Living in Albury-Wodonga

Albury-Wodonga is situated on the border of Victoria and New South Wales. It consists of two regional cities separated by the Murray River, with an estimated population of around 94,000.

The region is well-known for its culture, nature and cuisine - making it a real tourism hot spot, with events all year round. Picturesque parks and gardens feature throughout the community, including the Albury Botanic Gardens and Sumsion Gardens in Wodonga.

The hillsides and parkland reserves provide the ideal bushwalking, bird watching and hiking tracks for the novice as well as the experienced walker, not to mention several lookouts. There's also plenty of purpose-built tracks and trails for cyclists of any level.

Food and leisure

Albury is the ideal location to indulge in shopping, eating and relaxing. It’s an inspiring foodie destination inviting artisans, chefs, providores and food lovers to come together. Wodonga Plaza located in the heart of Wodonga CBD, has all your shopping needs covered in one convenient location. There's also the Regent Cinemas theatre complex and arcade to keep you busy.

The region produces some of Australia’s finest wine and craft beers. Quality restaurants, coffee shops and taverns offer wonderful food and entertainment for locals and visitors alike. The wine areas of Rutherglen, Beechworth, Milawa and King Valley to the south, and Tumbarumba to the north, make for a great wine lovers' experience and are only a short drive from Albury-Wodonga.

Outdoor activities

We are an hour and a half drive to the snowfields and high country for those who like adrenaline or to escape from the city. Visit Albury-Wodonga shares more about the great lifestyle Albury-Wodonga offers.

Economy

Around 8,000 local businesses contribute to Albury Wodonga's Gross Regional Product currently valued at $7.2 billion. Albury Wodonga is the major commercial, retail, administrative and cultural centre for a greater regional population of 200,000 people. Galleries, theatres, public sculptures and a vibrant local arts scene, connect the urban landscape with its evocative past.

Working at La Trobe Albury-Wodonga

Our campus attracts staff to work here from all over the country.  If you’d like to learn more about working at La Trobe, please visit our Academic staff hub.  You can also view current vacancies via Jobs at La Trobe.