Victory Memorial Gardens
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
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6.86% of people who visit Wagga Wagga include Victory Memorial Gardens in their plan
50% of people start their Victory Memorial Gardens visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Victory Memorial Gardens
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Victory Memorial Gardens
I love visiting the gardens there is a play area for kids and a lake to feed the ducks or a simple stroll in the park
Victory memorial Garden is well kept and lovely, with a tree resplendent in fairy lights.
Beautifully kept gardens. Nice play equipment (however, I do miss the old train playground). It has an amphitheater/stage with the potential for productions, music, lives shows and other events. The memorial gardens has sites which show homage to those who fought for the Australian people at times of conflict. The ANZAC memorial that borders Fitzmaurice St contains names of soldiers from Wagga who fought for Australia and is quite a solemn, moving location.
Lovely gardens....some shady parking if you look around....
The light on the leaves of trees, the shuffling shadows offered up to silence - I could feel the Sun's rays warm against my freckled skin. A cockatoo cawed, somewhere high up. I could see the white wings flying, the yellow crown a tell tale sign of that native bird. The air smelled of honey and fresh earth. I found myself in a peaceful place.