With delicious food, lively music and dancing Wagga's Muslim population celebrated the biggest event on their calendar.
Eid al-Fitr is the feast that breaks the month-long fast of Ramadan and is celebrated over three days.
Saira Ali said the festival is a time to make amends, be generous towards friends and family and share values of peace and harmony.
"This is a very important time for us," she said.
"It is very important for us to forgive those who we might be mad or upset at and we also pray for peace.
"This is the biggest Eid."
Men will hug and shake each other's hands and women will do the same with each other.
There are multiple types of Eid, but this is the biggest one for the community.
Ms Ali said the first day is spent with close family, such as grandparents, and making new dresses.
"We also make Henna on our hands and we give gifts and happy wishes," she said.
"We make many delicious sweets and food.
"The second day is spent visiting other family and friends."
Ms Ali said she and her mother do not have many family members in Wagga, so they spent the first couple of days with friends.
"They are the ones who helped us when we arrived here," she said.
"Now they are like family to us as well."
The third day is reserved for a party, during which the entire community is often invited to.
"We celebrate all together in one hall," Ms Ali said.
"We take many types of delicious food and share with each other.
"My favourite type of food is cookies and rice pudding. It's hard not to only eat sweets, because they are so tasty."
Ms Ali said a lot of people do not realise that her faith is based on peace and that she wishes everyone in the community, no matter their religion, to be safe and happy.
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