Wiradjuri and First Nations

Council is committed to reconciliation and developing meaningful relationships with our Wiradjuri and First Nations Peoples to ensure there is genuine respect and equitable opportunities.

Wagga Wagga City Council acknowledges the Wiradjuri people who are the traditional custodians of the land of Wagga Wagga. Council pays respect to the Elders past and present of the Wiradjuri Nation and extends that respects of other Aboriginal people visiting the site.

Council acknowledges the shared responsibility of all Australians to respect and encourage the development of an awareness and appreciation of each other’s heritage, culture and origin. In so doing, Council recognises and respects the heritage, culture, sacred sites and special places of Wiradjuri and First Nations Peoples.

Council is committed to developing programs to improve the well-being of all residents as well as facilitating reconciliation between First Nations peoples and other residents.

Council recognises that social justice and reconciliation are fundamental to achieving positive changes and will continue to actively encourage First Nations peoples and all other Australians to work together for a just and harmonious and progressive society.

Council recognises the richness of First Nations peoples, their cultures and values in promoting social diversity within the community.

Wagga Wagga Community Directory

The Wagga Wagga Community Directory is an online directory of community groups, services and facilities, providing up-to-date information for community organisations who provide services in the Wagga Wagga, area as well as showing upcoming events in the area.

The directory provides residents, visitors and organisations the opportunity to easily find contact information for community-based services in the local area.

Please note: The information contained in the directory is the responsibility of the organisation or group. Council takes no responsibility for information being accurate or complete.