Wodonga is serviced by daily rail and coach services and multiple daily air services to Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney.
Access to Albury Wodonga
Rail - Victoria
A return train service between Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station and Albury Wodonga operates three times a day.
V/Line trains and coaches can take you to and from all pockets of regional Victoria. You can connect with coach services at many points along the major train lines to travel to destinations throughout the state. High frequency trains and coaches run from Melbourne to Geelong (south west), Ballarat (west), Bendigo (north), Seymour (north east) and Gippsland (east) and Albury Wodonga.
Intercity services also provide links between major provincial cities.
Rail - NSW
CountryLink’s train and coach network operates to over 360 destinations, linking the Albury Wodonga region with Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane and regional NSW. The trains carry you in air-conditioned comfort with a choice of first or economy class seats, with a buffet car providing a range of tasty hot and cold meals and beverages. Sleeping berths are also available on some longer journeys.
Albury-Wodonga is 3 hours from Melbourne, 4 hours from Canberra and 6 hours from Sydney via the Hume Highway. The Hume Highway is dual carriageway from Melbourne to Albury Wodonga and most of the way from Sydney. Riverina Highway follows the Murray River west to South Australia and also connects to the Newell Highway from NSW. Olympic Way from Wagga Wagga which feeds the Newell Highway through the Central West and Northern NSW to Queensland. Murray Valley Highway follows the Murray River east and feeds into the east coast of NSW and Victoria via the Australian Alpine region which include some of the best bike riding areas in Australia.
Airport Direct Shuttle Bus
Airport Direct operates from two locations, Wodonga and Shepparton, offering two dedicated Melbourne Airport Shuttle Services. The Wodonga to Melbourne Airport Service (North-East/Alpine Branch) operates a return service every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. This service conveniently connects with the V-Line coaches at Benalla for pick-ups from the upper Murray Valley / Yarrawonga to Benalla line, and the V-Line coach at Wangaratta for pick-ups from the Ovens Valley region.
Albury Airport is owned and operated by Albury City and is located just 5km from the Albury , Wodonga and Lavington Central Business Districts. It's the second busiest airport in Regional NSW, with more than 250,000 passengers passing through the terminal each year and over 200 flights a week in and out of the city. Services to Sydney are provided by Qantaslink, Regional Express and Virgin Blue Airlines. Regional Express flies daily to Melbourne. Charter services are also available. General and security car parking is provided adjacent to the terminal building.