Wagga Wagga is a major regional city in the Riverina region of New South Wales. With plenty to see and do, we’ve compiled the ultimate guide for you to use! Stay with us at The Pavilion Hotel Wagga, located in the heart of Wagga.
SEE AND DO
The Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens has everything for the perfect outing! A mini zoo, free flight aviary, children’s adventure playground and rainforest will keep you occupied for hours. Showcasing various garden themed areas, this is a must-do during your stay!
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Discover some of Australia’s most beautiful limestone caves, with 6 show caves open to the public. Take a self-guided tour through South Glory Cave or enjoy guided tours that run 3 or 4 times daily.
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The National Art Glass Gallery houses a world class, nationally significant collection of contemporary art glass, featuring approximately 400 pieces. The gallery also exhibits a number of curated exhibitions which feature well known Australian and international glass artists throughout the year.
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Wiradjuri Walking Track
The best way to see Wagga? On foot of course! The Wiradjuri Walking Track covers around 42 kilometres, circling much of the city and exploring riverbanks, hilltops and everything in-between.
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EAT AND DRINK
The Thorne Street Café is a quirky, community focused café offering Wagga’s best coffee, tasty breakfasts and lunches. It is positioned in Wagga’s most stunning area in Central Wagga, opposite the locally heritage listed Collin’s Park.
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Jardine’s Café specialises in good coffee and wholesome home made meals from locally-sourced ingredients. Jardine’s is Wagga’s specialty coffee house boasting coffees from all over the world!
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Stay with us at The Pavilion Hotel, with a variety of rooms and apartments to choose from and a range of dining options, you’ll have everything at your fingertips during your stay. Book Now!
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