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Wagga Wagga Area


Family activities in Wagga Wagga

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, go-kart racing and the amazing Oasis Aquatic Centre.

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About the Wagga Wagga Area

Situated on the beautiful Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga is a beguiling mix of natural and architectural 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 Licorice and Chocolate Factory, known for its organic produce.

Local areas

  • Coolamon Easy walking tracks around Coolamon shire help you discover the abundance of native animals, birds and flora
  • Cootamundra Visit the Sir Donald Bradman Birthplace Museum, a restored cottage filled with fascinating cricket memorabil
  • Gundagai Gundagai, nestled between Mt Parnassus and the Murrumbidgee River, is home to the Dog on the Tuckerbox monum
  • Junee Don't miss the exhibits of the huge Roundhouse Rail and Transport Museum in the railway town of Junee.
  • Lockhart The town of Lockhart is classified by the National Trust; it's known for the main street's deep, shady vera
  • Temora Take the Two Foot Tour around 20 historical sites in Temora, a historic gold rush town also known for its hu
  • Wagga Wagga The largest inland city in NSW is known for its gorgeous parks and gardens, and its superb Riverina food and
  • West Wyalong Discover historic West Wyalong on the town's ‘crooked mile' main street or along the West Wyalong Heritage W

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