Bring the boat

Fishing from a boat at Wiradjuri Reserve in Wagga Wagga

Planning a visit to Wagga Wagga and have the boat in tow? Here’s where you can find boat access ramps for the Murrumbidgee River and Lake Albert.

  • Wiradjuri Reserve (pictured above): Off Narrung Street, five minutes from Wagga Wagga’s CBD
  • Kohlhagens Beach: Kohlhagens Road, off the Sturt Highway west of Wagga Wagga
  • Oura Beach: Off Wagga Wagga Street in Oura Reserve, east of Wagga Wagga
  • Sandy Beach: Sandy Beach Lane, off River Road, east of Wagga Wagga
  • Lake Albert: Apex Park on the eastern side and Wagga Wagga Boat Club on the western side

Wagga Wagga + Surrounds region

Heading further afield? Here's where you can locate boat ramps in our Wagga Wagga + Surrounds region.

Narrandera: Brewery Flat, Buckingbong Reserve, Lake Talbot, Rocky Waterholes + Berembed Weir – Grong Grong

Lockhart: Lake Urana

Temora: Lake Centenary

Gundagai: Murrumbidgee River – Off Nangus Road + Junee Road, Morleys Creek, Stony Beach, North Gundagai

Tumut: Blowering Dam, Talbingo Dam, Tumut Pond Reserve (Cabramurra)

Tumbarumba: Khancoban Pondage, Tooma Reservoir

Wanting more? Check out the Roads and Maritime Services Boat Ramp map for all boat ramps across New South Wales.

Stay safe

The Murrumbidgee River (pictured below), and all inland waterways, are great places to cool off or enjoy a spot of fishing or water sports. But always remember to respect the river:

  • Never swim alone
  • Avoid alcohol around water
  • Wear a life jacket
  • Learn lifesaving skills

Gum trees, sand and water in the Murrumbidgee River at Wagga Beach