Opened in 1979, this multi award winning attraction is a 'must see' at any time of the year. Features include a 5 hectare traditional Japanese garden, a bonsai house and a cultural centre with Japanese arts and crafts. Also available is an open air tea house, working pottery house and a restaurant open for lunch and dinner.
Australia’s World Peace Bell
A replica of the bell that hangs in the United Nations building in New York. Add Visually located in capital cities across the world, the Australian world peace bell was awarded to Cowra in recognition of the towns long standing contribution to world peace and international understanding.
Australian & Japanese War Cemeteries
These cemeteries contain the graves of Australians who died in service during World War II and the Japanese POWs involved in the Cowra Breakout. There is a 9 minute hologram that recounts the tragic story of the Cowra Breakout in 1944 which is located in the Cowra Visitors Information Centre at the junction of Grenfell, Young and Boorowa Roads.
Wyangala Waters State Park
Wyangala is the perfect location for that weekend away, family holiday as well as a great place to relax and unwind. Activities include water skiing, sailing, boat hire, fishing, golf water slides and sandy beaches for just relaxing on.