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Wodonga is a small city in northeastern Victoria, on the border across the Murray River from Albury in New South Wales. It has a population of about 30,000 people (2012 estimate).

Guide to Wodonga Hotels

Here's a list of hotels in Wodonga that you can book online, with full description, star rating, address, location map, evaluation, and prices as offered by different booking sites. This helps you to make your room booking with the site that offers the best price.

Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
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More on Wodonga

Wodonga began as a customs post for the ferry crossing the Murray River from Albury. As traffic increased, the ferry service was eventually replaced by a bridge across the Murry in 1860. Though originally named Wodonga, it was for a while renamed Belvoir before it reverted to its original name. Overshadowed in size and significance by Albury, Wodonga was once called by locals as "Struggle Town".

Today Wodonga has a diverse economy. Among the businesses operating here includes LOGIC, a logistics company, Mars Corporation's pet food factory, a cattle market, an abattoir, and others. The city's railway station is on the Melbourne-Sydney railway line. A new railway line was completed in late 2010 running from Sydney to Melbourne through Wodonga.

Visiting Wodonga

Take the M31 (Hume Freeway) from Melbourne to Wodonga.

Wodonga War Memorial
Wodonga War Memorial
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Places of Interest in Wodonga

  1. Jindera Pioneer Museum
    Museum in the small town of Jindera offering a glimpse into the life of pioneers. It has a preserved pioneer-period store building from 1874 with associate house, galleries and authentic slab hutt and wattle and daub cottage.

  2. Murray River Experience
    The Murray River provides recreational opportunities from picnic and barbecue to boating.