Entertainment and entertainment acts in Australia. Wodonga enjoys a wide range of entertainment, with entertainment options to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. Entertainment venues in Wodonga may include swimming pools, entertainment acts, movie theatres, casinos, night clubs, racing tracks and more. - Business Links
Wodonga has a vibrant and varied entertainment scene with something to suit all ages, tastes and budgets. Wodonga entertainment venues may include movie theatres, swimming pools, casinos, night clubs, restaurants, theatres and racing tracks. more
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Australia has a vibrant and varied entertainment scene with many cities and towns offering a range of entertainment venues including: casinos, gaming and racing tracks, movies and theatres, musical events, children's activities, swimming pools and in larger towns, a nightlife featuring pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Travellers with young (or teenage) children holidaying in Wodonga during the summer season (December to February) will almost be spoilt for choice with many family-friendly events organised for visitors and locals alike during the Christmas and summer school holidays. Events can be as varied as local bandstands, teddy bears' picnics, community barbecues, farmers' markets, arts and crafts fairs, river fun days (rafts and fancy dress costumes), Santa parades, community carol services, comedy and film festivals, kite days and so on. Even 'grown-up' sounding venues such as race tracks often include family days on their calendars which typically include sausage sizzles, face painting and bouncy castles.
Many outdoor events are often provided for free or for a small donation. If there isn't an event on, there is always free entertainment to be had in community domains (parks), which typically feature a children's playground, barbecue, picnic areas and often swimming or paddling pools.
For all year round entertainment that's totally independent of the weather, you'll find that cinemas and theatres in larger towns and cities offer entertaining programmes. In large cities there are annual arts, theatre and film festivals showcasing the best of both Australia and international performance.
Council-run and privately owned leisure centres also offer visitors and locals great recreational options for swimming, working out at the gym, playing sports or taking fitness classes.