Cowra and Canowindra
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Rides in and around Cowra
Rides in Canowindra
Places to eat and drink
If you want to ride enjoyably, Cowra may help. Regardless of levels and ages, you have chances to explore all the region’s natural environment and interesting spots. Have some fun and chill rides. Most trails are on country roads or off-road shared paths.
That one great route you should never miss is the Cowra Peace Precinct Trail, suitable for either experienced riders or family trips. Everyone will be amazed by the panoramic views of the Lachlan Valley while rolling to Bellevue Hill Lookout, the Cowra Japanese Garden, and of course, the historic Cowra POW Camp.
For people who expect to have some more adventures, just head to Wyangala to catch the joy from many ideal mountain bike trails. Wyangala Waters State Park featuring Wyangala Trail is recommended. You may want to try other outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, or hiking. Hungry already? The Country Club is there to serve.
Since you reach the Shire, do not forget to go to nice places to have a break, go for a picnic, or simply have a cup of coffee.
Spend a little time to visit the Cowra Visitor Information Centre, which is located at the junction of the Lachlan Valley Way, Mid-Western Highway, and Olympic Highway. The staff here know how to make your trips more accessible and fun.
The historic township of Canowindra is located on the Belubula River in the central west of New South Wales. Canowindra derives its name from the indigenous Wiradjuri Aboriginal word meaning ‘home’ or ‘camping place’.
Not only offering great trails, Canowindra also provides tourists with various interesting destinations of food, coffee, art, and quintessential old pubs.