Whether you’re looking to spend a day or have a weekend away, Corowa has much to offer. From fabulous food and coffee, walking tracks, massages, beauty therapy treats, retail therapy and scouring for vintage finds, discovering Corowa is relaxing and soulfully enjoyable.

So here’s some tips on how to spend your day or weekend in the Birth Place of Federation – Corowa!

Kick off your day with a delicious breakfast at Corowa Chocolate and Whiskey. The menu is full of mouth-watering options and the coffee is spot on! After you have satisfied your hunger and had a wander around this historic building, step into the Whiskey tasting area where the Dreaded Distiller has created some incredible drops. No trip here is complete without a purchase from the chocolate shop, or some serious retail therapy with the stunning Bec from Mill & Goat, which is housed at the front of the Mill.


Boosted with energy from your great food, coffee and retail therapy, head out onto the walking / bike track (located beside the old Mill) and get ready for a leisurely stroll. The path leads to the Wetlands where you can enjoy the country scenery whilst viewing some incredible birds and wildlife. The walk is a 3km round trip.


Fresh from your walk, a meander down our main Street is a must. Sportspower, Origin Clothing and Shine have you covered for the latest sportswear and fashion. If you’re more of a vintage lover no trip to Corowa would be complete without a visit to Miss Madeleine. For those staying with friends and family, and need to say thank you with flowers, look no further than Poppy Emporium!

If you’re in Corowa with the kids, head to Bangerang Park (bottom of Sanger Street) with some takeaway and enjoy watching the kids play on the newly installed play equipment.
Post shopping hunger, than you’re in the right part of town. Visit the crew at Doc’s or Green Bean for coffee & beautiful food that will keep you happy or satisfied. If you would like to remember you trip to Corowa, the crew at Doc’s can sort you with some cool merchandise. 

If a pot and parmy is more your lunch style, than our local pubs with good ol’ country charm have you covered. Try the Newmarket at the top of the town or the Royal.

After retreating home for a rest, or perhaps a movie at the Corowa Golf Club cinema, you can start to look forward to a fun night at Damico’s where Lisa and the gorgeous team will match your needs with smiles and great service.