Industries include agricultural support services, tourism, a medium density fibreboard factory, Thales Australia ammunition factory and aviation.

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Benalla Gardens Oval is the home of the Benalla & District Cricket Association.

Benalla is also home to the Benalla Bandits Baseball Club who compete in the North East Baseball Association, The team plays out of Racecourse Reserve, Benalla.[1] Benalla is home to the Gliding Club of Victoria at the State Gliding Centre located on the Benalla airfield.

The Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE has a campus in Benalla which includes the Benalla Performing Arts and Convention Centre opened in 2004 by Lynne Kosky MP, the then Minister of Education and Training.

The campus included GRADA, a regional academy of dramatic art offering courses in Acting, Dance and Production and now specializes in Nursing and Engineering courses with direct links to local businesses for work placements, The other Go Tafe campuses in the region include at Shepparton, Wangaratta and Seymour.

The annual Wall to Wall Street Art Festival has been held since 2015, curated by Juddy Roller Studios, usually the week before Easter.

Over one long weekend dozens of world class artists create one giant outdoor gallery in the town.

This club is the longest continuous operating gliding club in Australia and has played host for the World Gliding Competition in 19.

Many of the club's members travel from Europe each summer to enjoy the warm weather and ideal soaring conditions of the region.

Benalla has two secondary schools, Benalla P-12 College (which has four campuses comprising Prep-yr 2; yr 3-6; yrs 7-9 & 10-12), FCJ College and three primary schools: Benalla P-12, St.

Joseph's Primary School] ([ and Australian Christian College - Hume.

is a small city located on the Broken River in the High Country north-eastern region of Victoria, Australia, about 212 kilometres (130 mi) north east of the state capital Melbourne. Prior to the European settlement of Australia, the Benalla region was populated by the Taungurong people, an Indigenous Australian people.