Located just off the Sturt Highway, the inn is a family owned and operated business that is committed to providing friendly and efficient service. Your hosts, Jill and Peter, want to ensure that your stay is as enjoyable as possible.
The inn is conveniently located a short distance from the Kapooka Army Base and is also easily accessible for the RAAF training base in Forest Hill. Wagga Wagga CBD is only a short drive away.
There are 19 well presented rooms – a self contained unit (that sleeps 7), family rooms (that sleep 3 to 4), twin rooms (that sleep 3), deluxe queen rooms (that sleep 2), double rooms (that sleep 2) and single rooms (that sleep 1). All rooms include linen, ensuite bathroom, heating and cooling, and 32 inch flat screen televisions. Microwaves are available in the family rooms.
The Thirsty Crow boutique brewery, The Duke of Kent Hotel or The Rules Club (a courtesy bus is available).
Guests of the Junction Motor Inn can enjoy free Foxtel, our DVD and video library (filled with well-known titles), free WiFi/high speed broadband, laundry facilities (including iron), secure swimming pool and barbeque facilities.
Evening meals can also be ordered through reception (Monday to Friday only) and cooked or continental breakfasts are also available. Orders must be placed by 6pm for evening meals and by 6pm the night before for breakfast. Alcohol, soft drinks, snacks and other basic necessities are available through reception.
Whilst there is an onsite car park, the inn is unable to accommodate trailers of any kind. Please ask at reception for alternatives. There are also no check-in’s after 8pm without prior approval; please call the day before to make arrangements for your key.
Choosing to stay at the Junction Motor Inn will place you within close proximity of surrounding towns, including: Junee, Holbrook, Narrandera, Lockhart, Gundagai and Cootamundra.
After you have chosen to stay at the Junction Motor Inn, you might be wondering about the local attractions and activities. The good news is that there is something in Wagga Wagga or the surrounding area for everyone.
The city is actually home to a number of museums, galleries and theatres, so there is plenty to do if you’re interested in art and culture. We recommend the Rail Heritage Museum, RAAF Wagga Heritage Centre, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Steam and Vintage Museum, Museum of the Riverina (which has two different sites), the Paddock Gallery, National Art Glass Collection, Temora Aviation Museum, Gallery43, and the Strayleaves Art Studio.
With so many big name sports personalities coming out of the city, why not try your hand at one or two? Some of the more popular sporting and adventure activities include: the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre, Wagga Bowl and Diner (bowling alley), Riverina Ski Sports, various paintball fields, Borambola Sport and Recreation Centre, laser tag games, Belisi Equine Park, Warbirds Aerial Adventures, Jump’n’Putt mini golf, and Ozi Big Dig (operate a CAT digger).
If you are the kind of person who enjoys getting outside and breathing in the fresh air, there is plenty to keep you busy around Wagga Wagga. Wander through the beautiful Victory Memorial Gardens and Botanic Gardens, explore the Livingstone National Park and State Conservation Area, tackle the Wiradjuri Walking Track, take in a show at the Wollundry Lagoon & Ampitheatre, or soak up some rays at Lake Albert and Wagga Beach.
Throughout the year, you will find that a number of markets are held across the region. This gives you the perfect opportunity to pick up an authentic souvenir that you wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else. The Farmer’s Market is held on the second Saturday of each month, the River & Wren Boutique is held in August, Eat Local Thursday is a pop up market that is held every week, and Sunday Markets are held on the third Sunday of each month.
The foodies of the world will not be disappointed when they come to Wagga Wagga, as there are plenty of opportunities to sample the delicious local produce. Visit Wollundry Grove Olives if you want to taste some of the delicious foods that the region delivers. If alcohol is more your flavour, visit Borambola Wines, Charles Sturt University Winery, Euonyhareenyha Winery, Cottontails Winery, Thirsty Crow Brewery, or Wagga Wagga Winery.
We definitely recommend some retail therapy during your stay – and, fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities to shop! Feather & Willow is filled to the brim with unique objects, Eco Living & Gifts stocks handmade and environmentally friendly products, Uneke specialises in gorgeous antiques and homewares, Wagga Wagga Potters Club offers a selection of local handcrafted gifts, and Cocolatte Chocolatier speaks for itself!