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Combine wrap - day two

6:02pm  Oct 1, 2014

McKenna axed, Hird appeals

5:30pm  Oct 1, 2014

Headlines

Hird not at Dons' ceremony

James Hird, Paddy Ryder both not at Essendon's best and fairest count

8:05pm  Oct 1, 2014

Injury-free Steele bounced back in style

Draft hopeful recovered from knee injury to impress in 2014

7:15pm  Oct 1, 2014

Walsh heads back to Ireland as Swans delist duo

Beaten Grand Finalists confirm three more changes to their list

6:19pm  Oct 1, 2014

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Ticket agent

Ticketmaster: Tickets are available to purchase through Ticketmaster outlets and the Wagga Wagga Visitor Information Centre.


In person: Ticketmaster – find an outlet near you
Local outlet:
Wagga Wagga Tourist Information Centre
183 Tarcutta Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

Venue address: Tarcutta St, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650

 

NAB Challenge

Ticket prices and on-sale dates

TICKET PRICES
GENERAL ADMISSION
Adult
$18.00
Junior U/15
$4.00
AFL Member upgrade (Adult/Concession)
$6.00
AFL Member upgrade (Junior)
$4.00

All tickets sold as General Admission.

Ticketing fees and levies are included in the prices above, however additional transaction fees and credit card fees may apply.

Please note there is no concession price for the NAB Challenge.

 

 
ON-SALE DATES
AFL Members & Club Member Pre-Sale
9am – 5pm (local time) Tuesday January 28
General Public
9am (local time) Wednesday January 29

 

Matches

Match Venue Time* Info
Saturday, March 1
GWS v STK
Robertson Oval 4:40PM EDT MATCH CENTRE

 

Getting there

Car
Wagga Wagga is situated at the intersection of the Sturt and Olympic Highways.
If travelling from Sydney or Canberra, turn off the Hume Highway approximately 35km south of the township of Gundagai.
If travelling from Melbourne, pass through Albury on the Hume Highway then turn off onto the Olympic Highway approximately 20km north of Albury.

Bus
Busabout Wagga Wagga, Phone 02 6921 231602 6921 2316 and www.busaboutwagga.com.au for timetables.

Train
NSW Train Link visits Wagga twice daily connecting both Sydney and Melbourne with Wagga Wagga.