Wagga Wagga Transportation

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    Walking aroung Wagga Wagga

    by victorwkf Updated Aug 8, 2009

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    Wagga Wagga is a nice and cosy town, and the best way to explore the town area is by walking as the attractions are near to each other, and the main town area consists of only 2-3 main streets.

    You should also venture into the Murrumbidgee River park area just next to town, where the locals have their picnics, swim, leisure activities and there is even a caravan park here.

    Overall, I had a very pleasant and relaxing walk around Wagga Wagga town when I was there in 2008.

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    Fearnes Coaches

    by victorwkf Updated Aug 8, 2009

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    Fearnes Coach from Wagga Wagga to Canberra
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    When I was in Australia in 2008, I travelled from Wagga Wagga to Canberra by land via the Fearnes Coach buses. The buses leave at the Wagga Wagga train station, and took about 4-5 hours to reach Canberra, cost is about Australian $20-30.

    I am not sure whether Fearnes Coach still serve this land route today, you can contact them at the following website for more information.

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    Flight from Sydney to Wagga Wagga

    by victorwkf Updated Aug 8, 2009

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    Flight from Sydney to Wagga Wagga, Australia
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    The most convenient way to reach Wagga Wagga from Sydney is to take the domestic flights via either Qantas Link or REX-regional express (see website below).

    The flight time is about 2 hours via small planes, through beautiful mountains and huge plains. The Wagga Wagga airport is small and cosy, and buggage claims is a breeze.

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    Via Bus, Train, Plane or Car...

    by CandS Updated Sep 7, 2005

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    Scenery on the way to Old Junee

    To get to Wagga you could take an aeroplane from Sydney or Melbourne direct via Regional Express (REX)... Flights also arrive from Albury and Griffith... (Regional Express web site) Or you can fly with Qantas if you prefer.

    Via bus you can try Greyhound/Macaffertys (Greyhound web site) or our local company called Fearnes. (Fearnes web site)

    You can take the train also...to check out details go to the Country Link website.

    Or via car you can drive along one of the many roads into Wagga...the two most popular roads into Wagga are the Sturt Highway and the Olympic Highway.

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    Getting around Wagga...

    by CandS Updated Jul 26, 2003

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    Beckwith Street Bridge

    You can catch a bus or taxi around the city or drive if you have a car. It is easy enough to walk around the CBD without transport but there is a Shuttle Bus available that does the length of the main street if you need it and there are public transport buses to the suburbs also.

    A free public transport map is available from the Visitor Information Centre.

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  • Bus Schedule - Sydney/Canberra to Wagga

    by chanac Written May 2, 2003

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    Wagga Bus Station (next to Railway Station)

    **Effective 28th April 2003**

    Daily Bus Express Service (SYDNEY)
    Depart Wagga Railway Station:0700
    Arrive Sydney Central Railway Station:1340

    Depart Sydney Central Railway Station: 1410
    Arrive Wagga Railway Station: 2035
    (Coach no longer services Yagoona and Strathfield)
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    Daily Bus Express Service (CANBERRA)
    Depart Wagga Railway Station:0700
    Arrive Canberra Jolimont Centre:1030

    Depart Canberra Jolimont Centre: 1715
    Arrive Wagga Railway Station: 2035
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    Daily Bus Express Service to Canberra or Sydney
    via Junee, Cootamundra, Young, Harden, Binalong and Yass
    Depart Fearnes Depot Wagga:0615
    Arrive Canberra Jolimont Centre:1030

    Depart Canberra Jolimont Centre: 1715
    Arrive Wagga Railway Station: 2120

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  • Flights: Canberra-Wagga Wagga

    by chanac Updated May 2, 2003

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    From April 28,2003, Brindabella Airlines will start a new direct flight between Wagga Wagga and a few other towns.

    Canberra (DBR) to Wagga Wagga (WGA)
    Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr Dep.CBR 0900; Arr.WGA 0945 Flight FQ009
    Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr Dep.CBR 1830; Arr.WGA 1915 Flight FQ011

    Wagga Wagga (WGA) to Canberra (CBR)
    Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr Dep.WGA 0955; Arr.CBR 1040 Flight FQ010
    Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr Dep.WGA 1925; Arr.CBR 2010 Flight FQ012

    All flights CBR-WGA or WGA-CBR are "direct and no stops" and are on a Piper Chieftan aircraft.
    Qantas Frequent Flyers can earn points on all these flights.

    Brindabella Airlines Tel: 1-300-668-884

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  • Travelling by Train/CountryLink

    by chanac Written Apr 28, 2003

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    Wagga Wagga Rail Station

    CountryLink Railway Travel Centre in Wagga Wagga offers "Advanced Purchase Fares".
    If you book 7 days in advance, you get a 40% discount and if you book 14 days in advance, you get a 50% discount.
    Conditions apply. Non refundable. Maybe rebooked but only to full fare. For further enquiries, call this number (02) 6939 5488 Mon to Fri only. After hours, call 132-232.

    Trains leaving Sydney daily at 0743 and 2043, arrives in Wagga 1348 and 0243 respectively.

    Trains leaving Melbourne daily at 0830 and 1945, arrives in Wagga 1248 and 0006 respectively.

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  • Car Rental

    by chanac Written Apr 25, 2003

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    The following car rentals have offices in Wagga Wagga: Avis, Hertz, Thrifty.

    Hertz and Thrifty offices are very close by each other (about 500m away) along the Sturt Highway as you get into town from the Airport.

    Here are the phone numbers:
    Thrifty (02) 6921 6477
    Avis (02) 6921 9977
    Hertz (02) 6921 8048

    Avis office is about 400 m from the Railway Station.

    The above phone numbers are the local office contacts so hopefully, you will get better deals from them.

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