Getting Here & Getting Around

Wagga Wagga is located midway between Sydney and Melbourne and just two and half hours drive from Canberra.

We’re serviced by two airlines – Regional Express and QantasLink – with more than 150 flights to and from Sydney and Melbourne every week. You can also reach us by coach or train.

By Car - Wagga Wagga is situated at the intersection of the Sturt and Olympic Highways.
If travelling from Sydney or Canberra, turn off the Hume Highway approximately 35km south of the township of Gundagai.
If travelling from Melbourne, pass through Albury on the Hume Highway then turn off onto the Olympic Highway approximately 20km north of Albury.


By Air – Daily flights operate to Wagga Wagga from both Sydney and Melbourne.  Both major regional airtlines, Rex and Qantaslink, service Wagga with over 150 flights per week in and out of the City.
Regional Express (Rex) - phone 13 17 13 or www.rex.com.au
QantasLink - phone 13 13 13 or www.qantaslink.com.au

By Train - NSW Train Link visits Wagga twice daily connecting both Sydney and Melbourne with Wagga Wagga.

NSW Train Link – phone 13 22 32 or www.nswtrainlink.info

 

For more information or to make a booking, please contact your nearest NSW Train Link Travel Centre or call 13 28 29.

Wagga Taxis

By Coach - Firefly Express Coaches and Greyhound/McCafferty Coaches offer regular transport between Wagga Wagga, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. Greyhound/McCafferty’s also offer regular transport between Wagga Wagga and Adelaide. www.greyhound.com.au

Getting Around Wagga Wagga

Bus – Busabout Wagga Wagga, Phone 02 6921 2316

Wagga Shuttle Bus  - 0458 350 100

Taxis – Radio Cabs Wagga, Ph: 6921 4242 or 13 10 08

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