Corowa is located on the Murray River at the border between New South Wales and Victoria, the town of Corowa boasts a history rich of everything from golf, mining and winemaking to timber milling. These days, many of these pursuits are still important in this prosperous district, along with the cultivation of wool, cereals and stock. Corowa's fascinating history includes being called 'the birthplace of federation' as it was here at the local Courthouse that the 1893 Federation Conference took place and the decision was made to draw up a constitution for the new nation. Corowa is situated in the middle of the region's premier food and wine growing region. Where better to enjoy fine wine and delicious food, then in the heart of where is produced. Come and experience country hospitality at its best. The town is a sporting mecca with plenty of water pursuits available on the Murray including swimming, boating, canoeing and fishing, a championship 27-hole golf course as well as the National parachute training school and the Australian Soaring Centre that operates out of the local airport. Corowa also boasts exceptional visitor facilities and activities and including two licensed clubs, lawn tennis and bowling.