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  • WAGGA WAGGA CITY BRAND

    A HUNDRED LITTLE IDEAS TO GET YOUR creative juices flowing

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    fitzmauricestreetdelicious, heritage, eclectic, stylish, relaxed, gourmet, inspiring.

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  • TEYS Wagga Wagga- A Cargill Joint Venture Flyer

    Why work for Teys Wagga Wagga? We are a great organisation with an international reputation for high quality products.

    We have a great team environment that makes work fun.

    We care about our workers.

    Our wages and conditions are highly competitive.

    Opportunities for family member to gain employment with the company as we grow.

    Theres a variety of work available to employees.

    Supportive and skilled Management and Supervisors, committed to the wellbeing of staff and growth of the company.

    We are proud of our safe working environment and have a committed Safety Management System.

    We pursue environment friendly work practice with an Environmental Management System.

    Our continued success has enabled us to establish many links into the Wagga Wagga and surrounding communities. We have established contacts for accommodation and we offer help to suitable staff to settle in Wagga Wagga.

    Teys Australia Wagga is offering you the opportunity for a tree change and to make a positive change in your life to move to Wagga Wagga.Wagga Wagga is the biggest Inland City in NSW and is situated half way between Sydney and Melbourne. Wagga as the locals calls it, is the vibrant capital of the Riverina and is nestled on the banks of the magnificent Murrumbidgee River and is close to the snow fields of the Snowy Mountains and Australias Capital, Canberra.

    Wagga Wagga provides an exciting and yet relaxed lifestyle for residents and visitors. With over 60,000 people living in Wagga, we have the lifestyle and facilities to suit everyone.

    Teys Australia is a very progressive, expanding, successful and well established beef processor and exporter. Plants are strategically located throughout Queensland, New South Wales & South Australia employing over 2500 people and has been in operation since 1946.

    As a result of this continued success, Teys is always looking to expand operations in Wagga Wagga and we now have many great opportunities for both skilled and unskilled meat process workers to join us.

    We also have a number of opportunities for people who have never considered meat processing as a genuine career option for their future. All eligible new employees with the company gain the opportunity to enter into a Certificate 2 in meat processing, a nationally accredited course, which can then lead to progressing to Certificate 3 and 4 courses, and on to a Diploma and to Advance Diploma courses for more senior roles within the business.

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  • Wagga Wagga City Council - Welcome to Wagga Wagga

    were so thrilled youre here!

    Wagga Wagga Visitor Information Centre P: 1300 100 122 W: visitwagga.com

    Follow us on Facebookfacebook.com/VisitWaggaWagga

    Welcome to Wagga Wagga

    Scan the QR Code with your mobile device

  • Wagga Wagga City Council - City Brand Badges

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    ITS THIRSTY WEATHER

    PLEASE JOIN US FOR DRINKS

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    Information for visiting families & friends

    How to get to Wagga Wagga

    By CarWagga Wagga is situated at the intersection of the Sturt and Olympic Highways. Drive time from Sydney or Melbourne is under 5 hours and just over 2 hours from Canberra.

    By AirDaily flights from Sydney and Melbourne are available - over 150 per week.

    Regional Express (Rex) Phone 13 17 13 or www.rex.com.auQantasLink Phone 13 13 13 or www.qantas.com.au

    By TrainCountrylink XPT services arrive twice daily from both Sydney and Melbourne.

    Countrylink Phone 13 22 32 or www.countrylink.info

    By CoachFirefly Express and Greyhound Australia offer regular coach services between Wagga Wagga and capital cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide.

    Firefly Express Phone 1300 730 740 or www.fireflyexpress.com.auGreyhound Australia Phone 1300 473 946 or www.greyhound.com.au

    The City of Wagga Wagga congratulates you on your academic achievements and welcomes your family and friends to Wagga Wagga to share in your graduation.

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    BE SURPRISEDby what you discover

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    HAVE TIME TO play!

    WWW.VISITWAGGA.COM

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  • AUSTRALIA DAYcelebrate whats great!

    Join in Wagga Waggas Australia Day celebrations

    WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2012 THURSDAY 26 JANUARY 2012

    Wednesday 5pm to 9pm Picnic at the Oasis. Free entry to the Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre. Pack a picnic and enjoy the warm weather by the pool. Fundraising BBQ, games and giveaways. Free entry from 5pm-7pm. No pass outs and no entry after 7pm.

