You would expect to find only small townships out in the western parts of New South Wales, but Wagga Wagga is far from small! This hive of activity is where you can find a rich agricultural region that offers everything from entertainment, attractions, sights and delights along with plenty of accommodation and wonderful locals.
Whether you're into sport, arts or sightseeing, Wagga Wagga is uniquely endowed with a wealth of attractions. While you are here you have to visit some of Wagga Wagga's must see attractions, including the Botanic Gardens, Wagga Wagga's Federation Amphitheatre, Victory Memorial Gardens, the Royal Australian Air Force Museum, Fitzmaurice Street where there is some excellent shopping, the Murrumbidgee Turf Club, the Museum of the Riverina as well as the Kapooka Military Base. These are just some of the things that you can see and do while you are passing through Wagga Wagga.
The Murrumbidgee River provides many opportunities to get out on the water, with some wonderful cruises easily being booked throughout the year. Perhaps you just wish to sit back and cruise along the river and go wildlife spotting or perhaps enjoy a lunch or dinner onboard one of the vessels. However you wish to spend your day you can always do it in style!
The Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens is a special place to visit where you can spend an hour or even the day. Here you can enjoy 20 hectares of lush surrounds that boasts not only award winning gardens but also the wineries that are based in and around Wagga Wagga are a wonderful way to fill in a day! Visit one of the cellar doors, taste test some locally produced wines or wander through the vineyards. Wagga Wagga is renowned for its wines, so this is definitely a must do while you are here!
There's always something on in and around New South Wales' largest inland city. Wagga Wagga plays host to a range of festivals, events and markets such as the Wagga Wagga Jazz and Blues Festival, the Garden and Leisure Festival, Dusty Days, the Wagga Wagga Food and Wine Festival as well as the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup, the Wagga Antique Fair held approximatley 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th October each year, the Wagga Wagga Show and awesome Farmers Markets and Sunday Markets.
So start making plans to visit the bustling city of Wagga Wagga is the western parts of New South Wales and you will surely be surprised as to what this vibrant destination has to offer.