Wagga Wagga (map) is Australia's fifth largest inland city lying on the Murrumbidgee River (population circa 57,000). An important agricultural, military, educational and transport hub, it is home to 22 primary schools, eight secondary schools a regional Institute of TAFE (18 campuses) and one of the four main campuses of Charles Sturt University. As well as a Base Hospital, Wagga Wagga is also home to the Kapooka Army Base and the Wagga Wagga RAAF Base.

Wagga Wagga incorporates the suburbs of Alferdtown, Arajoel, Ashmont, Belfrayden, Big Springs, Bomen, Bon Accord, Book Book, Boorooma, Borambola, Bourkelands, Brookdale, Brucedale, Bulgary, Bullenbong, Burranda, Burrandana, Cartwrights Hill, Charles Sturt University, Coffin Rock, Collingullie, Coolamon, Coreinbob, Cottee, Currawananna, Dhulura, Downside, East Wagga Wagga, Estella, Euberta, Eunonoreenya, Flowerdale, Forest Hill, Frog Hollow, Galore, Ganmain, Ganmurra, Gelston Park, Glenfield Park, Gobbagombalin, Gregadoo, Gumly Gumly, Harefield, Henwood Park, Hillgrove, Humula, Kapooka, Kapooka Military Camp, Kockibitoo, Kooringal, Kyeamba, Ladysmith, Lake Albert, Livingstone, Livingstone Gully, Lloyd, Lockhart, Lower Tarcutta, Malebo, Mangain, Mangoplah, Marrar, matong, Maxwell, Millwood, Moorong, Mount Austin, Murraguldrie, North Wagga Wagga, Oberne Creek, Oura, Pearson, Pomingalarna, Pulletop, Rowan, San Isidore, Sheahan, Shepherds, South Wagga Wagga, Springvale, Tamboola, Tarcutta, Tatton, The Gap, The Rock, Tolland, Tooles Creek, Tooyal, Turvey Park, Umbango, Umbango Creek, Uranquinty, Wagga, Wagga Wagga, Wagga Wagga RAAF Base, Wallacetwon, Wantabadgery, Westbrook, Westby, Yarragundry.

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