Family Activities in Wagga Wagga
Wagga Wagga in NSW is a vibrant regional city in the beautiful Riverina region on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. Known as the garden city of the south, it is the perfect destination to take the whole family this spring. With a range of accommodation options, located in the heart of the city, stay with us at the Pavilion Hotel. Read on to discover our guide to family activities in Wagga Wagga!
The Museum of the Riverina
The Riverina is a very interesting place and the Museum of the Riverina gives all an insight into our amazing Australian region. With a number of fascinating exhibitions covering a range of topics, there will be something that interests all members of the family! With most exhibits being interactive, the kids will love the museum.
Visit Lake Albert
Lake Albert is one of Wagga Wagga’s most popular attractions. A man-made lake and surrounded by beautiful parklands, it is an ideal spot for fishing, water skiing and sailing. Hosting two golf courses, walking and cycling tracks, barbeque facilities, a picnic area and children’s playground, Lake Albert makes a fun day outing for the family!
Go for a walk through the Wiradjuri Walking Track
If you want to get up close with Wagga Wagga nature, take the family for a walk along the Wiradjuri Walking Track. Covering around 42 kilometres, circling much of the city and exploring riverbanks, hilltops and everything in-between. The track winds through Silvalite Reserve and Pomingalarna Park, perfect for wildlife spotting or enjoying some of the best views over the city!
Willans Hill Miniature Railway
Situated in the Botanic Gardens, the Willans Hill Miniature Railway runs through the garden and features an authentic station and booking office. The track weaves through a garden setting, through woodlands, a tunnel and over a bridge. No visit to Wagga Wagga is complete without a ride!
Where to stay? Stay with us in the heart of the city at the Pavilion Hotel Wagga Wagga! With everything at your fingertips from welcoming hospitality to all of the facilities you could need, book your stay today!
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