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Corowa

Corowa is located on the Murray River on the border between New South Wales and Victoria. Known as the birthplace of Australian Federation, it was at the Corowa local courthouse that the 1893 Federation Conference decided to draw up a constitution for the new nation.

Corowa sits in the middle of the region's food and wine growing area and is well known for its golf, mining, timber milling, and the cultivation of wool, cereals and stock.

The town has great examples of 19th century architecture, relaxing picnic spots and many water sports on the Murray River. The national Parachute Training School and the Australian Soaring Centre operate out of Corowa.

Corowa

Corowa: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Indigiearth


Experience traditional NSW Aboriginal culture the 'Ngemba Way' with Indigiearth.

Indigiearth is an Australian Aboriginal owned and operated business. Offering a range of highly authentic and sophisticated Australian native products and services. Indigiearth value and respect what mother earth provides in its most natural form and have the pleasure to be able to bring those to you to enjoy as Mother Nature intended. Indigiearth offer Australian native foods/tea's, natural spring water, botanical skincare, hotel amenities, traditional dance group, Aboriginal art, hampers and corporate gifts, bush tucker catering, demonstrations and cultural education.

Indigiearth dancers entice audiences with traditional rituals of Aboriginal culture. They are professional and reliable Indigenous performers with years of experience on a national level and a genuine passion and pride for their Indigenous culture and heritage.

Indigiearth is available to perform in Sydney and regional NSW for groups, conferences and incentives at your venue. Bookings essential.




Travelling to various venues by arrangement
Sydney, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

Corowa: Events

Sydney Fringe Festival


The Sydney Fringe Festival is the largest independent arts festival in NSW. Spread across five cultural villages, the Sydney Fringe presents over 300 productions in over 50 venues every September, celebrating local artists and encouraging new audiences to experience the independent arts of Sydney in order to build a stronger more sustainable sector.

Every night in secret venues across town, Sydney's artists are conjuring up cultural gems, working tirelessly on their craft and cultivating the cultural heart of our city. Each September we invite you to join us, to discover, to experience and enjoy the wares of these incredible local artists.


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Various Locations
Sydney, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

Hidden Design Festival Sydney


Hidden Design Festival reveals the usually private gardens and outdoor spaces behind the gates, walls, passageways and hedges that showcase some of Australia's leading landscape designers. Most of the gardens have never before been opened to the public and are unlikely to be open again. Hidden celebrates talented outdoor designers for the skill of their four-dimensional imaginings, and the beauty they make in homes and in the city.

Open for just one weekend in April.

The event is organised and managed by the Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers (AILDM) and will raise funds for Father Chris Riley's Youth Off the Streets.


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2017
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Various Sydney Suburbs
Sydney Suburbs, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

ANZAC Sunset Service Ceremony


This ceremony will start at the Cenotaph, Martin Place, at 5.00pm.

It will be a short service accompanied by the NSW Ambulance Service Band and followed by the lowering of the flags.

It brings to a conclusion the official ANZAC Day Commemorations in Sydney.

We owe it to those who have gone before, those who are yet to come as well as those who currently carry the flame to ensure the day is as dignified and respectful as possible by abiding by the agreed guidelines and directions of volunteer marshals at each of these important services and events.


Event Dates
2017
      25th Apr


Cenotaph, Martin Place
Sydney, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

Vivid Sydney - Light, Music and Ideas


Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas, featuring an outdoor 'gallery' of extraordinary lighting sculptures, a cutting-edge contemporary music program, some of the world's most important creative industry forums and, of course, the spectacular illumination of the Sydney Opera House sails.

The multi-award-winning winter festival of light, music and ideas returns to illuminate Sydney with exciting new precincts to explore, mesmerising new light art to inspire and plenty of entertainment for everyone. This spectacular festival has grown into the largest of its kind in the world. In 2017, Vivid will be bigger and better than ever, offering an expanded program of multi-genre music, more stimulating ideas from global thinkers and creators, plus dazzling light art across the city. Join in the fun and experience it for yourself!


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Bennelong Point
Sydney Harbour, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

Horrible Histories - Pirates: The Exhibition


Batten down the hatches! A gruesome band of horrible pirates will be taking over Sydney this summer at Australia's first interactive, hands-on exhibition based on the bestselling Horrible Histories books: Horrible Histories - Pirates: the Exhibition.

The exhibition will bring author Terry Deary and illustrator Martin Brown's unique approach to history to life with foul facts, lively illustrations and gruesome games and will take families back in time to the days when perilous pirates ruled the seas.

In Horrible Histories - Pirates: the Exhibition the museum will challenge families to discover if they have what it takes to be a really horrible pirate. Visitors can take command of a pirate ship, design their own pirate flag and try out different weapons - from cutlasses to cannons. They'll find their fate on the wheel of misfortune, discover the best loot to steal and take a pirate selfie.





Australian National Maritime Museum,
2 Murray Street
Darling Harbour, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

Dymocks Children's Charities Great Debate


The Dymocks Children's Charities (DCC) Great Debate will be a star studded gala raising much-needed funds to assist children in need around Australia improve their literacy standards and fall in love with reading.

The event is a fun filled night of celebrity debating, gourmet dining and enticing auction prizes.

Each year, some of Australia's best entertainers thrash out a quirky topic with hilarious results - all in the name of supporting Dymocks Children's Charities.






199 George Street
Sydney Harbour, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

Australia Day Sydney


On 26 January each year, Australians come together to celebrate their national day. The date commemorates the anniversary of the arrival of the First Fleet from Great Britain, reflecting the nation's diversity and achievements, its past and its future.

The Australia Day celebrations in Sydney are fit for Australia's oldest and biggest city with events and activities spread far and wide. There's nothing quite like Australia Day on Sydney Harbour, the city's crowning jewel.

Hear some of the hottest tunes and musical tributes at the Australia Day concert at the Sydney Opera House, featuring the top talent of Tina Arena, Guy Sebastian and Nat Conway.


Event Dates
2018
      26th Jan


Around the city and on the harbour
Sydney, NSW, 2000

Located 0.3K from Corowa

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