A three-hour drive from Melbourne and a six-hour drive from Sydney, Corowa is part of the state of New South Wales in Australia. The town sits on the bank of the Murray River and is connected to the Victorian town Wahgunyah by the John Foord Bridge. Corowa is a perfect spot to experience extreme outdoor adventures such as skydiving and gliding, usually conducted at the Australian Soaring Centre and Corowa Airport.
- Former Corowa Railway Station
- Corowa Federation Museum
- Ellerslie Gardens
- Enjoy professional horse racing at the Corowa Racecourse
- Take a guided walking tour of the former Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum with Beechworth Ghost Tours
- Take the family for water skiing on Lake Moodemere
Corowa experiences a Mediterranean climate. June, July and August are the coldest months, while December through February are the hottest. The average monthly rainfall is 45 mm (2 inches).
Getting There & Around
The nearest airport to Corowa is the Albury Airport. There are a number of regular coaches and shuttles that travel between the airport and Corowa. The town can also be accessed by driving on the Hume Highway from Sydney. Alternatively, visitors can take the V/Line train and XPT Fast Train from the Wangaratta Station to get to Corowa.
The town has efficient taxicab and private car services that visitors can hire to visit places of interest. Tourists often organize walking or biking tours around town and along the river banks.
BEST WESTERN Heritage Motor Inn Corowa is located in the heart of the beautiful Murray region. This ideal location makes the hotel a great holiday destination. The property also enjoys proximity to... More