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  1. The Cowra Heritage Walk

    Stroll through Cowra's historic past. A brochure from the Cowra Visitors Centre sets out a heritage walk around Cowra that takes a leisurely hour, taking in sights like the old federation-style court house, the gothic...

  2. Cowra Military and Migrant Camps

    The history of Cowra is marked by stories of the military and migrants from World War Two. Between 1940 and the end of the war, the Cowra Military Camp trained some 80,000 military personnel. After World War Two, the...

  3. Wallaby picnic area

    his pretty, quiet picnic area in Conimbla National park is located near Wallaby walking track and Ironbark walking track, making it a good spot to have a rest and a bite to eat after a bit of exertion exploring the...

  4. Prisoner Of War Camp Site

    This site is listed as one of the Top Heritage Sites in NSW. In 1944 over 1000 Japanese Prisoners of War (POW) staged a mass breakout that was the biggest in British and Australian War History. 231 Japanese POW and...

  5. Ochre Arch Farm

    Visitors to 'Ochre Arch' have the opportunity to experience a guided farm tour, personally hosted by the owners Phillip and Jan Diprose. The 480 hectare farm is a fully operational beef and wool producing business...

  6. Wallaby Walking Track

    This moderately challenging walk in Conimbla National Park runs between Ironbark picnic area and Wallaby picnic area, so you can enjoy a picnic in a lovely and scenic spot if you desire. The walk passes through a...

  7. Sarah Jane Country Craft

    Sarah Jane Country Craft offers a range of quality handmade craft items to give your home a country touch or perhaps provide a perfect gift. They also have a range of craft accessories and kits for those that like to...

  8. Cowra Regional Art Gallery

    The Cowra Regional Art Gallery was established in September 2000 and is located in a cultural precinct which includes the Cowra Library, the Cowra Civic Centre, the Australian World Peace Bell and the Cowra Shire...

  9. Bellevue Hill Lookout

    Comprising a large space for unstructured recreation, playground equipment, shaded picnic facilities, free barbecues and public amenities, Bellevue Hill Reserve is one of Cowra's most popular parks. To many local...

  10. Ironbark Walking Track

    Ironbark walking track is a pleasant 1.5 hour looped bushwalk that winds its way along a ridge and up onto a broad flat plateau, which overlooks Cherry Creek. Here, you can stop and admire the scenic views looking out...

  11. Cowra Bridge Pylons

    Cowra Bridge Pylons are situated beneath the Lachlan River Bridge and feature aboriginal murals on the pylons. The murals were painted by local aboriginal artist, Kym Freeman and depict the history of the Wiradjuri...

  12. Sakura Avenue

    In 1988, as a bicentennial project, Cowra Shire Council, in conjunction with the Japanese Government, planted 1988 cherry blossom trees between the Cowra War Cemetery, the site of the Prisoner Of War Camp and the...

  13. Memorial Avenue in Cowra

    There's nothing like a living memorial to stir your soul. You'll find two impressive examples in Cowra when you drive down the "avenues of honour", located on the north and south of the Grenfell Road, and east and...

  14. Cowra Golf Club

    Cowra Golf Club boasts the best 18 hole, fully irrigated kikuyu fairways golf course west of the Blue Mountains where true country hospitality is assured. The 5954 metre Par 71 has four of the...

  15. Cowra Italy Friendship Monument

    The Cowra Italy Friendship Monument was officially opened on Australia Day 1998 to celebrate the Italian link to Australia. In particular it was erected in recognition of the Italians POW's and Internees in Cowra...

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