The main shopping area of Wagga Wagga is along the main road called Baylis Street. There are many major supermarkets and shopping centres here, including the followings:
- Wagga Wagga Marketplace
- Sturt Mall
- K Mart
Every Sunday you will find the Sunday Markets at the Myer car park in O'Reilly Street. You'll find all sorts of things for sale at the markets like pets, crafts, foods, 'trash & treasure' stuff, books etc.
The markets are held every Sunday from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm and are run by the local Lions Club.
Homebase is a shopping centre of homewares, furnitures, auto shops, hardware etc...
You will find a Harvey Norman, Oz Design Furniture, Bunnings Warehouse, Fourty Winks, Sheridan Factory Outlet, Captin' Snooze, KFC, Hungry Jacks and more.
If you would like to get on the internet to check emails or whatever, Civic Video (in Forsyth Street) has an internet section available for use until late.
The Library in the Civic Centre (Cnr Baylis Street and Morrow Street) also has internet access but the opening hours are mainly just business hours.
The Marketplace is Wagga's other major shopping mall. Inside you will find around 60 speciality stores - a food court, Big W, Woolworths, clothes shops, a chemist, hair dressers, newsagency, gift shops, jewerly shop etc...
Free undercover parking is also available via Morgan Street or Berry Street...
The Sturt Mall has a variety of shops like KMart, Coles, clothes shops, food shops, KFC, newsagents, chemist, gift shops, jewelry shop, music shop, bakery, shoe shop, hair dressers, flower shop and more.
The centre is currently being renovated to include more shops and so that it will be more enclosed...
It is hearty to know that both Big W and Woolworths are open till midnight on weekdays and they close a little earlier on weekends. This is a great point for all your food and last-minute needs. There is also a Coles just 50 metres away. There are two smaller Woolworths - one in North Wagga (Fitzmaurice St) and another in Kooringal.
What to buy: Typical supermarket items all available here
What to pay: Prices varies from store to store.
On the second Saturday morning of each month there is the Farmers Markets in Wagga Wagga.
What to buy: The markets include fresh local produce (fruits, vegies, sweets etc), crafts and more...