Here's some details on flying locations in Wagga.
1. Duke of Kent Oval.
Works well in most wind directions and has a wind sock fitted as it's also home to the local helipad for emergency retrieval helicopters. Only downside is the houses and power lines that surround the perimeter. Quite a large area. In winter there are some soccer goals usually semi-permanently fixed.
2. Henwood Park Oval,
Good for easterlies. Also OK for southerlies. Park is flanked by houses and powerlines to be aware of.
3. Frenches Fields
Good for westerlies. Not a huge flying area but OK for static flying. Grounds have powerlines and houses on most of the perimeter.
4. Rawlings Park.
Good to try in Northerlies. The grounds occupy a large space but have large gum trees surrounding the perimeter from most other wind directions.
5. Lake Albert Foreshores.
Works well for static flying in West or South Westerlies. Council has planted heaps of gum trees which will make this flying area less appealing as they grow.