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Packets of Coolamon Cheese and other grocery items in a fridge self serve for customers

From home delivered cakes (Haran’s Patisserie we’re looking at you), driveway cocktails (Birdhouse Bar and Kitchen brilliance) the production of hand sanitiser (Junee Licorice and Chocolate factory – genius!), contactless payments (pretty much everyone) and more.

There isn’t much our Wagga Wagga + Surrounds tourism partners (and many other local and innovative businesses) haven’t thought of in the past few weeks, ensuring we are all fed, have access to supplies, and importantly, are kept safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Follow our Visit Wagga Wagga blog posts for the latest corona change-ups our local businesses are implementing, and how you can support these businesses.

We all know home-delivered pizza is delicious, but what about home-delivered beer (yes, you read that right – thanks, Thirsty Crow Brewing Co.)? or farm gate florals to brighten your work-from-home desk or office space (Little Triffids Flowers sprouted this great idea).

With so much uncertainty around, it’s a true testament to our innovative and inspirational businesses owners for being so adaptive at this time.

Enough from us, here’s some great ways to support local businesses at this time by shopping online – who doesn’t love an excuse to shop from the comfort of their own home? – or think about purchasing a gift voucher to use at a later date:

  • River and Wren Market
  • Coolamon Cheese
  • Circa 1929 Spa
  • The Source Bulk Foods
  • Ted & Olive Boutique
  • Ashculme Textiles
  • Wollundry Grove Olives
  • Little Triffids Flowers
  • Paper Pear
  • Texas Jane
  • Belisi Farmstay + Belisi Wellbeing and Equestrian Centre
  • Food I am
  • Kidsons Cycles

See our eat + drink page and see + do page for more on each of the above businesses and for a full listings of partners in our Wagga Wagga + Surrounds region.