La Trobe Albury-Wodonga connects with the communities it serves through the provision of educational opportunities, relevant research, and sharing of our facilities. We support cultural activities and host public lectures.

Our partnerships

Albury Wodonga NAIDOC Awards

We live in a vibrant and active community, with many of our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples making great contributions to the community through music, art, culture, education, environment, sport, employment and politics.

Each year La Trobe University, in partnership with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of Albury Wodonga, hosts the local Albury Wodonga NAIDOC Awards. The Awards are presented at a formal dinner during NAIDOC week each year.

The categories are:

  • Uncle Arthur Melrose Memorial Encouragement Awards
  • Elder of the Year
  • Youth of the Year
  • Community Person of the Year
  • Scholar of the Year
  • Artist of the Year
  • Sportsperson of the Year
  • Volunteer of the Year
  • Appreciation Award

Get a 2016 nomination form:

If you would like to know more please contact:

Dr Pettina Love
Indigenous Students Services Offier, Woddha Gki-Lya Indigenous Education Unit
T: 02 6024 9796

Wodonga Sustainable Living Fair

The Wodonga Sustainable Living Fair responds directly and positively to our changing world. It focuses on sustainable living and related practices that preserve resources and reduce the negative impact on our environment.

Sponsored by a partnership of La Trobe and local businesses and community organisations, the Fair is held annually at La Trobe University's Albury-Wodonga campus, coinciding with Open Day.

Heading towards its sixth year, the Fair continues to grow in size and reputation. Dozens of organisations display a variety of sustainable products and services. It's free to be an exhibitor.

This event demonstrates La Trobe Albury-Wodonga's commitment to sustainability.

Want to be involved?

Contact the fair coordinator:

T: (+61 2) 6024 9820