Latchford Barracks is an Australian Army base in the suburb of Bonegilla, located about 8 kilometres to the east of Wodonga, Victoria. It is named after Colonel E.W. Latchford, MBE, MC.
The base was established in 1940 as the Bonegilla Army Camp. From 1947 to 1971 the camp was used for migrant accommodation. In 1978 there was a major property redevelopment, and much of the property was demolished, Latchford Barracks was formally opened in 1983.
The Army Logistic Training Centre (ALTC) HQ is located at Gaza Ridge and Latchford Barracks.
The Albury Wodonga Military Area consists of three barracks:
- Gaza Ridge Barracks (North and South Bandiana)
- Wadsworth Barracks (East Bandiana)
- Latchford Barracks (Bonegilla).
Albury Wodonga Military Area
- Army School of Logistic Ops (ASLO)
- School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (ASEME)
- School of Transport (AST)
- School of Ordnance (ASO)
- School of Health (ASH)
- ADF Chaplains College (ADFCC)
Other AAFCANS Services
- Wi-Fi – Yes
- Foxtel – Yes (soldiers lounge)
- Dry Cleaning – No
- Catering – Yes
- Military Gear – Yes
Welfare Disbursements 2020/21
$50,991.84 (Albury Wodonga)
Other Services on Base
- Hairdresser / Barber
This information is sourced from https://www.defence.gov.au/Bases and is updated periodically.
Defence Base Contacts
02 6055 2273
8am – 4pm
Monday – Friday