Econo Lodge Alabaster Motel

Address: 20-22 Lynch Street, Cowra, New South Wales, 2794, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 20-22 Lynch Street, Cowra, is near Cowra Japanese Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Cowra


    A travel blog entry by madnomads on Nov 12, 2014

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    At the Information Centre there was a very informative and well presented hologram of the Cowra Breakout of Japanese Prisoners of War during World War ll.

    We escaped ourselves on Friday as the temperatures soared well into the 30s, and the heat was almost unbearable. We couldn't think of anything to do that was cool, including the pool, as it was just too hot for that as well! So, the air conditioned Cowra Library was our saviour. We ...

    Day 35 Cowra (and last)

    A travel blog entry by dave-michelle on Oct 23, 2014

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    Last day on holidays so we didn't want to do too much driving. First stop was the information centre.where we parted with some more money. Lucky as we needed to lighten the load for the trip home. A shame the stuff we bought weighs a fair bit more.

    Out the front was a large garden full of roses. At least these roses had flowers. While Michelle looked at ...

    Day Thirty Six

    A travel blog entry by austtravel on Sep 03, 2014

    149 photos

    ... in gold against the dark green of the yet to flower crop and the backdrop of a wide blue sky with blue hills in the distance. This area would be an artists dream come true.
    Our first stop as we arrive in Cowra is the war museum that covers acres. First we wander through all the old train carriages full of junk. Then we tackle the War museum section which has some large weaponry tanks etc. There is a mock up cell from the POW camp with the original timbers on which is POW ...

    Day Thirty Five

    A travel blog entry by austtravel on Sep 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... again.
    We cannot complain, today is the only cold day since leaving home and only the third night and day that we have seen rain.
    This is an excellent camp and so picturesque with lovely trees both deciduous and evergreen and sloping grass all the way down to the dam. We would have stayed as long as we were at Ponto Falls if it hadn't been cold and wet on and off.



    A travel blog entry by chintz on Jul 14, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... are the resting places for Australian Soldiers along with a section for the Japanese. Both of these cemeteries are immaculately maintained. The youngest Australian soldier to die was seventeen. How senseless war is.

    The Rose Garden at the Information Centre has over one hundred different varieties. There are very many parks and gardens in this town, which are ...