Welcome to your home away from home! Located nearby to Lake Albert, this motel is only 8 minutes from the Wagga Wagga CBD. The team is committed to providing clean, comfortable and quality accommodation to travelers.
There are 15 fully self-contained, non-smoking units available, each containing: kitchenette cooking facilities, LCD televisions, queen beds, ensuite bathrooms, reverse cycle air conditioning, iron and ironing board, microwaves, refrigerators, tea and coffee making facilities, and toasters. The motel also offers access to WiFi internet to ensure you’re kept in the loop.
All of the rooms follow an open-plan design with the kitchenette and bathroom at the rear, and the sleeping and living areas towards the front. We have rooms to suit varying group sizes, from individuals to families.
Breakfast packs, which can be prepared in the comfort of your room, are available from reception.
Guests are invited to enjoy the relaxing swimming pool and barbeque area, which is surrounded by beautiful gardens. Let the kids run around and exhaust themselves, cook up a storm or cool down with a quick dip.
Coach and trailer parking is available if required; please advise the motel of your need for this at the time of booking and you will be directed to an appropriate spot upon arrival.
The Burringa Motel is located close by to the Kooringal Mall, Wagga Golf Country Club and Lake Albert Boat Club. At the lake, visitors can enjoy walking, running, cycling and boating facilities. The motel is also close by to sporting fields, the Kapooka Army Base and RAAF Base.
When staying at the Burringa Motel, you will be provided the ideal base to explore the surrounding area. There are plenty of small towns and larger cities to visit, including: Junee, Narrandera, Lockhart, Holbrook, Gundagai and Griffith.
With so much to see and do in Wagga Wagga, you’ll have to return to the Burringa Motel a few times in order to get through them all. There is something for everyone, from excitable kids to adults longing to relax.
Those who want to immerse themselves in the history of the region or in our country as a whole will find plenty to do in Wagga Wagga. There are a number of museums, which outline our transportation history, including: the Rail Heritage Museum, Steam and Vintage Museum, Museum of the Riverina (which has two locations) and the Temora Aviation Museum. Those interested in our armed forces might enjoy the RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre.
If you are the kind of person who loves anything that gets the adrenalin pumping, Wagga Wagga has an activity for you! Some of the popular adventure attractions include: water skiing at Riverina Ski Sports, paintball, laser tag, joy flights at Warbirds Aerial Adventures and being given the chance to operate a CAT digger at Ozi Big Dig. Other sports attractions include: ten pin bowling, horse riding, mini golf and even swimming.
There are actually a number of artists in the area who choose to showcase their works locally. Many of the galleries also feature works by visiting national and international artists, so it’s the perfect way to get your art fix. We recommend the Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Paddock Art Gallery, National Art Glass Collection, Gallery43 and the Strayleaves Art Studio. You never know, you might even come across the perfect piece of art for your home!
Those who enjoy getting outside will find plenty of walks, trails, fishing spots and picnic locations to enjoy. The Botanic Gardens and Victory Memorial Gardens are filled with beautiful and secluded spots for the kids to play or to hold a romantic rendezvous. If you want more physical activity, give the Wiradjuri Walking Track or the Livingstone National Park and Conservation Area a go. Lake Albert, Wagga Beach and the Wollundry Lagoon & Ampitheatre are also worth a look.
Who wants to go on holidays without bring back a souvenir or two? Wagga Wagga is filled with shopping opportunities, whether you’re interested in browsing the local gift stores or you want to spend your weekends at one of the local markets. If you’re interested in picking up some local produce, Farmer’s Markets are held on the second Saturday of each month or you can visit the Eat Local Thursday pop up market held every week.
Wine connoisseurs will not be disappointed with the abundance of wineries in the region. Some of our favourites include Borambola Wines, the Charles Sturt University Winery, Cottontails Winery, Euonyhareenyha Winery and the Wagga Wagga Winery. Many on the vineyards have cellar doors, which are regularly open for tastings, and restaurants, where you can enjoy a delicious glass of wine alongside some of the region’s best produce.