Guide to Wagga Wagga in Winter
Whether you like to gather indoors with family or friends, or prefer to rug up and head out, there is something for everyone to keep entertained this winter in Wagga Wagga. Stay with us at the Pavilion Hotel Wagga this winter and save up to 20%* off!
Wrap yourself up in winter woollies, wander the laneway and see creativity that will spark your own. Lost Lanes is a live-art exhibition where it will make a long-lasting impression with the addition of two murals down Cadell Place. Watch the artists live in action while jiving to live sets, standing fire-side and treating yourself to street food delights. Be sure to get to Wagga on the 22nd June, this is an even not to be missed!
Workshops and Classes
Stay out of the cold winter weather and heighten your skills with a number of workshops and classes available on offer! To learning how to paint ceramics at the Artisan Shed, to Spanish cooking classes to celebrating Bastille Day with a French Cuisine cooking class, there is something for everyone! Head to visitwagga.com for more information about the wide range of workshops and classes on offer.
Wagga Swap Meet
The largest swap between Sydney and Melbourne will be in Wagga Wagga on the 21st July! Featuring over 800 stalls from across four states. This massive event will highlight auto-memorabilia, antiques, bric-a-brac, ornaments, collectables and so much more!
If you want to immerse yourself in the culture of Wagga Wagga, the markets are the way to go. The following markets are running throughout winter as usual:
Every Thursday: Riverina Producers’ Markets 1:30pm-6:30pm, Wagga Wagga Showgrounds
Every Saturday: Mates Gully Produce Market 9:30am-11:30am, Mates Gully
Last Friday of the Month: Foodies Night Market, Wagga Wagga Showgrounds
STAY: Stay with us in the heart of Wagga with a wide range of accommodation options available. Stay and save up to 20%* off this winter! Book Now.
Photo via Visit Wagga