Wagga Wagga is the capital of the Riverina and the largest inland city in NSW. It is situated at the banks of the majestic Murrumbidgee River in the heart of Wiradjuri country with a population of 60,000 people.
Wagga Wagga is an ideal place for holiday. The city offers a magnificent variety of attractions, including museums, galleries, theatre, wineries, a world-class aquatic centre, shopping, cinema, clubs, restaurants and more! There are also cycling and walking trails, river cruises, boating, fishing, sailing, canoeing, horse riding, tennis, bowls, golf, rock climbing, a skateboard park and self-guided tours covering public art, Wiradjuri heritage and Military history.
Also, Wagga Wagga is an excellent place for business and education. It has 3,000 businesses, education institutions and defence force institutions, including the Riverina Institute of TAFE, Charles Sturt University, RAAF Base Forest Hill and Kapooka Army Recruit Training Base.
The Botanic Gardens is an award winning tourist attraction. Set on 20 hectares the Botanic Gardens have many things to see and do, you can walk or take a ride on the miniature train around the beautiful gardens, visit the zoo and aviary to see more than 90 species of animals and birds, and visit the Museum of the Riverina.
Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery and National Art Glass Collection
The Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery is located in the Civic Centre. It showcases a range of travelling exhibitions from local artists throughout the year. The National Glass Collection is also situated in the Civic Centre and contains one of the largest collections of studio glass in the country.
Wagga Beach is situated on the bank of Murrumbidgee river, it is a great place for a BBQ, picnic and water activities.
Charles Sturt University Winery and Cheese factory
Kapooka Army Base
Museum of the Riverina
Sporting Hall of Fame
Victory Memorial Gardens
Wiradjuri Walking Track