Parks, Wildlife and Nature

Breathe in the Riverina air as you tiptoe through gardens and stunning parks, view the natural environment of Lake Albert and Murrumbidgee River.  If you love to explore, make sure you visit the living, breathing wildlife haven that is the Livingstone National Park, where you'll uncover the different birds and wildlife that have made it their home.

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Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens

Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens

The Stunning Botanic Gardens...

The city is renowned for its stunning parks and award-winning gardens. The Botanic Gardens is a must-see with its 20 hectares of themed garden beds, mini zoo, free flight aviary, children and adventure playgrounds to suit all ages. The miniature railway operates on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month. Toilets,BBQ's and picnic facilites available. Mini Zoo hours: 9am to 4pm daily (until 5pm during Daylight Savings). Free entry.
Location: Wagga Wagga

Victory Memorial Gardens

The Victory Memorial Gardens were established in 1925 as a tribute to those who fought and died in the First World War. Thomas Kerr, designer of the Sydney Botanic Gardens, was chosen to create this tribute which is located on the banks of the Wollundry lagoon in Wagga Wagga's business centre. Click on Visit Website for more information.
Location: Wagga Wagga

Livingstone National Park and State Conservation Area

Livingstone National Park and State Conservation Area Located 30 kms south of Wagga Wagga and 10km east of Mangoplah on the South West Slopes of NSW. 60 plant species of native flora have been recorded and 126 native fauna species have also been recorded in the park. Great for camping, mountain bike riding, horse riding, picnicking, 4WD touring and birdwatching. The reserve is located within Wiradjuri Country and forms part of a wider landscape that is central to Aboriginal spirituality and identify.
Location: Mangoplah

Wagga Beach

Wagga Beach located on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, in the centre of the largest inland city of Wagga Wagga. It is very popular...
Location: Wagga Wagga

Collins Park

The tranquil setting of Collins Park provides the perfect family escape. Located in the centre of the park is a playground for the kids with...
Location: Wagga Wagga

Lake Albert

Lake Albert is one of Wagga's most popular recreational facilities. It caters for boating, fishing, swimming and other aquatic activities. The 5.5km walking track around...
Location: Wagga Wagga

Marrambidya Wetland

The Marrambidya Wetland is a stunning 20 hectare reserve located alongside the Murrumbidgee River only a few minutes from the Wagga Wagga city centre....
Location: Wagga Wagga

Wiradjuri Walking Track

The Wiradjuri Walking Track covers around 42 kilometres, circling much of the City and exploring riverbanks, hilltops and everything in-between. It also winds through Silvalite...
Location: Wagga Wagga

Pomingalarna Reserve

Pomingalarna Reserve forms part of the Wiradjuri Walking Track and is popular with bushwalkers, runners, bike riders and nature enthusiasts. Native bushland surrounds mean...
Location: Wagga Wagga

Wollundry Lagoon

The Amphitheatre and Open Space areas surrounding the Civic Theatre are set against the beautiful backdrop of the Wollundry Lagoon and provide a great area...
Location: Wagga Wagga
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