Country Gardens Motor Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Country Gardens Motor Inn Cowra
Travel Blogs from Cowra
... I went to do a geocache but there appeared to be a class from a nearby school looking for it. Once they finally left I jumped in and picked it up.
We then went to have a look at Conimbla National Park and partially did one of he walks but it was too hot to do much walking so we headed back to the picnic area for lunch.
After lunch we drove out ...
... are in bloom, which may not be for weeks yet but they are budding up.
We then drove up to Bellvue Tower lookout and walk up to the viewing area. As we were walking back down the hill, a car drives towards us and stops, what a coincidence it was Jan and Wayne, who we camped with at two locations and are about to add a third.
The POW camp is our next stop and here we tramp all over this very large site. It is a disgrace that this was not preserved, in particular the fountains ...
... which is a much bigger place than I imagined. Our first stop was Bunnings area where they had everything auto shops, BCF, Spotlight, etc. We have a main gas bottle for van and Webber gas bottle refilled at BCF for a 9 kilo and 4 kilo cost $36.45.
We got some more eco logs from Bunnings and then went to do some banking before having lunch.
We headed off again and intended staying at a roadside stop, which didn't look too bad but was on a corner ...
Today we travelled from Gundagai via Cootamundra and Young to Cowra.
At Cootamundra we visited the Tourist Information/Performing Arts Theatre, where we were given a brief history of Coota. We were also told that they had not seen any sun in Coota for several weeks and even though it was cold it was good to see it today. There are some beautiful old buildings and many wide streets which ...
... escaped into the countryside. They were later captured. The death toll was 235 including four Australian soldiers.
What has arisen out of this is a caring and respectful relationship between Cowra and Japan. The Cowra sub-branch of the RSL informally maintained the graves of the Japanese soldiers as a mark of respect for men fighting for their country. The cemetery was formally recognised in 1964 and is the ...