This nature and cultural trail runs along side of Wodonga's popular Gateway Village. Here you will enjoy scenic views of the Murray River, see wild life and experience a taste of culture along the way
Gateway Village lies in Wodonga on the Victorian side of the border and is home to some of our region's most popular arts, culture and hospitality places. Some of these include the Burraja Centre, Hot House Theatre, La Maison Café and many galleries with lots of exciting exhibitions.
Go for a walk and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Murray River at the same time, stop for a picnic, spot some wildlife and learn about our Indigenous culture along the way. You can even extend your walk with one of the many other trails that connect at various points.
Every second Saturday at 8am, the Hume Murray Farmer's Market takes place at Gateway Village. There is plenty of local produce to taste and enjoy.
This trail lots to see and do, so make sure you allow enough time to enjoy all it has to offer!
Gateway Lakes hosts a large number of events and activities each year and is home to Wodonga’s water ski, canoe, dragon boating and rowing clubs. Take a slight detour and check it out!
Look out for the Indigenous cultural displays along the trail as you enter into Harris Road. You will learn about our local history.
Enjoy one of the many lovely picnic spots along the Murray River for a family picnic. Quiet, calm and very picturesque. Enjoy!
Along the nature trail, keep your eyes peeled for some local wild life – can you see a kangaroo in the long grass, some new ducklings even?
Walk under the historic Murray River railway bridge that crosses from Victoria into New South Wales. If you are lucky to have a train crossing above, you are in for a thrill as you walk below.
Stop for some shade, possibly even spot a wedding taking place and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of Gateway Village’s gardens and pond area.
Gateway Village has a lot on offer from yummy food, hot or refreshing beverages, art displays, theatre performances to the Hume Murray Farmer’s Market from 8am every second Saturday. Visit www.hmfb.or