Edward Street multi dwelling development application approved Council approved development application DA23/0676 for 9 two storey dwellings at 251 Edward Street, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 (Lot 10 DP123) subject to...

Wagga Wagga City Council is running a free briefing session next month for anyone interested in standing for elected office in the 2024 NSW Local Government Elections.Local Government NSW (LGNSW)...

At its 13 May Ordinary Meeting, Council supported the final business case and concept designs for a major entertainment and convention centre and First Nations cultural centre located at the...

Wagga Wagga City Council is seeking your thoughts and ideas to update its Reconciliation Action Plan, which will guide Council’s commitment to reconciliation in Wagga Wagga on Wiradyuri Ngurambang.Council will...

Wagga Wagga City Council this week said a big “thank you” to the many volunteers who undertake vital work on behalf of Council.A special afternoon tea for Council’s volunteers was...

Wiradjuri/Wiradyuri and First Nations Elders, young people and community members are invited to gather at the Sorry Day Rock to commemorate National Sorry Day on Sunday 26 May 2024.Wagga Wagga...

Wagga Wagga City Council has received funding of almost $4.5 million under the Federal Government's Growing Regions Program for a project to carry out works as part of the development...

Commemorative events were held this week to mark formal completion of two significant infrastructure projects in the Wagga Wagga region: the Botanic Gardens Precinct Renewal and Dunns Road Upgrade.The two...

Wagga Wagga's netball community can look forward to several exciting upgrades by the end of 2024, with new aspects of design revealed this week regarding the two new mixed-use courts...

The Wollundry Lagoon Precinct has received some temporary additions to the already abundant native wildlife visitors with the installation of six larger-than-life bird sculptures.Council has commissioned artist Tom Buckland to...

As the temperature drops, our city is heating up with excitement for Wagga Comedy Fest, returning this June for another four days of laughs.The much-loved festival will be held from...

There’s More 2 HerStory, an exhibition focusing on the stories of Wagga Wagga women, opens at the Museum of the Riverina – Historic Council Chambers site this Saturday 4 May.A...

While Autumn is considered one of the most scenic times of year to be out and about in Wagga Wagga, it’s no secret that it is also the season of...

Switching to solar is now a lot easier for the Wagga Wagga community with new, ready-to-use tools available in our local area.On top of existing resources such as the SunSPOT...

You can support our natural environment by collaborating with other citizens and scientists around Australia by recording data on our local wildlife.Council’s Environment team is encouraging local community members to...

Council’s Visitor Economy and Events team are encouraging local entrepreneurs and business owners to attend the upcoming finance workshop for small business on Thursday 16 May.The session will feature special...

Event organisers looking to develop new experiences or build on their event offer in the Wagga Wagga Local Government Area are encouraged to consider applying for Wagga Wagga City Council's...

Get ready for this year’s Seniors Festival celebrations, to be held from Monday 11 to Sunday 24 March 2024.Whatever your passion, there is something for everyone 65-plus to enjoy in...

To bring colourful shades of red and green, 93 Claret Ash trees now adorn the sides of Bourke Street, stretching from Redhill Road to Holbrook Road.The avenue of trees was...

A statue of Private John Simpson Kirkpatrick and his donkey found a new home at the Victory Memorial Gardens after it was donated by a local family.Council was approached earlier...

Wagga Wagga City Council is planning a new playground and fitness equipment at Gobbagombalin and is asking the community to vote for their favourite design.There are four designs for residents...