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Cheap Sydney to Wagga Wagga Flights
Wagga Wagga is the capital of the Riverina Region. A short flight or road trip away from Sydney, it's known for its vibrant food scene, art galleries and scenic river bank walks.
With over five flights per day between Sydney and Wagga Wagga, you can be exploring this part of New South Wales in just 1 hour 15 minutes. Book your trip with Qantas or Regional Express and use Webjet to uncover the lowest airfare prices for your travel dates.
Ready to pack your bags? Here's everything you need to know about flying from Sydney to Wagga Wagga!
What events and festivals are held in Wagga Wagga?
Wagga Wagga Food and Wine Festival
First held in 2002, the Wagga Wagga Food and Wine Festival has become a mainstay of the city’s annual events calendar. Spend the day sampling fine wines produced by local wineries, browsing through food stalls, or relaxing to some great live entertainment. If you’re wanting to please your palate with some of the region’s best food and wines, book your flights from Sydney to Wagga Wagga to arrive when the festival’s in full swing.
Riverina Producers Market
Held each Thursday at the Wagga Wagga Showground, the Riverina Producers Market is a great event to attend if you’re wanting to sample some of the delicious produce made and grown across the Riverina region. Stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables, discover locally made breads, cheeses and jams, or pick up a few sweet treats to take home with you on your Rex flights from Wagga Wagga to Sydney. Enjoy the opportunity to connect with the people who grow and make the food while delighting your taste buds too.
What are the top things to do and see in Wagga Wagga?
Although you certainly won’t be catching any big waves during your visit, Wagga Beach offers plenty of great ways to pass the time once your flights from Sydney to Wagga arrive. Take a dip in the waters of the Murrumbidgee River on a warm, sunny day, set up a picnic on the riverside or simply enjoy a stroll along the water’s edge. Sheltered BBQ areas and some lovely shady spots make it a fantastic spot for a day out with family or friends.
Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens
Covering a total of 22 acres, the Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens offers plenty to see and do. Spend time exploring landscaped gardens filled with native and exotic plants, meet the animals that call the garden’s mini zoo home or let the kids run wild on the adventure playground. Be sure to check out the free flight aviary, the Tree Chapel and the Chinese Pavilion during your visit too.
National Art Glass Gallery
If you have an interest in art and design, be sure to stop by the National Art Glass Gallery before you head home on your Wagga Wagga to Sydney flights. Home to a collection of approximately 400 pieces of glass art, the gallery features several curated exhibitions, allowing you to discover the breadth and diversity of this fascinating art form.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to get to Sydney Airport?
There are several ways to get to Sydney Airport, with the most popular being by train, by taxi or via a rideshare service. If you’re travelling with a large amount of luggage, a taxi may be a good option, while the train offers a direct public transport link between Sydney’s CBD and the airport.
How far is Wagga Wagga from Sydney?
Wagga Wagga is approximately 380 kilometres from Sydney.
What does Wagga Wagga mean?
Derived from the Wiradjuri language, Wagga Wagga means the ‘place of many crows’.
Departing from Sydney Airport
Getting to Sydney Airport
Use the T8 Airport train line. It runs from the city centre to the departure terminals. The service operates every 10 minutes between 5:00 a.m. to midnight every day.
Take the local bus to the airport with route 400. The service costs as little as AUD 5.60, but it's not the quickest option. Make sure you give yourself enough of a buffer to get to the departure terminals on time.
Grab a taxi or request a ride with Uber. A trip from Sydney's city centre to the airport will cost between AUD 45-55 and take on average 20-minutes depending on the traffic.
Parking Options at Sydney Airport
There are three parking options available at Sydney Airport.
- If you're going to Wagga Wagga for the day, leave your car in P1 or P2. You'll get better rates for short-term stays.
- For trips longer than a day, use the P3 lot. It's close to the terminal building and has daily discounted parking rates.
- The cheapest parking option at Sydney Airport is the Blu Emu. It's located 15-minutes from the airport, but there is a 24-hour shuttle bus that runs between the terminals and the lot.
Arriving at Wagga Wagga Airport
Getting from Wagga Wagga Airport to Your Hotel
There are no public transport services that operate to and from Wagga Wagga airport.
The best way to get to your hotel is to take one of the private shuttle transfers or a taxi. A taxi from Wagga Wagga Airport to the CBD costs around AUD 35.
You can also hire a car from one of the five rental companies inside the Arrivals Hall.
Things to Do in Wagga Wagga
- Explore the Botanic Gardens. Its 20 hectares of land features a mini zoo, themed garden beds and playgrounds for children. There is also a miniature railway that operates on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, and picnic facilities are also available.
- Visit the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery. It houses an extensive collection that includes pieces from some of the Riverina's most well-known artists.
- Take a drive to Livingstone National Park. It's the perfect day trip for outdoor enthusiasts who want to spend a few hours bike riding, bird watching or hiking.
- Discover Wagga Wagga's art scene with the Lockhart Sculpture and Heritage Trail. It will take you past art sculptures made from recycled farm materials, historic verandahs and the Greens Gunyah Museum.