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  1. 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 camp became home to bet…

  2. Lone Pine Park

    Connections to the past are a vital key to the future. In Lone Pine Park, opposite the Cowra Visitor Information Centre, you will find a tree that was propagated from a pine seed off the famous Lone Pine at Gallipoli. The story goes that at…

  3. Conimbla National Park

    Conimbla National Park is a peaceful nature reserve that promises easy bushwalks, birdwatching and scenic views. It is located near Cowra, Grenfell and Gooloogong. Yambira mountain and its surrounding forested ranges rise nearly 500m above…

  4. Cowra Bowling Club

    Cowra Bowling and Recreation Club welcomes both members and guests to come and relax and take advantage of the modern facilities and free entertainment available. Experience it for yourself - The club that cares for its community and its m…

  5. 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 park. Here, you’ll find …

  6. Weddin Bird Trails

    Grenfell in the Weddin Shire, is unique for bird life in that a considerable proportion of the district is timbered, forest-woodland. The 12 signposted locations are ideal for bird watching in their natural habitat. Some bird trails are…

  7. Spannerman Espresso

    For all your caffeine needs, Spannerman Espresso bar is your one stop shop! With 40 years experience, visit Chris for all your caffeine needs. There is a small selection of home baked goods as well. Sit back and enjoy the morning sunshin…

  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 Council Chambers. The Galle…

  9. South West Cafe Grenfell

    Award winning coffee, takeaway food, pizzas and friendly service. Open long hours for your convenience. Located at the end of the Main Street, next to the Caltex Service Station. Come along to the South West Cafe and enjoy local hospital…

  10. Chrysler Car Museum

    The Chrysler Car Museum in Grenfell is well worth a look for the motoring enthusiasts. Chryslers spanning the years from 1930 to the present day, including a Valiant Charger. Open for individuals and club tours most days. Please call Je…

  11. Lynchs Loop Trail

    There are many good walking routes in Weddin Mountains National Park, and Lynchs loop trail is a great one to do, offering a lovely vista and plenty of birdwatching. The track, with short steep sections, leads steadily up through Small Basi…

  12. 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 residents, the Reserve is r…

  13. Spice N Aroma Cafe

    Traditional Australian Cafe serving yummy cakes, toasties, pies and more. Supplying Fish River Roasters coffee, breakfast and lunch, it's the perfect place to take your family and friends. Better still they are open six days a week! So i…

  14. Grenfell Endemic Garden

    The Endemic Garden is located just a short drive from the Grenfell Visitor Information Centre near O'Briens Hill, mid western Highway. It was established by the Cartwright and Luthje families in 1997. The garden features plants native to t…

  15. 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 Japanese Gardens, as a sign…

  16. 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 east to Cowra and the …

  17. Cowra Railway Station

    The Cowra Railway Station is open for visitors on the last Sunday of every month between 9am and 3pm. Take a stroll around the magnificent building that played a key role in Cowra’s railway heritage. Since the first train arrived in 1886 un…

  18. Darbys Falls Observatory

    At Darbys Falls Observatory visitors can explore the universe with one of the largest telescopes available to the public, a 500 millimetre Newtonian! Also available are the 400 millimetre, 300 millimetre and 200 millimetre F10 Schmidt-Cass…