Continuing the A-Z of Australian country towns with attendant haiku, today is the letter W.
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The only Lutheran high school in New South Wales is located in Walla Walla. The town lies on the Olympic Highway between Wagga Wagga and Albury. It was established by German families from South Australia.
My abiding memory of Wee Waa is the snowy white of escaped cotton littering the edges of the highways. Wee Waa is known as the cotton capital of Australia but also produces beef, wheat and sheep.
found ‘home’ at Walla Walla.
Building a new life
to Wee Waa’s cotton harvest.
‘Snowy’ April roads.