Visiting Wagga Wagga

About Wagga Wagga

With over 60,000 people living in Wagga Wagga, we have the lifestyle and facilities to suit everyone.

Wagga Wagga is nestled on the banks of the magnificent Murrumbidgee River and is in Wiradjuri country.

It is the home of the largest campus of Charles Sturt University, and also home to Australian Army and Air Force recruitment training.

This dynamic city buzzes during the Jazz & Blues Festival in September - one of its busiest weekends of the year.

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Other events & attractions

There are many activities, events and places for you to enjoy during your stay in Wagga Wagga for the Jazz & Blues Festival.

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Accommodation

There is a great range of styles of accommodation (in excess of 2000 beds) throughout the city with something to suit all budgets.

The Friendly Staff at the Wagga Visitor Information Centre
The Friendly Staff at the Wagga Visitor Information Centre

As the Jazz & Blues Festival weekend is one of the busiest in Wagga Wagga, early booking is recommended.

For information and bookings, please either phone the Wagga Wagga Visitor Information Centre on 1300 100 122 or go to the website at www.waggawaggaaustralia.com.au.

You can also view and print a map of Wagga Wagga including the location of all the venues.

Travel

Wagga Wagga is centrally located in the middle of Australia's population triangle (Sydney [475kms], Canberra [240kms], Melbourne [440 kms]). It is well serviced by regular air, rail and bus services.