Wagga Wagga is located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. It is one of Australia's largest regional cities and the hub of the Riverina. The city is a mix of architectural and natural beauty. Visit the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery for its collection of great Australian paintings, or the National Art Glass Gallery with its famous collection of glass art.
The area is also popular for bushwalkers, campers and birdwatchers. Climb The Rock, a 360 metre outcrop with views to Mount Kosciuszko, near the historic town of Lockhart. Or visit the Victory Memorial Gardens, designed as a tribute to those who fought and died during World War One.
Wagga Wagga is home to the Charles Sturt University, RAAF Base Forest Hill and the Australian Army Base Kapooka. The town is also famous for producing many of Australia's sports stars.