The Best Places To Visit in Wagga Wagga

Handpicked Top 3 Places To Visit in Wagga Wagga, NSW. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Willians Hill, Macleay Street, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

Since 1969

Botanical Garden, Zoo, Children's Adventure Playground, Free Flight Aviary, Rain Forest Section, Tree Chapel, Chinese Garden, Picnic Facilities, Succulent Garden, Camellia & Cactus Gardens

Free Entry - There are located in the Wagga Wagga suburb of Turvey Park on a 20 hectare site on the south western slopes of Willans Hill Reserve

ABN 58 327 787 154
Mon - Sun : Open 24 hours

Whilst Visiting Wagga Wagga our Families decided to meet in the Botanic Gardens. The Gardens are just beautiful well maintained and plenty of room for children to run free and play in the huge playgrounds even a flying fox and a separate area for toddlers where they can play to their hearts content without parents having to worry about them escaping. BBQs and coffee shop where you can also buy Ice creams and other treats. BUT! the best is yet to come A SMALL FREE ZOO.

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Station Pl, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

Since 2009

History Museum, Military Museums, Displays of Aircraft, Memorabilia and Photographs Center, Historic Railway Items, House & Workforce

Free Admission - They share with the public valued railway heritage assets collected over 20 years - This group aims to preserve railway heritage equipment, historic records and heritage assets of the Wagga Wagga area

ABN 20 163 414 326

Price: Entry $2.00
Mon & Sat : 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Sun, Tue - Fri : Closed
It is located in the former Porter’s Room on the Historic Wagga Wagga Railway Station Platform and houses over 500 historic railway items from catering and stationary equipment to communication devices and mechanical items.
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1 Tom Moon Ave, Temora, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2666

Since 1999

Museum, Aircraft Collection, Flying Display, Educational Programs, Events, Volunteer Tour Guide, Collection, Ex-Military Aircraft & Historical Aircraft

The Museum is home to many historic ex-military aircraft that range from the World War II era to the Vietnam War era and holds Aircraft Showcase - More than 10,000 personnel were involved in operation of No 10 Elementary Flying Training School

ABN 68 100 499 616

Price: Non-Flying Day Admission Prices - Adult $13.00, Adult (over 65 years) $11.00 & Child (3 - 16 years) $7.00
Mon - Sun : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

I was a pilot many years ago and to to visit this aviation museum was a great experience. It is relatively cheap at $13 adult fare. And for this you could easily spend several hours wandering through the complex, listening to recordings of veterans who flew in combat. The static display of many working planes is fantastic. There is a theatre which has comfy reclining chairs where you can listen to the many wonderful stories of aviation. Well worth the visit.

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