Wagga Wagga, simply referred to as Wagga, is an inland city within easy reach of many of Australia’s most popular cities, including Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide. By road, Wagga is very easy to reach from any of these cities, while those coming from a little bit further out have the option to fly into the regional Wagga Wagga Airport
The city is located near the Murrumbidgee River, and is fairly easy to get around either by car or public bus. While in Wagga, don’t miss a chance to experience some of the local wine and cheese, most conveniently paired together for many tour groups at the Charles Sturt University Winery
, which features locally made cheese with unique bushland flavors.
Hotels in Wagga are spread out through the rest of the city, some offering exciting city center locations while others can enjoy quieter riverfront properties. The city center is also home to the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
, which features a large collection of Australian prints and an impressive glass arts collection.
There’s much more to see and do in Wagga Wagga, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to explore where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.