Wodonga's shops and services
They may be in the heart of the country, but Wodonga's shops and services are just as good as any major city.
The 2015 Ulysses annual general meeting host city boasts a diverse shopping precinct that includes everything from large malls to small boutiques, markets to megastores, and local producers to international importers.
There are shopping centres featuring department and grocery stores, plus specialty stores and food courts.
In Wodonga's main street you'll find everything essential for conducting everyday business, including banks, newsagents and post office.
There are hairdressers, chemists, supermarkets and butchers all within a short walking distance of each other, as well as cafes, restaurants and fast food outlets.
Motorcycle enthusiasts are well catered for with at least five motorcycle parts and accessories shops in Wodonga, and many more in nearby Albury.
There are multiple medical clinics in the city, including bulk billing clinics, if you need to see a doctor during your stay, as well as a regional hospital run jointly with Albury.
The Hume Murray Farmers' Market is held at Gateway Village, on the Lincoln Causeway, every second Saturday from 8am.
There you will find fresh produce and prepared foods grown and made in the region.
And for a different kind of shopping experience, try Albury's central business district just over the border.
Or you could try the charm and character of the retail offerings at historic North East towns such as Beechworth, Chiltern and Yackandandah.
For further information, contact the Wodonga Visitor Information Centre at 69 to 73 Hovell St or phone 1300 796 222.