The Carlyle Motel
148 Tarcutta Street, Wagga Wagga, 2650, Australia
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Anyone for a cuppa?
I will be breezing in and out of both Wagga Wagga and Griffith over the weekend commencing Friday and Saturday 24th and 25th March and briefly Sunday maybe. Happy to meet up with any vters in the vicinity on those days. Let me know if interested in a cuppa and/or a chat.
I have never been here before so if you have any useful info I would be glad to hear it too.
RE: Anyone for a cuppa?
I'd love to meet up but I think I'll be away that weekend (not confirmed yet though). I will keep you updated when I find out for sure what I'm up to.
Are you staying overnight in Wagga? There's not heaps to 'do' here but depending on what you're into I'm sure you'll find something that interests you. :) If you want a map of Wagga etc, write to the Visitor Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they should send it out asap. :)
Anyway, will update you at some stage before next weekend...
RE: RE: Anyone for a cuppa?
Thank you Sherie....I will send for the info....it will be a great help. Yes I will stay overnight maybe amble in Thursday arvo, stay Friday and Saturday night one place or the other. Not fine tuned yet but flexible to a degree. I will look forward to the update, thank you and really enjoy meeting you if poss.
Travel Tips for Wagga Wagga
Wagga Wagga Civic Centre
This is the Wagga Wagga Civic Centre where you'll find the Council staff, Library, Art Gallery & Regional Glass Gallery among other things. The Visitor Information Centre is also just behind the Civic Centre.
It is located in the main street of Wagga, Baylis Street, near the Wollundry Lagoon...
Lake Albert is a man made lake in the suburb of Lake Albert (?!) that is used for bird watching, fishing, sailing, skiing and other water sports. During the warmer months the lake gets a lot of use by the locals.
It is also a great place for a picnic, remote controlled boats, walking or riding your bike etc...
The Wollundry Lagoon seperates Baylis Street from Fitzmaurice Street (the two major shopping streets in Wagga).
The Victory Memorial Gardens are just off to the east of the lagoon...it's a great place to stop for a picnic or relax for a while...
You'll find everything you need here!
You will need warm clothes in winter and cool clothes in summer... If you forget something you can go shopping in one of the many shops around town. There are plenty of camping places around so bring your tent etc if you are into camping... :)
If you visit Wagga in summer then swimming in the river is a nice way to spend some time... Or if you are not the swimming type then get some sort of floating device and float from one point to another... It's a great way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon... :)
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