4 Bedroom apartment located close to Wagga Wagga's CBD
Check-in: 1:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Perfect for a group booking
This apartment was perfect for our group, especially being able to split the beds into singles. Glen was very accommodating- it was greatly appreciated.
Great apartment, no worries!
I booked this apartment for my sales team who were working Wagga's Leisurefest.
They found the apartment fantastic!!
The balcony & bbq was an absolute hit for them too.
Thank you for the stay, we will be back next year.
Perfect place, well set up, beautiful bathrooms and great beds, will be back for sure
Cant wait to come back again
Lovely apartment with all you need for a comfortable stay in Wagga
Funky, light filled appartment with great views. Easily accomodates everyone with its 4 bedrooms and the comfy beds guarantee a great nights sleep.
And with easy walking distance to the Main Street you don’t need to move the car.
Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW and highly regarded as an important urban, agricultural, military and transport hub. It is home to several leading museums and galleries, an amazing amphitheatre, spectacular gardens, stunning wineries, gorgeous rivers and lakes and some of the most innovative sporting facilities in Australia.
You’ll never run out of things to do and see in Wagga Wagga!
You can find major retail outlets and lovely boutiques in central Wagga Wagga amongst trendy cafes, high end restaurants and salons all within a short distance from your stay.
If you’re interested to learn more about Wagga Wagga‘s history, visit the Riverina Museum on William Hill. A second exhibition in the Historic Council Chambers regularly hosts a program of travelling exhibitions. One of the most popular galleries is the Council's Regional Art Gallery which is located in the Civic Centre which showcases a magnificent collection of paintings and sculptures by Australian artists. Nearby is the National Art Glass Gallery which showcases Australia's largest collections of studio glass.
Wonderful live theatre performances and concerts can be seen in the Wollundry Amphitheatre. The Farmers Market is also held every second Saturday of the month from 8am to 12 noon at the Amphitheatre where you can find fresh produce from local farms for dinner.
Take the kids for a swim at the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre which has an awesome turbo pool to keep them entertained, or if you prefer being outdoors, Wagga Beach is a lovely spot to enjoy a dip in the river, picnics and barbecues.
If you know your sparkling wines, you’ll definitely want to visit Charles Strut University Winery, a producer of premium table, fortified and sparkling wines. Situated on the campus of the Charles Sturt University, their cellar door is open to visitors for tasting.
The Murrumbidgee River is a great spot for picnics and other recreational activities. If you’re keen for exploring, be sure to check out Lake Albert which is surrounded by beautiful parklands and some of Wagga Wagga's best real estate. You’ll never run out of activities, it hosts two golf courses, walking and cycling tracks, barbeque facilities, a picnic area and a children's playground. It is also a wonderful spot for water sports such as fishing, water skiing and sailing.
Enjoy a golf tournament at Wagga Wagga Country Club, a picturesque club situated on the banks of Lake Albert. Offering an outstanding eighteen-hole championship golf course measuring 6054 metres from the back markers, it is widely acclaimed as one of the best country golf courses in New South Wales.
If you would like to honour those who are serving our country, Royal Australia Air Force base March out parades are held to acknowledge the completion of the Recruit Course for both permanent and reserve members joining the RAAF. The Kapooka March Out Parades are also held to acknowledge the completion of the Army Recruit Course and the Reserve Recruit Training Course. The Graduation Parade and March Out day gives family and friends the opportunity to join in celebrating the achievements and graduation of soldiers’, airmen and airwomen.
Pack your fascinator and best suit! Wagga Gold Cup Racing Carnival is a prestigious horse racing event, attracting a top field of horses, along with a 'fashions on the field' competition.
Get involved in the Gears and Beers Festival, a community cycle challenge held on Sunday, 30th September 2018 to raise money for charity. Festival atmosphere, outstanding locally roasted coffee, accompanied by local regional food plus first class musical entertainment. A must do event for cyclists around the country who enjoy a quality beer at the end of a ride.
Charles Sturt University Graduations
Henty Machinery Field Days is Australia’s premier mixed farming event. Located in the heart of the nation’s food bowl in southern NSW, Henty Machinery Field Days is an agribusiness supermarket attracting more than 60,000 visitors each year.
Cottontails winery is known for hosting some of the towns most magnificent weddings. You’ll be welcomed by beautifully landscaped gardens surrounded by vineyard, rolling hills and panoramic countryside. If you’re visiting for a wedding you’ll be pleased to know that it’s only a short drive from your stay.
Wagga Eisteddfod boasts the Riverina’s finest choirs with a spectacular display of talented musicians, singers and dancers performing around town all year round.
Clay Target Shooting is a sport that can be enjoyed by the whole family as a recreation at a local gun club, or at a competition level from registered club events to regional, state, national and international competitions.
Easter holiday events include Easter egg hunts at Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, rides, face painting, wood turners, a classic car display, food stalls, craft and roving entertainers throughout.