Wagga Wagga City Council employs educators across many areas of council from civic and citizenship, environmental services to the cultural facilities. Below is a scroll down list of education venues and contact details. If you a planning to visit us make the most of your day and investigate the many education facilities and programs we have to offer.
Creating a sustainable environment is an important issue facing our community as we respond to a changing climate and increased pressure on our natural resources. The Environmental Education Officer works with schools to assist them with practical projects and initiatives that engage students with the theme of sustainability and encourage the development of their environmental conscience.
Wagga Wagga City Council encourages local participation in national programs such as Clean Up Australia Day and Schools National Tree Day. The Environmental Education Officer is available upon request to conduct Urban Salinity Tours with school groups. This tour compliments year 10 geography studies.
A new school workshop program will be available to all primary schools within the Wagga Wagga Local Government in 2014. More information will be available in February 2014.
Environmental Education Officer
Tel: 6926 9511 or 0428 606 933
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery
Stimulating Education and Public Programs activities and events are organised for all ages including workshops, artist's talks, lectures, guided tours, concerts, performances and special activities. The KaPOW! Program - Kids and Print Outreach Workshops are also run as a special program for schools in the local government area. The Gallery liaises with schools in the city and region to develop effective programs linked with the school curriculum. The Gallery produces educational materials to support these programs and to provide further access to, and enjoyment of the exhibition experience. Guided tours with the Gallery's Trained Volunteer Gallery Guides can be arranged by appointment.
Venue and Safety Information
Wagga Wagga City Library
The Wagga Wagga City Library has a diverse collection of resources for students of all stages, with specialised School Certificate and HSC study guides in a range of subject areas. The Library also has substantial online collections which are accessible 24/7 with a current library card, including: encyclopaedias; science, health, literature, legal and medical databases and full text online newspapers and magazines.
We also offer tailored tours, programmes and events for students of all stages to meet the educational and recreational needs of our school community. To ensure a great experience and to put a smile on the faces of your students, teachers and library staff, it is essential that bookings are made two weeks in advance.
Venue and Safety information
Museum of the Riverina
The Museum of the Riverina provides an extensive and dynamic range of educational programs and resources relevant to students of all ages. These programs and resources address learning outcomes across a variety of key learning areas including HSIE, Science and Technology, Creative Arts and PDHPE.
Explore Wagga Wagga and the Riverina through many fascinating stories, memories and collections at our two great sites. At the Museum every object has a story to tell. Our dedicated education team and curriculum based education programs will captivate your student's imagination and bring these stories to life.
Museum Education and Public Programs Officer
Venue and Safety information
Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre
This year's program provides a great mix of theatre & drama. We welcome back some theatre companies who have been to Wagga Wagga in the past and some great new companies. Many of the productions have teacher resources kits available and the Theatre in conjunction with the touring groups will also be scheduling theatre talks and workshops to enhance the experience for all students. Please check the Civic Theatre website regularly for updates.
Tel: 6926 9692
Your Local Government and how it works
A tour of the Council Meeting Room provides school children with the opportunity to see how Council meetings are conducted. They also learn how Councillors are elected, their roles and responsibilities and how the local community can be involved in the decision making process. Learn about the services and facilities that Councils provides their local communities by watching the 13 minute DVD entitled "It's Your Council".
Wagga Wagga City Council
Tel: 1300 292 442