Riverina Region

Hotels in Wagga Wagga NSW

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Wagga Wagga, 2650, NSW, Australia

Wagga Wagga (called simply Wagga by locals) is a city on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in the Riverina Region. It is the largest inland city in New South Wales Wagga Wagga is midway between Sydney and Melbourne – approx 500 km from each capital, where the Sturt and Olympic highways meet, and west… Read More

Riverina Region, NSW, Australia

Riverina refers to a south-western agricultural region of New South Wales, noted for its flat plains and warm to hot climate.  The Riverina Region includes the following towns: Griffith Hay Narrandera Wagga Wagga Riverina Community Links Riverina Environmental Education Centre  … Read More

Narrandera, 2700, NSW, Australia

Narrandera it lies on the junction of the Newell and Sturt Highways and is the gateway to the productive Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area in the New South Wales Riverina Region. Narrandera is 549kms from Sydney, 428kms from Melbourne, 852kms from Adelaide and 341kms from Canberra. The annual John O’Brien Festival festival celebrates “John O’Brien’s” poetry, bush… Read More

Hay, 2711, NSW, Australia

Hay was established in 1859 on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River and at the junction of the Mid Western, Sturt and Cobb Highways. Hay is a part of New South Wales Riverina Region. Local Council: Hay Shire Council Local Schools: Hay Public School, Hay War Memorial High School Hay Accommodation… Read More

Griffith, 2680, NSW, Australia

Griffith is a city in the south west region of New South Wales, a thriving city developed as a result of irrigation. Griffith is a part of New South Wales Riverina Region. Griffith Festival of the Gardens – Tour around a variety of privately owned town, farm and outback gardens, see floral art & quilt… Read More