The friendly park. Ph: 02 63422666. 10256 Mid-Western H'way, Cowra, Nsw 2794
Cowra Holiday Park, located in a rural setting 5 minutes east of the Cowra town centre, is the perfect location for a weekend away, an overnight stop on your travels or a family holiday.
The pet friendly park caters for Caravans, Motorhomes, Buses and Campers with large drive-through, powered, unpowered & ensuite sites (all with full hookup for your rig) and features a heated pool, large clean amenities with plenty of hot showers and a covered “goods shed” barbeque area perfect for a chat with fellow guests at the end of the day.
For those seeking accommodation, the park offers a range of self contained cabins (some can sleep up to 8) with full kitchen & ensuite, plus a bunkhouse is available for groups of up to 12 people.
The town of Cowra is 311km west of Sydney on the Mid Western Highway and offers all the services and facilities you would expect to find in a larger town while still retaining that wonderful feeling of country hospitality.
Due to its central nature, Cowra Holiday Park is also the perfect base for exploring other central-tablelands towns & attractions, often providing additional accommodation for events such as Forbes’ Elvis festival, Canowindra’s balloon festival & the Bathurst 1000. There is always something going on at Cowra!
Cowra Holiday Park caters for Caravans, Motorhomes, Buses and Campers, with large powered, unpowered and ensuite sites. For those seeking accommodation, the park offers a range of self contained 1 & 2 bedroom cabins plus a bunkhouse room for small groups.
10 Reasons why you should stay with us – 1. Heated Indoor Swimming Pool 2. Undercover BBQ Area (with Open Fire during winter months) 3. Playground & Trampoline 4. Frisbee Golf Course 5. Camp Kitchen 6. Large Shady Sites 7. Coffee, soft drinks & Ice creams available at reception 8. Grassy areas to sit and enjoy the wild life 9. TV Room 10. Courtesy buses pick up from local Clubs & Pubs
Stay at Cowra Holiday Park and experience – The Japanese Gardens, The Hologram depicting the Cowra Breakout, the POW camp where the breakout occurred, or throw a line in the Lachlan River.
Dine out at one of the many clubs, pubs, restaurants and cafes. Just call one of the local club or pub courtesy buses. Or you could get a bite from one of the fast food outlets (some will deliver).