is a city in rural New South Wales
. The area was first settled by the Wiradjuri
tribe thousands of years ago. It was proclaimed
a township in 1849, and now has a population of about 58000.
People visiting Wagga Wagga might enjoy seeing the
mighty Murrumbidgee River
, the Botanical Gardens
the Civic Centre
, and the National Art Glass Gallery
is the major industry
around Wagga Wagga.
The region produces livestock
. Charles Sturt University
in Wagga Wagga.
The name comes from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal
, which means crow. Therefore, the name
means "place of many crows