Getting to Wagga

Wagga Wagga is the cross-roads of South Eastern Australia, easily reached from Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra by air, rail, coach and road.

Plane

Qantaslink and Regional Express fly between Wagga Wagga and Sydney and Melbourne more than 160 times a week. Comprehensive scheduling means you’ll be able to arrive in Wagga Wagga on a service at a time that suits you. Friendly taxis and shuttle bus services know our fine city inside-out and are on hand at the airport to meet all flights. Wagga Wagga airport is approximately 15 kms from the centre of the city.

There is a Shuttle Bus Service available to take you from the Airport, to your accommodation, to Kapooka and back again after the parade. Bookings can be made on 0458 350 100.

QantasLink phone 13 13 13 or www.QantasLink.com.au

Regional Express (Rex) phone 13 17 13 or www.Rex.com.au

Wagga Wagga Radio Cabs: (02) 6921 4242
Shuttle Bus 0458 350 100
Car Rental: Avis 6921 9977

Train

CountryLink’s fabulous XPT services rocket up to the iron-laced verandahs of Wagga Wagga Train Station twice daily from Sydney and Melbourne.

CountryLink phone 13 22 32 or www.CountryLink.com.au

Coach

Coach services provided by Greyhound/McCafferty’s arrive in Wagga Wagga from Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney. Firefly Express Coaches provide a service to Wagga Wagga from Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne. CountryLink also provides coach services to Wagga Wagga from throughout regional NSW.

Greyhound/McCafferty’s phone 13 20 30 or www.Greyhound.com.au
CountryLink phone 13 22 32, www.countrylink.info
Firefly Express Coaches phone 1300 730 740 or www.fireflyexpress.com.au

Car

Wagga Wagga is positioned at the halfway point between Melbourne and Sydney and is at the junction of the Sturt & Olympic Highways, just off the Hume Highway.

Sydney to Wagga Wagga: 458 km
Melbourne to Wagga Wagga: 455 km
Canberra to Wagga Wagga: 240 km