Top 5 Things To Do In Wagga Wagga

Wagga Wagga is the capital of the Riverina region in New South Wales, providing an exciting and yet relaxed lifestyle for residents and visitors. This vibrant city’s tasty food and wine scene, galleries, riverbank walks and fascinating heritage will charm you. Stay with us at The Pavilion Hotel, centrally located in Wagga Wagga. We’ve put together a Top 5 list of Things To Do in Wagga Wagga during your stay!

Botanic Gardens
The Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens is a must-see during your stay at the Pavilion Hotel. The gardens are made up of 20 hectares of themed garden beds, free flight aviary, a mini zoo, model railway and an adventure playground to suit all ages. In 2018, the Botanic Gardens celebrated its 50 years since its official opening. Definitely a must do when you are in Wagga!
Wagga Botanic Gardens
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Rail Heritage Station Museum
Situated on the historic Wagga Wagga Railway Station platform , this vast collection of magnificent photographs and railway memorabilia depicts the local history of the railway and is shown in a unique presentation for both the young and old.

National Art Glass Collection
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery’s National Art Glass Collection is the most comprehensive public collection of Australian studio glass. It reflects diversity in style, subject and technique and holds pieces beginning from the 1970s. Be immersed in the contemporary display of art and spend an afternoon or morning wandering around the beautiful collection.
Wagga National Art Glass Collection
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Wagga Wagga Winery
Wagga Wagga Winery planted its first vines in 1987 and has become one of Wagga’s leading tourist attractions. Built to reflect the Australian pioneer spirit it houses a wealth of archival local history and memorabilia. Visit this stunning winery and enjoy high quality wines exuding elegance.

Wiradjuri Walking Track
The Wiradjuri Walking Track covers around 42 kilometres, circling much of the city and exploring hilltops and everything in-between. It also winds through Silvalite Reserve and Pomingalarna Park – perfect for a little wildlife spotting or enjoying some of the best views over the city! Enjoy a stroll or a cycle during your stay in Wagga Wagga.
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Where to stay? Stay with us at the Pavilion Hotel, Wagga Wagga! Positioned perfectly between Sydney and Melbourne in the middle of Wagga Wagga, you can choose from a variety of rooms to suit your needs. Book Now!

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