Wagga Wagga Hotel & Accommodation

Referred to by the locals as just Wagga, the largest inland city in NSW is renowned for its stunning parks and gardens and mix of regional and city life, nestled within some of Australia's most beautiful surrounds.

Wagga Wagga rests on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and its leafy streets and parks are a sight to behold all year round. An alluring mix of natural and architectural beauty, there's something in Wagga Wagga for everyone, whether you're looking for fantastic dining experiences, the great outdoors or great city attractions.

Located midway between Sydney and Melbourne, and just a two and a half hour drive from Canberra, Wagga Wagga is located off the Hume Highway. It is also serviced by flights from Sydney and Melbourne.

Accommodation in Wagga Wagga is diverse, ranging from charming townhouses to more upmarket and luxurious hotels. Whether you want to be located within the bustling main streets or on the outskirts of town among nature, you'll surely find a room to suit your needs.

The city is a family friendly hub, and has an array of activities for the whole family ranging from go-kart racing, to simply passing time in Wagga Wagga's countless parks and playgrounds. There's nothing more calming than taking a nature walk along the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, and relaxing in some of the region's most serene bushland.

One of New South Wales' bustling regional hubs, Wagga Wagga hosts a number of award winning restaurants and organic delis, though that's not to say there aren't countless country pubs offering hearty meals you'd expect in Australia's outback.

With a thriving cafe culture, you'll also be delighted by the regional produce and delicious treats on serve at the many eateries around the city.

For something more cultural, Wagga Wagga is home to numerous museums, art galleries and theatres exhibiting local and national art, history and culture. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery has an impressive collection and works by some of the greats of Australian painting, and the Museum of Riverina has many diverse exhibits which tell the city's many stories.

Book yourself some Wagga Wagga accommodation and visit one of Australia's most iconic regional cities.