Cowra activities

  1. Peregrines Brasserie

    Peregrines Brasserie is the ideal way to enjoy a delicious family meal, a quick bite to eat or even a relaxing coffee with friends. Offering a full selection of affordable menu items, Peregrines Brasserie provides the perfect location to ex…

  2. 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…

  3. 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 west of the Boorowa Road. …

  4. 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 …

  5. Cafe Ruze

    Cafe Ruze serve breakfast, lunch, and coffee. Come down and enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with friendly staff, great coffee, and amazing food. Cafe Ruze is located at the rear of Logan Court with plenty of parking available. Open for Breakfas…

  6. The Imperial Hotel

    Imperial Hotel Cowra is situated in Cowra and is close to the area's popular attractions. It offers an ATM cash machine, and is a short walk from Cowra Rose Garden and Cowra Regional Art Gallery. The hotel provides a varied dining experie…

  7. 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…

  8. The Morton Gallery

    The Morton Gallery in Cowra showcases a lifetime of art in the form still life, landscape and portraits by local artists Ann Morton, Ron Morton and Glen Morton. Ann Morton travels six days a week to her studio on Grenfell Road, Cowra an…

  9. Pott and the Pig at the Mill

    Pott and the Pig at the Mill is a casual eatery in Cowra serving up a variety of lunches, mains and a wide selection of beverages. Contemporary design with art and leather dining chairs, is vibrant yet comfortable with a relaxed atmosphere …

  10. 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…

  11. Dehli Beli

    They welcome you to experience exotic Indian cuisine derived through the combination of various hand-picked spices and flavours from the diverse regions of India Have a look at their wide range of exotic menu and give them a visit to exper…

  12. Farleigh 'Beach' Reserve

    Farleigh Reserve is a peaceful picnic area on the bank of the Lachlan River, within 10 kilometres of the centre of Cowra. There is a modern longdrop toilet, picnic tables and bins. Plenty of shade is provided by large eucalypt trees and th…

  13. 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…

  14. 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 with a practical 'real' su…

  15. Lachlan Valley Hotel

    The Lachlan Valley Hotel is one of Cowra's most iconic venues. The hotel features two very distinct bars, with a relaxed and friendly vibe for all ages to enjoy. A Major feature is the dining room which serves good food, cold beer and great…

  16. Cowra Canola Tours

    The Cowra 'Fields of Gold' Canola Tours offer a two hours guided experience including spectacular views of Cowra's Canola Region, visits to canola 'hot spots' for unique photo opportunities, complimentary morning tea, a Cowra Town Tour and …

  17. Cowra Town Tours

    Cowra Tourism operates out of the Cowra Visitor Information Centre and operates both town tours and Canola tours for groups and travellers alike. Town tours can be organised for groups and explore the CBD and surrounding areas including the…

  18. 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 four Australians lost …

  19. 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…

  20. 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…

  21. Australia's World Peace Bell

    Cowra is the home of Australia's World Peace Bell, located in Civic Square. The Australian World Peace Bell is a replica of the one that stands in the forecourt of the United Nations Headquarters in New York as a reminder of the continual n…