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Useful information on Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga — also known as the “City of Good Sports” — is located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River near the slopes of the Great Dividing Range. New South Wales’ largest inland city is blessed with natural beauty, so rest assured there is plenty to do in the area. Wagga Wagga not only offers the finest venues to play a variety of sports, it also has a long, illustrious history set in a beautiful, rural landscape.

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Top campervan and motorhome campsites in Wagga Wagga

BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Wagga Wagga can be found at 93 Hammond Avenue (Sturt Highway) in Wagga Wagga. The park offers a wide range of ensuite cabins, powered sites and unpowered sites. Its facilities include a pool, playground, laundry, barbecue facilities, sullage, camp kitchen and an adventure playground.

Carinya Cabins and Caravan Park is located at 449 Pine Gully Road in Wagga Wagga. It lies near the Charles Sturt University campus, and many local attractions. The accommodations that it offers are cabins, cabins with ensuites, powered sites and unpoweredf sites.

Forest Hill Caravan Park sits at Sturt Highway, in Forest Hill. It is a family owned and operated venue that is situated near the CBD and airport. The park is pet friendly, and offers accommodations such as cabins and powered and unpowered sites.

Top attractions in Wagga Wagga

Lake Albert is a popular artificial lake that lies within the suburb of Lake Albert, Wagga Wagga. The lake serves as an ideal venue for boating, bird watching, fishing, leisure walking, water skiing and many other water sports.

RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre formerly Wagga Wagga RAAF Museum - Wagga Annex is in Forest Hill. The military museum first opened its doors to the public in June 1995. It features indoor and outdoor displays of aircrafts and large collections of photographs and memorabilia.

The Murrumbidgee River offers everyone a large sandy beach, clear waters and picturesque sights along its banks. Fishing, swimming, barbecuing, picnicking and leisure walking are just some of the fun activities within this natural oasis at the heart of Wagga Wagga.

City of Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens covers 20 hectares of land within the suburb of Turvey. The park has a music bowl, a zoo, tree chapel, the Willans Hill Model Railway and several beautiful gardens made to bring peace and happiness and preserve the natural beauty of the area.

Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre is on Burns Way at the corner of Tarcutta Street, Wagga Wagga. Its aims to empower the community of Wagga Wagga to participate in cultural activities. The theatre features a wide range of local performances while also hosting events and catering to touring shows all year round.