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Cowra - Cities, Towns and Localities
Cowra is noted for its historical and natural attractions, the magnificent Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre, quality restaurants, wineries, galleries, craft shops and horse riding.

The identity of Cowra has become bound up with the Cowra POW breakout of 1944 and the subsequent association with Japan. Of interest are the remnants of the POW camp, the POW cemeteries, Cowra’s heritage buildings, the Cowra Museums, Australia’s World Peace Bell, the Cowra Italy Friendship Monument, Darbys Falls Observatory, Croote Cottage (1827), Wyangala Waters State Recreation Area and Conimbla National Park. Fine homestead accommodation is available at Cowra.

Check out our listing of Cowra accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Cowra WinesCowra Visitor Information Centre
Olympic Park, Mid Western Highway
Ph: 02 6342 4333
7 days 9 am - 5 pm
Closed Christmas Day
Hours may vary, contact visitor centre

Cowra Attractions

Cowra Breakout Memorial & Japanese War Cemetery
• Memorial: Corner of Farm Street and Sakura Avenue • Cemetery: Doncaster Drive
• The memorial is situated at the scene of the Cowra Breakout while the Australian and Japanese War Cemetery lies several kilometres north.
Cowra Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre
• Binni Creek Rd, COWRA NSW 2794 • Ph: 02 6341 2233 • Email
• A visit to Cowra, is not complete without a visit to the Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre. Ken NakiJima, created the Kaiyushiki (strolling) garden at Cowra in 1979 after being commissioned by the Cowra Tourism and Development Corporation.

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