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The Army Museum in Bandiana, is said to be the largest and most diversified Military Museum in Australia. The display area is 5,000 sq metres, and a lot more to see in the outdoor display area. The total collection is in excess of 150 vehicles and 44 field artillery guns.
Saladin Armoured Car
Tracked Rapier Launcher Vehicle (TRLV)
M113A1, Fire Support Vehicle
Lighter Amphibious Resupply Cargo (LARC)
Tunza-gutz (Vietnam) - Just some of the vehicles on display.
Daily 9.30am-4pm. Closed Good Friday, Anzac Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day.
Adults $5, Seniors/Child $2, Family $10, Groups 10+ $2 ea
Updated Jun 28, 2006
Address: Gaza Ridge Barracks, Wodonga VIC 3690
Phone: (02) 6055 2525
The Hume Weir has been a favorite with people for many years. I visited here as a child, and since then, and it still has that same appeal for me.
There are many picnic and camping sites on the shores of the Lake and sandy beaches for sunbathing.
Fishing is also a popular pastime, as is sailing, jet skiing and wind surfing.
Updated Jun 22, 2006
Rutherglen, which is only a short drive from Wodonga, has many wineries in the region. These are always fun to visit, and maybe buy a couple of bottles of your favorite, to take home with you.. after you have tasted at least a few. LOL.. Of course, it would be wise to designate a driver for this activity.
Written Jun 19, 2006
Sumsion Gardens has a lovely lake, walking paths, picnic facilities, barbecues, and a children's playground. A wonderful place for a family outing, where you can enjoy a good part of the day.
Updated Jun 19, 2006
Wodonga, like most towns and cities have weekend markets, some have more than one.
This is a large market with trash & treasure, produce, clothing, crafts and general goods. An excellent place to find that one of a kind item.
Updated Jun 25, 2006
Favorite thing: Visit the Gateway Visitor Information Centre, for all the information you need for Wodonga, and the surrounding regions.
Lincoln Causeway.Gateway Island.
right beside the Murray River, on the Hume Highway, Wodonga
Written Jun 22, 2006