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Get ready for an unforgettable journey though architecturally stunning country towns, thoughtfully curated galleries, captivating museums and historic sites. Your visit here will take you outdoors over rich agricultural river flats, through untouched National Parks and even underground to magnificent prehistoric caves.
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A Taste of Ireland - Cowra
24th March, 2021
104 Darling Street, Cowra
‘A Taste of Ireland―The Irish Music & Dance Sensation’ will make you laugh, cry and jig into the night with a show that has entertained thousands.
Australia's World Peace Bell
Darling Street, Cowra
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 need for all nations to work for peace.
Bellevue Hill Reserve
Binni Creek Road, Cowra
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.
Cowra Bridge Pylons
Beneath Lachlan River Car Bridge, Cowra
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 people who inhabited the Cowra area prior to English settlement.
Cowra Civic Centre
Corner Darling Street and Bartlett Avenue, Cowra
The Cowra Civic Centre is available for hire for stage productions, touring artists and concerts as well as weddings, balls and other functions. It regularly hosts civic events on Australia Day, special Mayoral Functions, balls and seminars.
Cowra Garrison Gates
Corner Binni Creek Road and Amaroo Ave, Cowra
Resolutely standing guard within Cowra’s residential area, on the corner of Binni Creek Road and Amaroo Avenue, you’ll find the Garrison Gates.
Cowra Golf Club
Mees Street, Cowra
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 most challenging finishing holes on any course.
Cowra Heritage Walk
Cowra Central Business District, Cowra
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 stone St Raphael's church and Cowra Public School, built in 1882.
Cowra Italy Friendship Monument
Corner of Kendal and Lynch Streets, Cowra
Cowra’s connection to Italy is a powerful one forged through wartime and peaceful connections. The striking Cowra Italy Friendship Monument, unveiled in 1997, is a symbol of this unity on two fronts.
Cowra Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre
Ken Nakajima Place, Cowra
Opened in 1979, the multi award-winning Cowra Japanese Garden is a 'must see' at any time of the year. The Garden's designer, Ken Nakajima, created the Kaiyushiki (strolling) Garden to symbolise the Japanese landscape.
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