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climate The Wagga Wagga Wine District is based on the area surrounding Wagga Wagga which is the largest inland town in New South Wales. It is located in the Riverina Wine Region about 600 km south-west of Sydney on the Murrumbidgee River. Wagga Wagga boast a wonderful mix of nature reserves, heritage, attractions, activities and outstanding architectural beauty. There is a thriving and dynamic arts community that produces more than 80 live shows each year and there are six major local arts organisations that provide activities and events throughout the year. The Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is worth a visit as it includes a renowned collection of glass art in the National Art Glass Gallery. Wagga Wagga has fabulous sporting facilities. The nature reserves and national parks nearby provide excellent opportunities for ecotours, bushwalking, camping, mountain bikes and birdwatching. You can enjoy tasting farmhouse cheeses and local wines at the Charles Sturt Winery, and visit the famous Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens, with its zoo, aviary and artificial lake. Other local attractions in the surrounding area include the Temora Aviation Museum, Cootamundra Wattle Festival, Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory. Major events include the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup, the Wagga Wagga Jazz Festival and the National Horse Festival.

The Riverina Region is home to 17 districts: Junee ; Coolamon ; The Rock ; Lake Cargelligo ; Deniliquin ; Hanwood ; East Griffith ; Griffith Central; West Griffith ; Yenda ; Leeton ; Wagga Wagga ; Balranald ; Narrandera ; Stanbridge ; Hay ; Hillston ; Jerilderie.

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