Situated on the banks of the Wollundry Lagoon in the Wagga Wagga’s CBD, Victory Memorial Gardens are perfect for family outings and picnics. The 2.02 hectares of gardens were established back in 1925 as a tribute to all the martyred who fought and died in the First World War. It is a wonderful and relaxed place which comprises of the memorial arch, children playground, senses garden, monuments and memorials, and a covered stage. You will love being here in Victory Memorial Gardens.
If you love art scenes and inspiring sculptures, then must visit Lockhart Sculpture and Heritage Trail. It is a place where you can discover captivating farm art sculptures created from recycled farm materials. Stroll around the Farm Art Trail to witness the exclusive collection of art pieces that can make you fall in love with them. You can also explore the unmatched selection of etched pavers which represents the life and history of the town and district.
It is the most extensive library network in New South Wales offering world-class library services along with e-book, magazines, CDs, DVDs and eAudio. People who love reading new things come to this place to embrace knowledge in a relaxed atmosphere. You can explore everything about the Wagga Wagga community here while enjoying a sip of coffee. Being located in the heart of the city, anyone can visit the library to discover and develop a love for learning and reading.
Wagga Wagga’s Steam and Vintage Engine Museum showcases an excellent range of working engines. You can take your whole family along to see the vintage steam and oil engines – it would be an educational and enjoyable outing for your children. The museum is operated by Wagga Historic Engine Club Inc. to ensure visitors get the right information along with other facilities.
Nestled in the Willans Hill, beautiful Botanic Gardens are covered in more than 22 acres. There is a mini zoo, children’s adventure playground, flight aviary at free of cost, rainforest section and a lot more to keep kids engaged for hours. Apart from this, these gardens also include the Chinese pavilion and Tree Chapel. If you love nature and wall to take a moment out of your busy schedules, this is a must-visit place.