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Wagga Wagga Tourist Information & Travel Guide

With a population of about 47,000 people and being the largest inland city with New South Wales, Wagga Wagga provides you with the best holidaying opportunity that you can find in Australia. The city is strategic, located midway between Sydney and Melbourne. It is not only the regional center for other regions such as Riverina but also an agricultural and military base. In addition, the city is one of Australia’s transport hubs. With a very rich history, Wagga Wagga is also the seat of a Roman Catholic diocese.


While planning your Wagga holiday, take note that you can enter the city by road or air. You may land at either Sydney or Melbourne international airports and use the linked daily-scheduled air service to local Wagga Airport at Forest Hill. The service is operated by Regional Express and QantasLink. While Wagga’s Airport is operated by the Royal Australian Air Force, it has a civil wing. Alternatively, you may enter the city by rail from either Sydney or Melbourne using the Sydney-Melbourne route and alight at Wagga railway station. While you may hire a tour car at either Sydney, Melbourne or Wagga Wagga, you may consider using the varied transport services available in the city. While Busabout Wagga provides bus service from the city to the suburbs, Radio cabs are available 24/7.
Despite the fact that Wagga Wagga is located inland does not mean that it has no beach. The city prides itself in having the Wagga Sandy Beach along the Murrumbidgee River. The beach is frequented by both locals and tourists during the warmer months for picnics, swimming and barbecues. You can take the opportunity to float down the river from 600 meters upstream at The Rocks. In addition to the Wagga Sandy Beach, you have Wollunndry Lagoon and Lake Albert Parks to visit, with varied recreational facilities.
Wagga Wagga provides you with a lot of entertainment activities and venues. You may choose to attend Wagga Civic Theatre or visit Wagga botanical gardens that also host a small zoo. The Museum of Riverina, Regional Art Gallery and City Library are also at your disposal.
You may undertake several activities while in Wagga Wagga. Spare some time to walk the 30-km Wiradjuri Walking Track that loops, starting at the Visitors Center to Lake Albert and the Botanical Gardens. You may also climb the 360-m rock outcrop and have a perfect view of Mt. Kosciuszko, watching the wedge-tailed eagles and falcons nesting on the rock.
Wagga Wagga boasts of some of the best tourist hotels, motels, retreats, inns and cottages of all classes and accommodation should not be a problem. What you may need to do is book online before your arrival to secure a room or rooms. Regardless of accommodation type, you are bound to receive high quality service in addition to other facilities including Cable Television, daily newspapers, Internet and Spa services. Several restaurants are also available, serving varied international and local cuisine.
Wagga Wagga and other surrounding towns have Visitor Information Centers that have proved valuable to tourists. They are located at strategic locations for your convenience. Ensure that you obtain all the information you may need whenever you visit the centers. You should in fact make them your first call point on your arrival.

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