Located on the northern banks of the Murray River and the New South Wales-Victoria border, Corowa is known as the birthplace of Australian Federation.
Enjoy a picnic on the riverbank or wander along a wetlands trail to see native birds and wildlife. Play a round at the 27-hole championship course at Corowa Golf Resort, or tee off at the Howlong Country Golf Club, a challenging 18-hole course. More interested in fishing? Cast a line in the river for Murray Cod or visit the Murray Bank Yabby Farm.
Birthplace of Federation
Take a self-guided walking tour around the historic buildings to discover how the hosting of the historic 1893 Federation Conference in Corowa paved the way for a national, elected government. Browse through the collection of photographs and historic documents at the Federation Museum, where the Australian Federation movement is celebrated.
Sample local wine
Be sure to take a tour of local cellar doors to sample the world-renowned muscats and tokays of the Rutherglen wine region.
Things to do
The Murray is a year-round golfing haven that stretches from Albury to Mildura. Tee off on a course along the banks of the beautiful Murray River.
Explore the expansive Murray River, home to plentiful animal and bird life. Unwind on a cruise or enjoy golf or fine food with river views.
Spend a few days in and around Rutherglen exploring the 21 cellar doors in close proximity. Sample the iconic fortifieds and a new breed of wines.