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We have had some sunny winters days of late. If the weather holds out this weekend, be sure to make the most of it and the remaining weeks of Winter. The lack of pollen, snakes and heat make now a great time of the year to get out and go walking.

Wiradjuri Walking Track

Did you know the Wiradjuri Walking Track is listed as one of NSW’s greatest walks, it’s 30km long and extends right around our city Wagga Wagga. Suitable for people of all ages, it’s a great way to get out and enjoy the most interesting sites Wagga Wagga has to offer. You can choose to walk parts of the track which can be entered from numerous locations. Some offering the best views to be found of the city and surrounds.

Some suggested track sections include:

Gobbagombalin Bridge/ Wiradjuri Reserve – Find your way onto the track from the east side of the Gobba Bridge, and follow the waterway down to the Murrumbidgee River to experience a tranquil nature walk along the river to Wiradjuri Reserve.

Murrumbidgee River – Start at the Wiradjuri Bridge, stroll along the Murrumbidgee River for about 2 km to the Railway Viaduct.

Willans Hill – This section passes the Wagga Wagga Botanical Gardens and Zoo. Just south of the gardens you will spot a panoramic view of Lake Albert and the Australian Alps on a clear winter day.

Red Hill Road – The track heads west, between Lloyd and Glenoak, over hills that offer fantastic views back over several suburbs of Wagga Wagga on one side and views of Glenoak on the other.

Pomingalarna Park – the Red Hill Road track leads to a historic Railway Tunnel, through to Silvalite Reserve which will take you to Pomingalarna Park (Pomi). Pomi boast the best views with near 360 degree views at the summit.

for more information about the Wiradjuri Walking Track visit the NSW lands website or click here to download a PDF brochure/map of the track.

See the below panoramic taken from Pomingalarna Park, by Fitzpatricks photographer Josh Bett just last weekend.