Wodonga Council
Gateway Island cultural trail

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Gateway Island cultural trail

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Gateway Island cultural trail

The walking trail in the Gateway Island cultural precinct consist of a 5km loop and will complement the Eddie Kneebone walk at Gateway Village and the refurbished Burraja Cultural Centre.

The trail will feature works by four local Aboriginal artists whom have met with traditional owners to share stories and points of interest in the development of the artworks.

The four artists – Treahna Hamm, Patricia Cerminara, Mick Bogie and Tamara Murray – are now creating concept plans for their works.

The project is funded by the Australian Government through the Albury-Wodonga Regional Deal, Victorian Government through the Regional Infrastructure Fund and Wodonga Council.

Works on the trail including the installation of the art works are due to be completed by June 2021.

WATCH: Artist Mick Bogie talks about his work for the cultural trail.


  • Path construction
    March, 29 2022

    The path has started to be formed. 

  • Smoking ceremony
    February 11, 2022
    A traditional cleansing ceremony was conducted by Traditional Custodians, Uncle Allan Murray and John Murray, with works to start next week.
  • Artwork EOI
    September 2020

    An expression of interest process for the commissioning of Aboriginal artworks for the trail.

  • Tender awarded
    November 2020

    The tender for the trail's civil works was awarded by the council. Read more here

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