WAGGA WAGGA

The hub of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga is the largest regional city in NSW. Vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcoming, there is great natural beauty, period architecture, great shopping, career opportunities and affordable housing.

WAGGA WAGGA

The hub of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga is the largest regional city in NSW. Vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcoming, there is great natural beauty, period architecture, great shopping, career opportunities and affordable housing.

WE FEEL MORE ALIVE

Rhys and Kate moved to Wagga Wagga from Canberra

Here in Wagga everything is easy - easy to get to work. We feel part of the community, so much more family time together. Life is now so much more - we have the time for the real things.  

WELCOME TO WAGGA WAGGA

If you’re curious of mind and you enjoy discovering new things, you’ll love Wagga Wagga.

From stunning landscapes and unusual architecture to sassy shops and a vibrant arts scene, it’s a place that will capture your imagination and tempt you to call it home.

The hub of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga is the largest regional city in NSW. Vibrant, cosmopolitan and welcoming, there is great natural beauty, period architecture, great shopping, career opportunities and affordable housing.

Oh, and some of Australia’s most iconic sportspeople have come from Wagga Wagga. What capital city can say all that!

Wagga Wagga offers excellent opportunities in many areas including defence, health, engineering, and construction. A thriving and growing community, Wagga Wagga has a diverse economy so doesn’t rely solely on one or two industries. This means greater employment opportunities and a resilience to industry downturns.

Lifestyle and housing go hand-in-hand in Wagga Wagga. With a median house price of only $322,818 – you can now afford a mortgage and a life. Try that in Sydney!

From heritage CBD and riverfront homes, to land, estate and acreage options, Wagga Wagga has something for all tastes and budgets.

QUICK FACTS

Housing Prices

Median house price $322,818

Key Employment Prospects

Medical & allied health, aviation, education & training, engineering, construction, retail, property & business services, public sector and hospitality

Key Business Opportunities

Professional and technical services, aviation, transport & storage, manufacturing, medical and dental services, trade and construction, retail

Schools

24 primary schools (17 public and 7 private); 8 secondary schools (3 public, 5 private), specialist education facilities and a variety of early education services

Tertiary Education

Charles Sturt University, University of NSW, University of Notre Dame, Royal Australian Air Force Base, Army Recruit Training Centre, TAFE NSW – Riverina Institute, Riverina Community College and the Australian Airline Pilot Academy

Retail Services

7 suburban shopping centres, 2 urban malls, bulky goods outlets, national and international franchises and independent boutiques

Leisure and Dining

A number of restaurants specialise in regional produce and are recipients of hospitality awards. You’ll never go hungry or thirsty with a range of outlets to suit every taste and budget with over 100 pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes

Health

2 major hospitals (Wagga Rural Referral Hospital and Calvary Private Hospital), medical imaging, day surgery, numerous General, Dental and Specialist Medical Services, aged care facilities

Climate

Wagga experiences four distinct seasons - hot summers, warm springs, fresh autumns and frosty winters. The temperature range reflects the diversity of seasons with averages of 14-32 in summer and 3-14 in winter. Annual mean rainfall of 572mm

Population

63,428