Belvoir Park Community Wood-fired Oven operates on Harmony Day on March 19, 2017

FRESH APPROACH: Wodonga Apex Club’s Trevor Staats and Mark Boehm (president) give the Belvoir Park Community Wood-fired Oven a test run ahead of Sunday.
FRESH APPROACH: Wodonga Apex Club’s Trevor Staats and Mark Boehm (president) give the Belvoir Park Community Wood-fired Oven a test run ahead of Sunday.

THE first public use of Wodonga’s community wood-fired oven will coincide with Harmony Day on Sunday.

A joint effort between the Australian government, Victorian government, Wodonga Apex Club and Wodonga Council, the Belvoir Park Community Wood-fired Oven was officially opened in February.

On Sunday people can bring everything they need to make their own pizzas between 11am and 2pm to Belvoir Park, where Wodonga Apex Club members will cook them.

Wodonga mayor Cr Anna Speedie said shared funding, expertise, community ownership and commitment had delivered a first-rate facility to the region.

“This is a fabulous community resource that will be used and enjoyed by many in the community for years to come,” she said.