Wagga's Stina Constantine and Presslea Cowan are about to fly more than 16,000 kilometres as part of their official duties as the reigning Miss Wagga and Community Princess.
The duo are bound for one of Wagga's three sister cities, Nordlingen in Germany - along with other delegates from the city, including mayor Greg Conkey and his wife.
While representing the city, the ladies will take part in the celebrations of Stadtmauerfest, where Nordlingen is sent back to the Middle Ages for a weekend at the 'Historic Town Wall Festival'.
Miss Constantine said it was an honour to be able to represent her city overseas during the celebrations, which are of great significance to Nordlingen.
"We have both spent nine months of our reign getting to know our city and we are excited to be able to talk to the members of our sister city about what we love about Wagga - which is the sense of community here," she said.
"The best way I can describe Wagga is that it's the mid-point between country and city. You get the city-like feel, but at the heart of the community is the country."
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Miss Cowan said she was very excited for this "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity.
While the pair's official duties will only be for a week, they both have plans to travel and explore Europe.
After their return, they will have about two months left in their roles before next year's representatives are crowned in November.
This year's seven entrants have been taking part in various fundraisers and events since making their first public entrance at the official launch of Miss Wagga Quest 2020 in May.