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Introducing Wagga Wagga

The Murrumbidgee River squiggles around the northern end of 'Wagga' like a snake in an Aboriginal painting. Its wide-girthed eucalypts and sandy banks add an understated beauty to a place already prettied by wide tree-lined streets and lovely gardens. Meaning 'place of many crows' in the language of the local Wiradjuri people, 'Wagga' is the state's largest inland city.