Wagga Wagga, located in the Riverina region of New South Wales, has a range of attractions and activities for visitors. One of the top attractions is the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, which features a miniature railway, a zoo, an aviary, and a children's adventure playground. For art and history enthusiasts, the National Art Glass Gallery and the Museum of the Riverina offer insights into contemporary art glass and the region's heritage. The Wiradjuri Trail, spanning about 42 kilometers, provides opportunities for walking and cycling, allowing visitors to explore the natural beauty of the area. In the city's CBD area, there is an outdoor art gallery showcasing sculptures, murals, mosaics, and bronze works.
The Wagga Wagga region offers diverse landscapes, including foothills and plains, which provide outdoor experiences such as kayaking on the river, bushwalking, and enjoying scenic landscapes. Visitors can also indulge in boutique shopping and savor diverse culinary experiences, including fresh, seasonal fare sourced from local farms and award-winning cooking classes. Whether it's connecting with the area's rich indigenous history, scaling peaks for panoramic views, or exploring the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, the region offers a wide array of activities to suit different interests.
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Welcome to 'Bundyi Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge' tours, where you can explore the land of Ngurambang and experience the culture of the Wiradjuri.