A wealth of history, architecture, culture, and natural beauty.

Wiradyuri Country

Wagga Wagga

With its colonial history and stunning natural beauty, this little-known destination is a must-visit for anyone looking to explore the Australian Outback.

Nestled in the heart of New South Wales on the Murrumbidgee River is the charming city of Wagga Wagga. Visitors can savour local delicacies, explore riverside trails, or simply relax and take in the stunning views of this unique corner of Australia.  Let’s take a closer look at what makes this city so special.

History and Culture

Wagga Wagga has a long history stretching back to 1829 when it was first settled by Europeans. It was originally known as “The Crossing Place,” due to its location at the convergence of two rivers, and later renamed after the local indigenous language. The city’s colonial heritage is still evident today with many historical sites such as Fort Courage and The Old Council Chambers that are open to visitors. This rich culture also carries over into events like The National Trust Heritage Festival which celebrates both local and national history.

Attractions Galore

When you visit Wagga Wagga, there’s no shortage of things to do! From exploring nature trails in nearby national parks like The Murray Valley Regional Park to visiting iconic landmarks like The Wiradjuri Walking Track – there truly is something for everyone! Not to mention all the great restaurants, bars, shopping centers and art galleries that can be found throughout the city – you won’t have any trouble finding plenty of activities to enjoy while you’re here.

Natural Beauty

One of the best things about visiting Wagga Wagga is being able to appreciate its stunning natural beauty. Whether you take a leisurely stroll along one of its many riverside paths or simply admire the incredible views from atop its picturesque hills, there are countless opportunities to take in all that Mother Nature has to offer here. Plus, if you’re an animal lover then don’t forget to check out Charles Sturt University Zoo – home to some of Australia's most exotic species!

Wagga Wagga truly has something for everyone – from nature lovers looking for adventure or those seeking cultural experiences - there really is something for everyone here! With its rich history, abundance of attractions and beautiful scenery - it's no wonder why this hidden gem continues to draw in visitors from near and far every year. So why wait? Start planning your trip today and get ready for an unforgettable experience in one of Australia's best-kept secrets!

Wagga Wagga Map   





The Sapphire Coast
The Sapphire Coast

The Sapphire Coast stretches from Bermagui to the north in New South Wales to the Victorian border in the south.

Uncovering the Beauty of Mungo National Park
Uncovering the Beauty of Mungo National Park

Mungo National Park – a vast expanse of ancient landscapes and unique wildlife that will take your breath away.

The Beauty of Crystal Shower Waterfalls
The Beauty of Crystal Shower Waterfalls

Crystal Shower Falls walk starts from the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre and the walk takes you behind the waterfall.

Wagga Wagga  -  Bushrangers & Heritage
Wagga Wagga - Bushrangers & Heritage

Bushrangers were a common sight in the small town of Wagga Wagga during the 1800s.

Broken Hill - A Movie Favourite
Broken Hill - A Movie Favourite

Despite its humble size, Broken Hill has played a significant role in the movie industry over the past decades.

Port Macquarie - Beaches or Hinterland
Port Macquarie - 17 Beaches +

Port Macquarie is known for its 17 uncrowded beautiful beaches, lush hinterland, abundant wildlife and a diverse variety of attractions.

New South Wales - Overview
About New South Wales

New South Wales, the first frontier! It from here that the rest of Australia began its journey. So not only do you get to enjoy all it has to offer, but you also get to witness a bit of history also.

Darling Harbour
Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is situated on western outskirts of the Sydney CBD with activities and things to do for most tastes and people.

The Charm of Sydney's Fishburn Ferry
The Charm of Sydney's Fishburn Ferry

Sydney is blessed with an abundance of beautiful attractions, both natural and man-made.

Kiama Coast Walk
Kiama Coast Walk

A 90 minute drive south of Sydney along the Grand Pacific Drive is Kiama, where you’ll discover uncrowded beaches, marine and national parks.