street and is home to eateries, major supermarkets and specialty stores. All of this and more can be found within walking distance of the Wodonga CBD. See our City Heart website for more.
Choose from bird-watching, picnicking, short or long walks, mountain bike riding, orienteering, fishing, swimming, boating and don’t forget photography!
The Wodonga pathways guide tells you how to access more than 80 kilometres of pathways in and around Wodonga, perfect for both a leisurely ride or vigorous hike.
Our pathways provide the perfect opportunity to meander by the river or enjoy one of the scenic routes that link various parts of the city. There is a range of tracks and trails in and around the Wodonga hills and WREN reserves. Most are flat, shared pathways ideal for all ages and fitness levels.
There are 72 designated public playgrounds, two skate parks, two pump tracks and nine outdoor basketball rings in our parks and reserves. Be sure to pop by our largest playground at Belvoir Park which has options for children of all ages.
Check out the High Country Rail Trail which hugs the shoreline of the majestic Lake Hume. Comprising two sections, Wodonga to Old Tallangatta and Shelley to Cudgewa, the Rail Trail traverses farmland near the shores of Lake Hume. Explore sections at your leisure or cycle/horse ride the entire trail.
Explore our galleries, restaurants, tracks and trails and heritage-listed migrant site. There's plenty to see and do in Wodonga for people of all ages.