Wagga Wagga


The largest inland city of NSW, Wagga Wagga offers a destination for everyone looking to meet in the middle and experience something entirely new. Its location offers four distinct seasons, so if you’ve been wanting to escape coastal monotony for a change in temperature and wardrobe head here any time of the year for something different. With festivals, markets, museums, and events going on year round, it won’t be hard to find yourself immersed in a new adventure ranging from crafts to beer.

City dwellers can find comfort in Wagga Wagga’s centre of town, with an abundance of wineries, restaurants, cafes, and pubs to hop to and from. Situated on the Murrumbidgee River, views are bound to be spectacular as you walk along the Wiradjuri walking track, through the streets and beautiful gardens.

Explore the culture and art at the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery or the National Art Glass Gallery for pieces and collections from local and visiting artists. Check the visitor centre for events surrounding different exhibitions or head to the RAAF Wagga Aviation Heritage Centre for a museum showcasing the best in Australia’s aviation history.

For those looking to escape, lose yourself in the Botanic Gardens of Wagga Wagga or head to Lake Albert where you can take part in cycling, walking, boating, kayaking and fishing. The waterway offers a multitude of activities surrounded in nature and beauty and is home to many species of birds to watch. It’s easy to be enchanted by the beauty and culture of Wagga Wagga.