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Top Things to Do and See
Victory Memorial Gardens
The beautiful Victory Memorial Gardens are located right in the heart of the city, making a great first stop after your flights to Wagga Wagga. The gardens were created in 1925 as a way to remember Australians who lost their lives during World War I. Points of interest in the gardens to see after your cheap flights to Wagga Wagga include Anzac Avenue, the Sunken Garden, and the Garden of Peace Roses.
Museum of the Riverina
Wagga Wagga is located within NSW’s agricultural Riverina region. When you book return flights to Wagga Wagga, there are two Museum of the Riverina locations where you can learn more about the region. You can visit the museum in both the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens and beside the Victory Memorial Gardens. Museum exhibits touch on Australian sporting history, WWI, inspirational women of Wagga Wagga, and the local history of Wagga Wagga.
Livingstone National Park
A great way to experience the region is to get outside of the city after your flights to Wagga Wagga. Livingstone National Park is located about 30 kilometres (18.6 miles) south of the city. The park is made up of gorgeous landscapes and hikes to enjoy when you have tickets to Wagga Wagga. The park is located within Wiradjuri Aboriginal land, offering some fascinating history and stories to visitors with flights to Wagga Wagga. There is also plenty of native wildlife to spot, including kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, and parrots.
Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins
This spot is a great way to learn more about the NSW Gold Rush after your cheap flights to Wagga Wagga. The Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins can be reached in about an hours’ drive from Wagga Wagga. While gold is no longer mined here, you can still see remains of the area’s gold mining history. Hiking trails weave through the Adelong Falls Gold Mill Ruins with viewing platforms overlooking the area and a swimming hole at the base of the falls.
The Yarrangobilly Caves can be found at the northern end of Kosciuszko National Park. The caves were formed from limestone about 440 million years ago. Visitors with return flights to Wagga Wagga can tour the three different caverns that make up the Yarrangobilly Caves. After your flights to Wagga Wagga, you can walk through the caves on either a guided or independent tour and take a dip in the caves’ natural thermal pool.
Cafes and Restaurants
Magpies Nest Restaurant
Magpies Nest is the ideal restaurant for a special meal after your flights to Wagga Wagga. The restaurant features modern Australian cuisine and has a gorgeous atmosphere overlooking the Wagga Wagga countryside. Start your meal with a cheese platter and a glass of local wine, then enjoy main dishes such as Riverina lamb and Tasmanian salmon.
This Thai fusion restaurant is a popular spot among both locals and visitors in town thanks to cheap flights to Wagga Wagga. Thaigga is located in the heart of the city, right beside the Murrumbidgee River. The restaurant puts an Aussie twist on traditional Thai dishes, including coconut prawns, massaman curry, pad Thai, and pineapple fried rice.
The Pot ‘n’ Kettle Coffee House
This cafe is a popular dining spot to enjoy after your return flights to Wagga Wagga. The Pot ‘n’ Kettle Coffee House is located on a quaint street just minutes away from the city centre. The cafe features a rustic design and an outdoor patio that is perfect for a sunny day. After your flights to Wagga Wagga, you can visit the Pot ‘n’ Kettle for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or an English-style afternoon tea.
The Uneke Lounge is a great cafe located in the heart of Wagga Wagga. The cafe is beautifully designed with exposed brick walls and lots of natural lighting. After arriving into Wagga Wagga Airport (WGA), you can visit the Uneke Lounge for breakfast, lunch, or a coffee and pastry. The cafe uses fresh, local ingredients and offers outdoor seating.
The Best Time to Visit
With hot summers and chilly winters, many visitors consider spring and autumn to be the best times to book return flights to Wagga Wagga. Summer days reach about 30°C with higher levels of humidity, and winter can drop to about 3°C at night. Meanwhile, spring and autumn both experience pleasant weather of about 22 to 25°C during the day. While Wagga Wagga rarely experiences high numbers of tourists, August is the city’s busiest month. With no true high season, you’ll have no trouble finding great deals on Wagga Wagga hotels and an airfare to Wagga Wagga.