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Wagga Wagga is a regional city in the beautiful Riverina is on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River sitting about a 4h 45min drive from Melbourne and Sydney and 2h 40min from Canberra. Wagga Wagga has an amazing food and wine scene, delightful galleries, tranquil riverbank walks, gorgeous gardens and parks, and a fascinating heritage. A short drive from the city centre are award-winning boutique wineries, such as Borambola, Eunonyhareenyha and Cottontails, which has a restaurant. In the city, you’ll find a tasty range of restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as charming country pubs and Thirsty Crow, a microbrewery. With accommodation options to suit various budgets, NSW’s biggest inland city is a great base for exploring the Riverina...

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Wagga Wagga is a regional city in the beautiful Riverina is on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River sitting about a 4h 45min drive from Melbourne and Sydney and 2h 40min from Canberra. Wagga Wagga has an amazing food and wine scene, delightful galleries, tranquil riverbank walks, gorgeous gardens and parks, and a fascinating heritage. A short drive from the city centre

Wagga Wagga is a regional city in the beautiful Riverina is on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River sitting about a 4h 45min drive from Melbourne and Sydney and 2h 40min from Canberra. Wagga Wagga has an amazing food and wine scene, delightful galleries, tranquil riverbank walks, gorgeous gardens and parks, and a fascinating heritage. A short drive from the city centre are award-winning boutique wineries, such as Borambola, Eunonyhareenyha and Cottontails, which has a restaurant. In the city, you’ll find a tasty range of restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as charming country pubs and Thirsty Crow, a microbrewery. With accommodation options to suit various budgets, NSW’s biggest inland city is a great base for exploring the Riverina and an ideal meeting place. Explore the enchanting Botanic Gardens, home to a zoo, a free-flight aviary and the Willans Hill Miniature Railway. Wander alongside the river on the Wiradjuri Walking Track, which circles much of the city and takes in the splendid Marrambidya Wetland, a sanctuary for water and migratory birds. QantasLink operates daily direct flights to Sydney, and Regional Express operates daily flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney or Melbourne for travel to Wagga Wagga.

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