Whether you roll, stroll or have wee wanderers in tow Albury Wodonga had inclusive fun for everyone. You’ll find tranquil lakeside moments, outdoor adventures, or easy family-friendly fun, you can explore Albury Wodonga – without limits.
But before you pack your bags, let’s navigate the practicalities. This guide will be your compass, highlighting accessible accommodation options. We’ll unveil attractions like museums catering to sensory sensitivities and scenic trails with gentle gradients, all waiting to be explored. Plus, we’ll point you towards accessible amenities like public transport and restrooms, ensuring every step of your journey is smooth and carefree. So, ditch the hesitation and embrace the possibilities – Albury Wodonga’s accessible charm awaits!
Albury Botanic Gardens
Get lost in the natural beauty of one of Albury’s most treasured icons, Albury Botanic Gardens. Explore the garden’s established trees, formed pathways and colourful garden beds. Kids will love the gated playground with life-sized dinosaurs and a fairy temple! Motorised and manual wheelchairs are welcomed, there’s shaded seating, accessible parking and toilets available, making exploring the gardens a breeze.
Hume Dam Wall
Just a short stroll or roll from the carpark will lead you across the top of the Hume Dam Wall. A perfect way to appreciate the sheer scale of the wall and marvel at this feat of engineering. This popular attraction at Lake Hume offers BBQs and seating tables with shade and disabled toilet facilities. Pack and picnic and your camera for some perfect panoramas!
Hyphen Library Gallery Wodonga
Unleash your inner artist at Hyphen – Wodonga Library Gallery, an accessible haven for creativity, connection, and curiosity! Explore three vibrant artspaces. Let the kids get hands-on in the Playspace Gallery, or lose yourself in literature in the library. Hyphen welcomes all abilities, offering accessible parking, diverse seating styles, assistive technology, hearing loops and braille maps. Guide and service dogs are welcome too!