Corowa has many great local Attractions from Gallery 294, Murray Banks Yabby Farm and Savernake Ecoheritage Tours there is something for everybody.
Max’s Motor Museum is located in the Industrial Estate and has many cars on display including vintage Fords, Morris’ and a fully working free standing V12 engine. This privately owned collection is on display to the public each afternoon so bring the grandkids down and show them what cars were like when you were their age.
A classic Art Deco house is the perfect venue for Gallery 294 featuring a wide range of Arts and Crafts of a very high standard. The Gallery has a continually changing exhibition and sale of the works of the talented artists and craftspeople of Corowa and the surrounding region. Gallery 294 conducts workshops run by members of the co-operative or specialist craftspeople.
For environmental and history enthusiasts, Savernake station offers a rare mix of unique features. A 400 hectare pristine species-rich Box/Pine Woodland, ideal for day visitors 120 bird species including Superb Parrot, Curlew and Powerful Owl. 1912 full-functional Woolshed & Shearer’s Quarters, with 1930’s display’s, Cook’s Museum & Store.
Or visit Murray Banks Yabby Farm where you can Catch & cook your own yabbies. Bait and lines are provided. With Canoes and Picnic & BBQ areas available.
You are invited to come and experience the feel of the old flour mill, taste and purchase our famous chocolate and licorice products and just relax and enjoy the ambience of this important part of Corowa’s history. After closing in 1970 the Flour Mill lay abandoned for almost 40 years becoming a haven for vandals and vermin.
Since September 2009 Corowa Chocolate Factory has been restoring the brick portion of the flour mill and office built in the 1920’s.
Now the sales area has been moved into the main brick building where visitors can gaze at the 28 meter high solid brick wall above the rustic sales location surrounded by 500m walls of solid brick construction. The two original engine rooms and the ground floor of the main mill building have been transformed into purposeful areas and soon a coffee shop will be added.