English: Corowa, New South Wales
is a town in the
region of New South Wales, Australia. The town is located on the
, with its sister town,
, located on the other bank. The town was home to one of the conferences to discuss the feederation of the Australian colonies in 1893.
This page is a part of the larger project
Towns of the Riverina, New South Wales.
Churches and religious buildings [ edit ]
St John's Anglican church
St John's Anglican church, seen from Federation Avenue.
Anglican hall. Built in 1929
St Andrew's Presbyterian church and hall. The hall (left), built in 1895, was the original church. The new church was built in 1934
St Mary's Roman Catholic church, built in 1927
Roman Catholic hall, built in 1893 as the church school
St Mary's Roman Catholic convent school, built in 1929
The former Court House Hotel, now apartments
Globe Hotel, on this site since 1860
The Corowa Hotel, built around 1881
Hotel Australia, opened in 1893
Newmarket Hotel, built in 1888
Royal Hotel, first licenced in 1869
The wide veranda of the Royal Hotel
Star Hotel. The hotel features underground shops
The former Terminus Hotel, now privately held flats
Public buildings [ edit ]
Federation museum, formerly the Border Brass Band hall and built in 1915.
Court house. The middle section was opened in 1888, the side additions were completed in 1890. The venue for the official proceedings of the 1893 Federation conference. Still in use
Corowa Fire station, built in 1926.
Memorial Hall, originally the School of Arts and now a tourist information centre. The facade was built in 1914.
Post office, opened in 1880 and still in use. Substantially renovated behind the original facade.
Corowa Shire Council offices and chambers, built in 1967
Riverina TAFE campus, was the original public school building and built in 1878
Public library and resource centre, was built in 1912 as a branch of the Commercial Bank of Sydney
Commercial buildings [ edit ]
Looking west along Sanger St
Bed and Breakfast, was built in 1884 as the Bank of Australasia. Two
Pepper trees stand in front.
Former State Bank branch, built in 1936. Now Government offices
National Australia Bank branch, built in 1901
Rex Theatre, built in 1936 and closed on 1964. Now a Dimmey's discount store
Former Westpac (Bank of New South Wales) branch, now shops and offices
Park at Corowa, near the river
Memorial to Queen Victoria
War memorial and clock tower, unveiled in 1922
External link [ edit ]