Notable Wiradjuri People
- Brook Andrew, notable artist.
- Linda Burney, member of the NSW Legislative Assembly.
- Wally Carr, Australian Commonwealth Boxing Champion.
- Jimmy Clements, present at the opening of Provisional Parliament House in 1927.
- Paul Coe, lawyer and activist.
- Kevin Gilbert, 20th century author.
- Evonne Goolagong, one of Australia's most famous tennis players.
- Dr Sally Goold OAM, Executive Director of CATSIN, Senior Australian of the Year 2006
- Stan Grant, notable Australian journalist.
- Stan Grant, a Wiradjuri elder, has been working on the reconstruction of the language.
- Anita Heiss contemporary novelist.
- Marcia Langton, academic.
- Bill Onus, activist.
- Lin Onus, artist.
- David Peachey, rugby league footballer.
- Mum (Shirl) Smith MBE OAM, community activist.
- Margaret Tucker, co-founder of the Australian Aborigines League and author of If Everyone Cared (1977) one of the first autobiographies to deal with the experience of the Stolen Generations.
- Harry Wedge notable artist.
- Neville "Uncle Chappy" Williams, land activist and proponent in the Lake Cowal Campaign.
- Tara June Winch, author.
- Windradyne, important Aboriginal leader during the Bathurst Wars.
- Daniel Christian, member of the Australian cricket team.
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