Situated on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga - known simply as Wagga to locals - has a proud sporting history, a thriving cultural calendar including theatre, music, art and markets, and a growing restaurant and café scene.
Charles Sturt’s campus at Wagga Wagga is the biggest, spanning more than 640 hectares and including a campus farm, equine centre, vineyard, winery and huge range of technical and industry standard facilities. A central dining room provides for students who live on campus, and the campus offers a range of playing fields, netball, basketball, tennis and squash courts and a gymnasium available for student use.
Phone: (02) 6933 2000
Facsimile: +61 2 6933 2639
Charles Sturt University
North Wagga NSW
Campus postal address:
Locked Bag 588
Security and emergency contacts:
In case of emergency, campus security can be contacted on
- Externally: (02) 6933 2288
- Internally: 32288
Phone: (02) 6933 2334
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Wagga Wagga Campus location
Boorooma Street, North Wagga NSW 2678
History of Charles Sturt in Wagga Wagga
The history of the Wagga Wagga Campus dates back to 1892 with the establishment of the Wagga Experiment Farm offering vocational agricultural education on the current site of Wagga Wagga's main campus of Charles Sturt University. However, the first students were not enrolled at the Experiment Farm until 1 October 1896.
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Wagga Wagga - the City
Wagga Wagga, the largest inland city in NSW, is well connected to Sydney and Melbourne by plane, rail and road, and two and half hours from Canberra by car. Nestled on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, the city combines a proud sporting history with a growing cultural and artistic community.