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Corowa

Corowa, a classic Murray River country town, has all the makings for a holiday that will leave lasting memories. Soak up the mild Mediterranean weather and sample local gourmet food and wine. Learn about the nation's history and leap into an adventure-filled holiday, full of water-based fun and adrenalin-charged sports like skydiving and gliding.

Up, down and around

Experience the rush of skydiving from 12,000 feet up or gliding in a light aircraft from the Corowa or Tocumwal aerodromes, where perfect thermals create idea conditions for unpowered flights. Prefer water sports? Take your pick of waterskiing, boating and swimming at the Corowa Lagoon.

If a slower pace is more your cup of tea, play a round at Corowa Golf Club's 27-hole championship course or tee off at the Howlong Country Golf Club's more challenging 18-hole course.

Unwind and recharge with the family with a picnic on the riverbank and ride or walk along local trails to get a glimpse of native fauna and flora. Pitch a tent by the river with the majestic River Red Gum Forest as a natural backdrop, or bring your caravan into powered sites at the town's popular holiday parks.

Birthplace of Federation

Explore Corowa's rich heritage on a walk around the town's heritage buildings. See the old railway station and Oddfellows Hall – the site of the 1893 Federation Conference that paved the way to Australian federation. Browse the collection at the Federation Museum, and don't miss the National Federation Festival on the Australia Day weekend to celebrate Corowa's claim to fame.

Foodie heaven

The Corowa-Wahgunyah and Howlong region is famous for its fine food and wine producers. Book a winery tour in Corowa or nearby Mildura and Echuca, or drive out across the river to Rutherglen to sample the region's signature full-bodied reds and fortified wines. Treat your sweet tooth at the Corowa Whisky & Chocolate Factory, a former flour mill that now produces handmade Belgian-style chocolates and is developing a whisky distillery.

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Corowa

Wine regions

Rutherglen wine region

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.

Museums

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...

Cycling

Corowa Visitor Information Centre Bike Hire

Bike hire is available from the Visitor Information Centre in Corowa. They have adult bikes available on a daily basis at very reasonable prices. All...

Local produce

Corowa Whisky and Chocolate

Since September 2009, the company known as Corowa Whisky and Chocolate has been open for business and it is gratifying to see visitor numbers...

Art galleries

Gallery 294 Corowa

Gallery 294, a co-operative of local artists, is open seven days a week, 362 days a year. Visitors of all ages can chat to the artist on duty or...

Art galleries

Art Space

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...

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Camping

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