The Terminus Hotel was one of the earliest hotels in Wodonga, with clear links to the establishment of the railway line. It was an important business and meeting place from the original construction in 1873 until 1st June 1998 the Terminus Hotel when it was destroyed by fire. It provided a popular venue for social activities, including competitive darts, both through its own competition and as part of the Albury-Wodonga District Darts Association. The remains of the building were demolished in 1999.
The Terminus Hotel was an important meeting place in Wodonga for more than 100 years. This item is representative of one of the social and sporting activities it provided for members of the local community.
A wood and metal trophy with a figurine of a darts player mounted on the top and a metal panel engraved with players' names.
Inscriptions & markings
At base of trophy: "A.W.D.D.A 1992 / A GRADE PREMIERS / TERMINUS ALBURY"
On front of trophy, top to bottom " J. DEKRUIFF (C)