|Wagga Base Hospital||50 m|
|Calvary Day Procedure Clinic||500 m|
|Red Rooster||500 m|
|Wagga Calvary Private Hospital||500 m|
|Wagga CBD||900 m|
|Wagga Rail Station||900 m|
|Wagga Showground||1 km|
|Marketplace Shopping Complex||1.5 km|
|Kapooka Army Base||5 km|
|Charles Sturt University||10 km|
|Lake Albert||10 km|
|RAAF Base Wagga||10 km|
|Wagga Airport||10 km|
Towns Near By
244-248 Edward Street
Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 [map]
Phone: (02) 69214099
To Stay With Us
|All rooms are non-smoking|
|All rooms have Reverse Cycle air-conditioners|
|Swimming Pool & BBQ area|
|Room Service Breakfast|
|42” Flat screen TV with FREE Foxtel & all free to air channels|
|2 mins to city centre|
|Next to Wagga Base Hospital & close to Calvary Private Hospital|
Local Area - Wagga Wagga
Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in NSW with a population of around 67,000 & is situated on the Murrumbidgee River in the states Riverina region.
A large rural service centre with a strong commercial centre, Wagga is home to a campus of Charles Sturt University, Kapooka Army Base as well as RAAF and Navy Bases. Wagga is also home to the National Art Glass Gallery, Museum of the Riverina, Botanical Gardens and excellent wineries. The city is also highly regarded for its fine restaurants and incredible shopping centre. Regional attractions such as the Junee Licorice & Chocolate Factory, Temora Aviation Museum are only a short drive away.
Whilst staying at the Heritage Motor Inn, why not visit the following
- Wagga’s Botanical Gardens set on 20 lushes hectares has a Mini Zoo, Bird Aviary & Miniature Railway plus a children’s playground and cafe. The beautiful Collins Park & Victory Memorial Gardens is worth a walk through.
- National Art & Glass Gallery. From traditional to contemporary, there is something for all tastes & cultures. www.waggaartgallery.org
- Museum of the Riverina. Experience the history of our area with great exhibitions & educational programs. www.nsw.gov.au/museum
- Wagga Wagga Rail Heritage Museum. Over 500 historic railway items from catering & stationary to communication devices & mechanical items. www.nswrailheritage.com.au
- Sporting Hall of Fame: Wagga’s Nursery of Sports Stars-‘The City of Good Sports’ celebrates the careers of local sportspeople past & present like Peter Sterling NRL, Mark Taylor Cricket & Paul Kelly AFL.
- Our local wineries boast fine wines & foods to tempt the taste buds, not to mention the Thirsty Crow Brewery, producers of their own selection of beers. www.thirstycrow.com.au
- Wagga beach on the banks of the Murrumbidgee for a swim & a picnic.
- Lake Albert in the suburbs of Wagga plays host to Major Ski races as well as the Australian Formula Power Boat National Championship GP as well as local skiing, sail boating & picnics.
- A short drive to Junee’s Licorice & Chocolate Factory where you can watch production, taste & purchase the produce www.greengroveorganics.com.au
- Monte Cristo, the famous historical Colonial Homestead also at Junee. Take a tour & indulge in some Devonshire Tea...upon arrangement www.montecristo.com.au
Temora’s Aviation museum is renowned for its collection of flying historical aircraft hosting regular flying weekends throughout the year, only an hour from Wagga www.aviationmuseum.com.au