Itineraries | Morning noon and night

Three friends enjoying wine at a Wagga Wagga vineyard

No matter what type of traveller you are, when you #visitwagga, there’s something for you to see + do all hours of the day and night.

Check out our personalised itineriries below. Head to our listing pages for full lists of things to see + do, places to eat + drink and where to stay.

For the laidback types

Morning | Enjoy a sleep in at one of the great hotels, boutique apartments or luxury farmstays in our Wagga Wagga + Surrounds region. Some of our picks include, The Townhouse Hotel, the Mecure Wagga Wagga, Quest Apartments, Civic Apartments, Belisi Farmstay Cottage or a little further out of the city, Hillview Farmstay.
Take your time to rise and then head out, many cafes in Wagga Wagga offer all day breakfast – so don’t rush. Why not try Infuso, Café Sonder, 10 Best Street or Uneke Lounge.

Noon | After enjoy brunch in the sun why not then take a leisurely stroll along the Wiradjuri Trail. A popular, flat section of the track can be found right in the centre of the city. Start at Riverside: Wagga Beach, then head towards Fitzmaurice Street, pass by the large-scale laneway murals. If you want to keep following the trail, you’ll walk past Wiradjuri Reserve and then on to Marrambidya Wetland. Then follow your steps back.
After your stroll, take a weight off by enjoying a treatment at Wagga Wagga’s art-deco housed day spa in Fitzmaurice Street. The perfect way to round out a laidback afternoon.

Night | Enjoy a casual cocktail and some dinner at Wagga Wagga’s Birdhouse Bar and Kitchen, then walk across the road to enjoy a night at the theatre. See Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre’s listing for show dates, times and to book tickets.

Two females admiring the laneway street art murals in Wagga Wagga

For the adventurous types

Morning | Rise with the sun and trek on high through the Birramal Conservation Area. This wonderful, rugged area can be found in the south-west of our city near the Lloyd housing estate. Start your walk up off Holbrook Road and head up past the Symbolism public artworks. From here head past the sugar glider poles and keep travelling west until you get to the top of the rise and be rewarded with countryside views to the south, including, on a clear day, views of Kengal, The Rock Nature Reserve, in our neighbouring Lockhart Shire.

Noon | After all that hiking, you must be hungry … and thirsty. Enjoy a freshly brewed beer, teamed with a pizza or some other tasty bites off the menu, at The Thirsty Crow Brewing Co. - Wagga Waggas’ home-grown brewery.
Once you’ve fuelled up, it’s time to jump on the bike for some down hill trail fun at Pomingalarna Reserve. Just ten minutes’ drive from Wagga Wagga’s CBD, ‘Pomi’, features a number of trails with various levels of difficulty.  Need a bike? You can hire one from local bike specialist, Kidsons Cycles.

Night | Set up camp under the stars. Choose from a river side reserve, such as Oura Beach Reserve, 15 minutes from Wagga Wagga, or Big4 Holiday Park Wagga Wagga has campsite available. Grab a hamper from Knights Riverina for dinner, dessert or cheese and wine sorted.

Walking in the Birramal Conservation area in Wagga Wagga

For families

Morning | Take the kids for a play at Livvi’s Place playground at Wagga Wagga's Bolton Park – one of the city’s newest play spaces.

Noon | After burning off all that energy at the park, treat the kids, and yourself, to in-store made gelato in a cup or cone from Gelatissimo Wagga Wagga. Then it’s off to explore the natural wonders at Marrambidya Wetland – how many birds and animals can you spy? And, right across the road from the wetland is Wagga Wagga’s own strawberry farm. Pick as many berries as you like at Bidgee Strawberries and Cream (open seasonally from October to April).

Night | Many Wagga Wagga eateries are family-friendly, so take your pick and enjoy the night off cooking – choose from Romano’s Hotel, Giuseppe’s Restaurant and Bar or Schnitz. Before heading to bed, take the kids to see the most magical place in the city – the fairy lights in the tree at the Victory Memorial Gardens.

Family walking around the wetland in Wagga Wagga