Wagga Wagga: A lively City

Wagga Wagga is a city of exciting and fun-loving events. Something is always happening in this eclectic city of NSW. The town is best known for its vibrant nightlife, culinary delights and art scenes. Whether it is bush dancing or wine tasting, canoe paddling or gallery browsing, there is something astonishing for everyone in this riverside city.

Well-Renowned Civic Theatre

This civic there is best known for its diverse cultural activities within the community. It is a centre of attraction for many national and international touring shows and local events. The theatre boasts around 488 seat auditorium, lavish bar, spacious foyers, high-class lighting and sound systems and beautifully-designed balcony overlooking the stunning landscapes of Wollundry Lagoon.

Take a trip to Wineries

Wagga Wagga is popular for grapes so why not indulge and take a sip of our fine-tasting wines. The city has got various famous wineries and breweries to let you discover the real taste of red and white wines. You can visit Borambola Wines, Eunonyhareenyha Winery, Charles Sturt University Winery and Thirsty Crow Brewing Co.

The City of Sports

Recognised as the City of Good Sports, Wagga Wagga is home to many world-famous sportsmen. The city is renowned for producing notable sporting figures, and that’s why people here in Wagga Wagga are passionate about sports. Whether you love rugby, cricket, swimming, football or basketball, the city has a lot to offer you.

Finest Education Facilities

Being one of the largest regional centres for education, Wagga boasts of 24 primary schools, 25 pre-schools, 8 secondary schools and is also home to Charles Sturt University. There are also various famous schools for mentally and physically disabled students.

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If you’ve ever been to Wagga Wagga, then do share your story/experience with us. We would love to revive the memories that you created in this beautiful and relaxed environment.

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