    Thursday 7am Free community breakfast with entertainment by the Tin Shed Rattlers.

    8.15am Official Australia Day Ceremony, Victory Memorial Gardens. Featuring the Australian Army Band Kapooka, childrens rides, free tattoos and flag wavers. Water and sunscreen available. The Ceremony will include the announcement of the 2012 Wagga Wagga Australia Day Awards.

    1.00pm Annual Talent Quest in the Civic Theatre

    4.30pm to 9pm Live in the Park. Open air concert in the Victory Memorial Gardens featuring local Aussie Rock band The Convicts, the Wagga Waggles and guests. Fundraising BBQ, water and sunscreen available.

    Please be sun smart. All events are alcohol and glass free.

    For more information, phone 1300 292 442 or visit

    www.wagga.nsw.gov.au/AustraliaDay

    SUNDAY MARKETS Every Sunday7.30am to 12 noon. Myer Carpark, OReilly Street. Ph: 0417 682 369

    FARMERS MARKETSat 14 January 8am to 1pm. Wollundry Lagoon, Civic Centre Precinct. Held on the second Saturday of the month. Ph: 1300 100 122

    ART oN THE LEvEESat 14 January 9am to 2pm. On the levee bank between the Visitor Information Centre and the ARCC Hall, Tarcutta Street. Second Saturday of the month. Ph: 0438 817 677

    TARcUTTA MARKETSSat 21 January8am to 3pm. Tarcutta Memorial Hall. Held on the third Saturday of the month. Ph: 0427 289 128 MARKETS bY THE LAKESat 28 January9am to 2pm. Apex Park, Lake Albert. Ph: 6926 1859

    Wagga Wagga Food and Wine Festival Sat 31 March Civic Centre Precinct

    Gumi Race Sun 26 FebruaryMurrumbidgee River

    Gold Cup Racing CarnivalSun 15 April - Prelude DayThurs 3 May - Town PlateFri 4 May - Gold Cup Murrumbidgee Turf Club

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    The Civic Theatre 2012 Subscription is 12 Great Nights Out. It is a program that can tap into peoples lifestyles, with a mix of music, dance, movement and drama. The theatre program is a season that has the ability to engage with audiences

    of all ages. Companies such as Oz Opera, Bell Shakespeare, Circus Oz, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Big hART will all visit Wagga in 2012.

    Full details are available on the theatre website civictheatre.com.au or drop into the theatre and pick up a copy.

    THE govERNMENT INSpEcToR Fri 20 and Sat 21 January7.30pm

    Learn from the worlds leading milliners in hands-on workshops. Source the latest trends at the Trade Expo, gain inspiration derived from seminars and demonstrations, network with budding and professional milliners from all parts of the globe.The diverse program features a wide range of workshops, slideshows and a cocktail party with the week culminating in a Gala De Haute Couture and hat parade.

    Ph: 0439 192 193

    Contact the Box Office for more details on shows or becoming a subscriber. Phone 6926 9688 or visit civictheatre.com.au

    SIT bAcK, RELAx, ENJoY....at the civic theatreBurns Way, off tarcutta street

    Ph: 1300 100 122 to find out whats on or to register your event

    visitwagga.comOur website will keep you updated on events happening in the City throughout the year. Scan the QR code on your mobile device.

    WISHINg YoU....

    this month....SoUNDS oF SUMMER coNcERT SERIES Sun 8 to Sat 14 January 7.30pm. Adults $20, students and children $15. Classical string chamber music and tango presented by some of the best string players in Australia under the direction of violinist Carl Pini. Joyes Hall, Charles Sturt University, Pine Gully Rd. Ph: 0428 695 577

    TANgo DANcE cLASSES Tues 10 to Thurs 12 JanuaryLearn the stylish moves of the Argentine Tango. Ph: 0428 695 577 MURRUMbIDgEE TURF cLUb TAb MEETINg Friday 13 January w 12 noon. Murrumbidgee Turf Club, Travers StreetPh: 6921 2151

    AUSTRALIA DAY RAcESThurs 26 January12 noon. Murrumbidgee Turf Club, Travers Street.Ph: 6921 2151

    WILLANS HILL MINIATURE RAILWAYSun 1 and Sun 15