It's almost that time of year where residents and visitors can eat dishes from around the world to their heart's content.
In the spirit of the upcoming Fusion Festival, The Daily Advertiser is profiling some of the delicious cuisines that can be found in this city, and the people who can cook them with their eyes closed.
Achin Mayit fled Burma - known to some as Myanmar - to escape the military government.
"I was then a refugee in India before the Australian government accepted me to come here," she said.
"In my country it was not safe, there was no economy and no rights to do anything."
Mrs Mayit said she loves living in Wagga, but stays connected to her roots by cooking up a storm in the kitchen every day.
"I love cooking," she said.
"Every day I cook for my kids and my husband. We have a Burmese church and when there is a festival, or Christmas I used to cook for them too."
Mrs Mayit said noodle and rice are staples, but fried chicken and pawpaw salad are two of her favourite things to cook ... and eat!
"I hope to see everyone down at Fusion," she said.
"It's the best way to celebrate."
Belinda Crain, CEO of the Multicultural Council, said community members love being able to share food from their culture, and it is the perfect way to share a piece of themselves with those in Wagga.
Fusion19 is on Saturday, October 19 at the Victory Memorial Gardens from 4pm.