Located 450km south west of Sydney, Wagga Wagga is New South Wales’ largest inland city. Named by early Aboriginals, Wagga Wagga means a “place of many crows”. Indeed the famous Riverina capital has much to crow about. Founded on the banks of marvelous Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga is home to Australia’s pristine landscape and world famous produce. Known as the “Garden City”, Wagga Wagga’s lush gardens and parklands perfectly reflect the relaxed ambience and colourful nature of the town and its people. Historic landmarks, art galleries, museums, wilderness trails, native wildlife, and wineries – it’s easy to fall in love with Wagga Wagga. Don’t miss the amazing Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, National Art Glass Gallery and wine and cheese sampling at Charles Sturt Winery.