Vineyard on Flat. Cowra

Vineyard on Flat. Cowra

Picturesque vineyard on flat, surrounded by trees and crops.

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Ridgetop with Panoramic Views. Cowra

Wide rolling hills landscape
Spectacular panoramic rolling hills backdrop as seen from a ridgetop road. Road runs from junction of roads to Greenthorpe (nr Cowra) to Young and Cowra. These shots taken from road branch to Young.

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Railway Station. Cowra

Railway Station. Cowra

Superbly restored station
Easy access to station. Good parking. Sation platform faces east.

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Lachlan Valley Railway. Cowra

Home base for Lachlan Valley Railway
Lachlan Valley Railway is a museum for rail memorabilia and runs trains including vintage diesel railmotors, steam locomotives plus rolling stock and diesel mainline locomotives. Base in Cowra includes large locomotive turntable, locomotive shed and extensive array of passenger carriage rolling stock.

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Japanese Gardens. Cowra

Spectacular sculptural gardens. Excellent example of Japanese Gardens. Exotic Northern Hemispher species, lakes, rock formations, sculptures. Blossom in spring at the Gardens is world renowned. Located close to CBD of Cowra.

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Grass Airstrip. Cowra

Surrounded by open farmland and overlooked by hills. Privately owned.
Airstrip is located on private property ‘Kilkee’ close to Cowra.

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Japanese Gardens. Cowra

Opened in 1979, the multi award-winning Cowra Japanese Garden is a “must see” at any time of the year. The Garden’s designer, Ken Nakajima, created the Kaiyushiki (strolling) Garden to symbolise the Japanese landscape. The rocky hillside, manicured hedges, waterfalls and streams, and the two lakes provide a serene environment for a myriad of birdlife. Special features of the Garden include a Bonsho Bell, a traditional Edo Cottage, an authentic open air Tea House and a Bonsai House.

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