There is a wealth of history to uncover in Corowa about rural life and politics in 19th-century Australia. In 1893, the histoic Federation Conference took place here, paving the way for Australia's first national government.
The birthplace of Australian Federation, Corowa is 609km south-west of Sydney, 299km north of Melbourne and an hour west of Albury. The classic country NSW town, nestled on the banks of the Murray River, has many fine examples of traditional 19th century architecture that are easy to explore.
There are plenty of things to see and do around Corowa. If you are interested in Australian history, taking a self guided tour around the town or just relaxing on the beautiful banks of the Mighty Murray River. Corowa is close to the foothills of the smow resorts.
Other activities include golf, tennis, bowling, horseracing, fishing,rowing, an abundance of water sports, sky diving just to name a few.
There are also local wineries to tour in Corowa and the surrounding area of Rutherglen.