It's almost that time of year where residents and visitors can eat as many dishes from around the world to their heart's content.
In the spirit of the upcoming Fusion Festival, The Daily Advertiser will be profiling some of the delicious cuisines that can be found in this city, and the people who can cook them with their eyes closed.
Elizabeth Akoi fled South Sudan after conflict broke. She lived in Kenya for a few years, before she was able to come to Australia.
"I moved here in 2007," she said. "At first I lived in Melbourne, then after three months I came to Wagga because it is a great place for children. I love it here."
Ms Akoi now spends every Thursday morning cooking an array of Sudanese-inspired dishes to sell at the Riverina Producers Market.
Beef, chicken are common proteins in the food that she cooks, and a specialty is kisra - flat bread made from sorghum flour.
"I am happy when I cook this food," Ms Okoi said. "It's always when better when you cook.
"I started cooking when I was 15 in a restaurant in my country, right up until when I was married because it's hard with the babies."
When she cooks, she feels at home Ms Okoi said. Fusion19 is on Saturday October 19. For more information click here.