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Wagga Wagga is located on the Murrumbidgee River at the intersection of the Sturt and Olympic Highways, midway on the rail line between Sydney and Melbourne.

The City is the gateway to the Riverina Region, which is a rich agricultural area of southern New South Wales, Australia.

Wagga Wagga is one of Australia's leading regional cities, and the largest inland city in NSW with a population of approximately 60,000, which offers contemporary facilities with a relaxed country atmosphere. Magnificent parks and gardens combined with culture and the performing arts, ensure that a stop over in Wagga Wagga is of value to the visitor.

Wagga Wagga offers a true 5 Star country experience, whether you reside there, are working there, or are just visiting.

Things to do in Wagga

  • Situated on the beautiful Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga is a beguiling mix of natural and architecturral beauty.
  • The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery has an outstanding collection of works by some of the greats of Australian painting.
  • The National Art Glass Gallery, part of the main gallery, has a renowned collection of glass art.
  • The area is also a haven for bushwalkers, campers and birdwatchers. Climb The Rock, a 360-m outcrop with views to Mt Kosciuszko, near the historic town of Lockhart.
  • Don't miss the Dog on the Tuckerbox at Gundagai, Bradman's Birthplace, in Cootamundra, Temora Aviation Museum and Junee Liquorice and Chocolate Factory, known for its organic produce.
  • The largest inland city in NSW is known for its parks and gardens. It 's a family-friendly city with plenty of things to do and attractions for the kids including a miniature railway, and the amazing Oasis Aouatic Centre.

Must do's:

  • National Art Glass Collection
  • Victory Memorial Gardens
  • Botanic Gardens Wagga Wagga
  • Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
  • Several wonderful local wineries
  • The Zoo
  • Wagga Beach
  • Paintball
  • Wagga Civic Theatre
  • Ten Pin Bowling
  • Forum 6 Cinemas