Albury-Wodonga Master Plan
The Albury-Wodonga Master Plan is a comprehensive guide to future development at La Trobe University's Albury-Wodonga for the next 20 years.
The purpose of the Albury-Wodonga Master Plan is to ensure cohesive campus development over time, which balances the varying needs of the university community and maximises the ability of the built environment to embody the values and aspirations of the institution. It also proposes a strong physical infrastructure connection and built-form association with the adjoining Wodonga Institute of TAFE on the eastern edge of the campus.
The Master Plan has been developed through the lens of the Albury-Wodonga Campus Vision, launched in 2016. It will act as an enabling device, which provides a clear framework for the development of a vibrant campus. It will also serve as a blueprint for growth for all University departments going forward.
The Master Plan and will be invaluable in our engagement and partnerships with federal, state and local governments, business and industry, our community and of course our present and future staff and students.
The Albury-Wodonga Master Plan will also be used as a tool for review and assessment: a standard that the University can use to review the success and progress of each phase of capital development and growth.
Key Concepts for Albury-Wodonga Master Plan
- Establish the front door of the campus
- Create a clear pedestrian network
- Consolidate car parking and vehicular access
- Establish a Community Hub near the Library
- Create a vibrant core campus learning environment
- Expand and diversify on campus housing
- Improve access to sports, recreation and community health
- Strengthen the bushland landscape character
- Develop a cohesive La Trobe landscape palette
- Improve campus sustainability
View the Master plan for the Albury - Wodonga Campus.