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  1. Rutherglen Apex Park

    Apex Park in Rutherglen has a well equipped playground and skate park with a small bike circuit for the little ones and adjacent barbecue facilities. There is ample of car parking and it is only a short walk to the main street of Rutherglen…

  2. Corowa Federation Museum

    Step back in time and discover Corowas history and its role in the birth of Federation Australia by visiting the Corowa Federation Museum. Museum displays include: reason for Australia becoming a federation and Corowa's involvement; Dr Jo…

  3. Gallery 294 Corowa

    Gallery 294 is open seven days a week, 362 days a year. A gallery run by a co-operative of local artists where visitors of all ages can chat to the artist on duty or watch them create new artwork. The many gallery spaces of Gallery 294 …

  4. Rutherglen Common School Museum

    The Rutherglen Common School Museum was built in 1872, it was Rutherglen’s original school. The Common School Museum currently houses a fascinating collection of historical artifacts from Rutherglen and surrounds. Farming implements, wine …

  5. Corowa Apex Miniature Steam Train

    The Apex Miniature Steam Train runs around Bangerang Park Corowa on the first Sunday of the month, weather permitting. The train rides coincide with the Corowa Rotary Federation Farmers and Community Market and all proceeds go back into mai…

  6. Wacky Bird Gallery

    At Wacky Bird Gallery artist Christine Upton will welcome you and then allow you to experience a wide selection of her quality artwork. If you have the time Christine enjoys explaining the techniques and concepts behind her artwork. The…

  7. Rutherglen to Wahgunyah 9km

    In a wine region blessed with abundant sunshine, and long languid summers a ride along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail from Rutherglen to the banks of the mighty Murray River in Wahgunyah is a charm. The shortest of all the rail trails,…

  8. Australian Soaring Centre

    The skies around Corowa are perfect for gliding with many clear days throughout the year. The Australian Soaring Centre is in a class of its own. Come out and watch the gliders take off and fly around the countryside or, for those a little …

  9. Corowa Common

    Corowa Common offers 48 hectares of natural river red gums located on the banks of the Murray River and overlooking the magnificent Corowa golf Club. Generally there are no facilities available and there is a nightly cost attached to ca…

  10. Corowa Golf Club

    There is something for everyone who visits the Corowa Golf Club. Enjoy a quiet tea or coffee, and look out over the panoramic view of the inviting Corowa Golf Course. Or if you are looking for dinner the Bistro offers great meals with a gr…

  11. Corowa Civic Bowls Club

    The very heart of Australian bowls, where Crackerjack was filmed, their iconic club sits a top the Murray River at Ball Park, in Corowa. They're open to members and guests all year round, with at least one of the four quality grass greens …

  12. Corowa Foreshore

    No matter the season, there is always something to do along the Corowa Foreshore! The Corowa Lagoon is the perfect place to launch your boat, take a dip in the Murray River, enjoy a family picnic on the lawn or the picnic tables provided,…

  13. Corowa Swim Centre

    The Corowa Swim Centre will be closed for the 2018/19 swim season as a new pool facility is built. The Corowa Swim Centre is set within Corowa’s picturesque sporting precinct. The facility is home to a range of fun inflatables, swimming le…

  14. Circa Spa

    A luxurious Asian inspired Day Spa on the doorstep of the Australian outback, who would have thought? Circa Day Spa was created to provide the very highest standard of treatments in a totally unique, quintessentially Australian environment…

  15. Art Space Corowa

    The Corowa Art Space Collection showcases the prize winners in all sections of the annual Corowa Federation Art Show that have been acquired by the Federation Art Show Committee and held in trust by Corowa Shire Council for the past fourtee…

  16. Lake King at Rutherglen

    Lake King was formed in the late 1860’s, its original purpose to provide the town’s water supply. Today it is nestled between the Rutherglen Golf Course, Rutherglen Caravan and Tourist Park, Apex Playground and the Rutherglen Bowling Green.…

  17. Rutherglen Gold Battery Walk

    This walk is approximately four kilometres long and will take about an hour to complete, this does not include the stops you may wish to take along the way. Start your walk at Rutherglen Wine Experience and Visitor Information Centre. Cro…

  18. Rutherglen Gold Battery

    The Rutherglen Gold Battery is located on the northern fringe of the township, an easy walk from the centre of town. Its purpose was to crush quartz from nearby quartz reefs and extract gold from within. The first Government Battery erecte…

  19. Odd Fellows Hall

    The Oddfellow’s Hall was originally constructed by the Loyal Border Lodge of the Manchester United Independent Order of Oddfellows. Construction commenced on this site in May 1886 and the finished hall was handed over to the Oddfellows in J…