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Wodonga, accommodation and visitor information
Wodonga, Twice the Place: Twice the Time
Wodonga sits opposite Albury where the nation's busiest highway (the Hume) crosses the Murray River. As a meeting point of contrasts and cultures its significance stretches way back to the first Aboriginal inhabitants who gathered here (long before the arrival of Europeans).
Being on the natural border between the two oldest and strongest colonies, Wodonga grew up as both river port and rail head with Albury. This was the start and end of much of the trade, travel and commerce between the two colonial powers.
The contrasts and contradictions of time and place, history and progress, river and mountain, culture and cultivation have melded themselves into an unlikely harmony of differences not experienced anywhere else in the Australia.
Wodonga Visitor Information Centre
Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga VIC 3689 | Phone: 1300 796 222
Wodonga Visitor Information Centre Hovell Street
69 Hovell Street, Wodonga VIC 3690 | Phone: 1300 796 222
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