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The Cube Wodonga

The Cube Wodonga is a state-of-the–art entertainment centre in Wodonga’s central business district, located at 118 Hovell St.

It is owned and operated by Wodonga Council, and is a community asset for all to benefit from.

It was completed in August, 2012 and replaced the former Wodonga Civic Centre, which operated from 1971 to 2011.

The Cube Wodonga has the capacity to host diverse events and deliver exciting programs.

This includes touring bands and theatre shows, local community performances, film screenings, conferences, weddings and much more.

The venue is unique to North East Victoria and can be tailored to suit almost any event or show.

It has a large auditorium that can open up to the courtyard outside or can be divided to make a smaller, more intimate auditorium for smaller meetings or gatherings.

Its automated retractable seating means the venue can be set-up in theatre style (410 seats) or flat floor mode (for live concerts). Roundtables can also be brought in for conferences or receptions.

There is also a meeting room available for hire and a community lounge. The community lounge is accessible to all and has ports for recharging motorised wheelchairs/scooters, lounge chairs and a microwave.

A café and bar operates out of the venue and catering is available to hirers.


118 Hovell Street Wodonga Victoria 3690

Phone: (02) 6022 9223

Getting here

Disabled car parks are available in the main car park to the city offices in Hovell St.

Taxis can pick-up and drop-off at the Hovell St entrance.

If you need assistance from the taxi into the venue, please contact the box office on (02) 6022 9311 prior to your arrival.

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Acknowledgment of Country

The Wheeler Centre acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional owners of the land on which we work. We pay our respects to the people of the Kulin Nation and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, past and present.