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If you are spending a few days in Wagga Wagga on a business trip or travelling with your family, you'll want to make sure you spend some time sampling the local food and drink.
New South Wales' most vibrant inland city boasts plenty of dining options worth writing home about, from chic wineries and breweries to intimate restaurants, cozy cafes and exciting bars.
Sample the wines of the Riverina
The Riverina is one of New South Wales' premier wine-producing regions - and while you are staying in Wagga Wagga, there's no better time to try some of the local wines.
The Charles Sturt University Winery boasts a Cellar Door right in Wagga Wagga - centrally located near your holiday accommodation. Here, you can learn all about winemaking techniques from some of the nation's best and brightest experts, who are keen to share their love of local wine with visitors.
"From fine wines to scenic restaurants, there are lots of food and drink options to choose from in Wagga Wagga.
Regional fare at The Magpie's Nest
If it's local flavour you are after, it doesn't get much better than The Magpie's Nest.
This friendly restaurant is also home to Riverina Olive Oil and continues to stay true to what it does best - serving up some of the finest regional fare in historic and picturesque surroundings.
While The Magpie's Nest is just a five-minute drive from the Wagga Wagga CBD and the Mantra Pavilion Hotel, you'll feel like you've escaped to somewhere truly rural - especially when you take in the sweeping views over the beautiful vineyards.
Grab a coffee in the city
If you're after a coffee or a delicious, quick meal, make sure you stop at The Leprechaun's Bean, which is famous for having some of the best coffee in the city.
Here, you'll also find great food made with fresh, local produce - and there is even a board room available if you require space for a business lunch or function.