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Cowra is surrounded by lush land that produces fresh fruits, vegetables, wines and meats for international consumption. The natural beauty of the area coupled with a mild climate and colourful history make Cowra an interesting place to visit. The town made the history books after a failed mass prison breakout by 231 Japanese prisoners of war, an event that led to four Australian guards also losing their lives. A beautiful Japanese War Cemetery and Garden, and several World War II museums all remember the history of the region.
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Cowra Holiday Park is located at 10256 Mid Western Highway in Cowra. The children and pet friendly park is set on a charming rural location not too far from the heart of Cowra. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, cots, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, gas, high chair, ice, iron, laundry, movie hire, play ground, telephone and TV/lounge area. The accommodations that it offers include caravan and camping sites, bunkhouses and a wide variety of cabins.
Cowra Van Park sits at 2 Lachian Street in Cowra. It is beautifully nestled on the banks of Lachlan River near central Cowra along with the area's clubs, pubs and several entertainment venues. The site is children and pet friendly. The accommodations it offers are cabins, powered sites and unpowered sites. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, laundry and playground.
Cowra Japanese Garden is a beautiful sight with lakes, waterfalls and traditionally designed gardens. The garden also features a cultural centre and a cafe on site. Don't miss this famous sight if you are travelling through Cowra. You will find the gardens along Ken Nakajima Place, just outside of central Cowra.
Conimbla National Park lies along the Midwestern Highway, and is the ideal spot for outdoor activities such as barbecuing, bird-watching, bushwalking, camping, cycling and picknicking. The park is abundant in flora and fauna, and its Wallaby and Iron Bark walking tracks are popular among both locals and tourists.
Cowra Bowling and Recreation Club Ltd. can be found at 27 Vaux Street via Brougham Street. It is a wonderful venue to have fun with family and friends with its three manicured bowling greens, auditorium, bars, function rooms, family restaurant, TAB and Keno. Its facilities also include a barbecue, catering, conference/event facilities; wheelchair access, parking for disabled, public telephone, public toilet and shaded area. The establishment is open everyday except Christmas Day.
Cowra Fun Museum is located at 10291 Mid Western Highway. It is a two-acre covered complex designed to offer a fun learning experience to people of all ages. The museum features a wide range of artifacts, train model layouts, fourteen working steam engines, historical items from the area's prisoners of war and much more. Visitors can also enjoy picnicking within the site and shop for interesting items within the antique shop.
Cowra Regional Art Gallery sits at 77 Darling Street in Cowra. The gallery opened its doors on September of 2000 as a venue that empowers the arts and culture of the area. Visitors can learn more about Cowra with the site's visual arts, crafts, programs, workshops and many other exhibitions that mirror the area's national resources.
Kalari Wines is situated at 120 Carro Park Road. It is a family owned and governed boutique vineyard along the banks of the Lachlan River that offers a wide range of wines and wine tasting sessions. Visitors can get to see its cellar door and art gallery and also have a hearty picnic at the beautiful picnic area.