Wagga Wagga is a city in rural New South Wales, Australia. 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.

Agriculture is the major industry around Wagga Wagga. The region produces livestock, grains, oilseed crops, wine, rice and fruit. Charles Sturt University is in Wagga Wagga.

The name comes from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal word wagga, which means crow. Therefore, the name Wagga Wagga means "place of many crows".