Our facilities and services
Showcasing local and national touring productions, the Civic Theatre offers an exciting and varied subscription season.
The library provides free access to the internet and also provides 24/7 access to the library catalogue. There are over 100,000 resources to borrow in print, DVD and CD formats for recreation and lifelong learning, a range of programmes and services, and home deliveries to housebound residents.
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is an innovative public art museum serving the largest inland city in New South Wales
Explore our city through stories, memories and collections at two great sites - the Botanic Gardens and Historic Council Chambers
The Oasis is a state of the art facility providing a range of activities and programs all year round.
Family Day Care provides quality care for children up to 12 years of age in the homes of Carers
Wagga Wagga City Council supported initiatives for young people through events, programs and grants to community organisations
Art and Culture, encompassing literature, art, history, dance, music and theatre, play an important part in contributing to the complex cultural fabric of our community.
Funded by the NSW Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care, The Home and Community Care (HACC) development workers support the aged and disabled
The City of Wagga Wagga recognises and respects the heritage, culture, sacred sites and special places of Indigenous Australians
Council's blueprint for building a community that provides a quality of life for all. It is based on the values of access and equity - a fair go for all