Wagga Wagga is a major local city in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia. Spanning the Murrumbidgee River, with an urban population of more than 56,005 as per June 2018, Wagga Wagga is the state's biggest inland city and is an influential agricultural, military, and transport hub of Australia. The ninth quickest growing inland city in Australia, Wagga Wagga is situated midway between the two biggest cities in Australia–Sydney and Melbourne–and is the major regional centre for the Riverina and South West Slopes areas. The central business area is concentrated around the commercial and leisure grid bounded by Best and Tarcutta Streets and the Murrumbidgee River and the Sturt Highway. The major shopping street of Wagga is Baylis Street which converts Fitzmaurice Street at the northern end.
Wagga Wagga Airport is situated adjacent to RAAF Base Wagga, and 5.9 nautical miles (10.7 km; 6.7 mi) southeast of Wagga Wagga in New South Wales, Australia. The airfield is an active base but is rented by the Wagga Wagga City Council on a 30-year agreement from the Australian Department of Defence, with RAAF Base Wagga being a ground training centre. The airfield is still used by military aircraft, mainly transport aircraft transporting freight or passengers. Regional Express retains it's fleet of Saab 340 passenger and freight aircraft at Wagga Wagga Airport. There is one flight available from Changi International Airport to Wagga Wagga Airport daily.
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The fullest month for tourism in Wagga Wagga, Australia is in May, followed by July and August. Prices for hotels and flights will be most costly during these months, though you can save if you purchase well three months in advance. Tourists are not likely to visit Wagga Wagga in December. Those willing to visit at these periods will likely find it the slightest expensive month.
National Art Glass Gallery - National Art Glass Gallery is situated at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre which started storing studio glass in 1979 under the name Wagga Wagga Art Gallery but was switched to its existing name to recognise the galley's national significance.
Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens - Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, Australia are situated in the Wagga Wagga suburb of Turvey Park on a 20-hectare location on the southwestern slopes of Willans Hill Reserve. Entrance to the gardens is via Macleay Street near the corner of Lord Baden Powell Drive. There is a camellia garden, Island and Bamboo Garden, a tree chapel, native flora section, Shakespearean garden and cactus and delightful garden.
Victory Memorial Gardens - Victory Memorial Gardens are placed on the banks of the Wollundry Lagoon in the main business area of Wagga Wagga New South Wales, Australia. The 2.02 hectares (5.0 acres) of land were previously the site of the Old Police Barracks and Police Paddock, where all the patrol horses stayed. It became land for public activity in February 1931.