As the city and surrounding regions prepare to commemorate Remembrance Day, one Wagga group have a milestone of their own to celebrate.
Legacy Wagga - a branch of Legacy Australia which provides services to Australian families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent, during or after their defence force service - was founded on the 11 November, 1932.
"Wagga was 16th Legacy club in Australia, and now today you don't need to be a veteran to be in the club," Legacy Wagga's publicity officer Deidre Tome said.
"I came because my father was a war veteran in the RAAF. He was killed in a road accident when I was a teenager, so it is a very important group for me as they've been a big support around that."
The Wagga club combines a number of surrounding towns like Temora and Narrandera, and Ms Tome said while it was important to celebrate the anniversary, the real value lay in thanking the servicemen and women on Remembrance Day.
"It is about observation and commemoration for the servicemen and women, but it's also a special day for us," she said.
A service will be held at Victory Memorial Gardens tomorrow, with a B-300 King Air flyover at 11.10am.