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Willans Hill Miniature Railway, featuring an authentic station and booking office, runs through the Botanic Gardens on 2 kilometres of track that weaves through themed gardens, woodlands, and a tunnel. Garden areas showcase camellias, cacti, Australian natives and more. A mini zoo, free flight aviary, and rainforest section are part of the attraction.
Museum of the Riverina, situated next to the Botanic Gardens, presents collections of objects, photographs, textiles, and paper. The museum also features the Wagga Wagga Sporting Hall of Fame. The Rail Heritage Station Museum includes model train layouts while the Steam and Vintage Engine Museum displays an array of working engines.
Other cultural offerings in the city include the National Art Glass Gallery. Located at the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre, the gallery presents a comprehensive collection of Australian studio glass. Wagga Wagga Art Gallery offers a range of exhibitions by local and international artists, and Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre offers live performances including concerts and ballets.
City exploration is easy with the Wiradjuri Walking Track which covers around 42 kilometres. The walking track circles much of the city and winds through Silvalite Reserve and Pomingalarna Park. It includes the Wollundry Loop which allows for a leisurely walk along part of the Murrumbidgee River and the perimeter of the Wollundry Lagoon.
Wagga Wagga Beach is another popular destination. The riverside beach has an attached caravan park with accommodation ranging from tent sites to cabins and caravans. Visitors enjoy relaxing on the shaded lawn and swimming in the river. It is fun to have a picnic on the banks of the river or under a covered barbeque center. There are many things to see and do in Wagga Wagga.