Cowra Japanese Gardens Tour- Weekday
Join us on a tour of the Cowra Japanese Gardens, an enchanting experience that takes you on a journey through the beauty and tranquillity of Japanese culture. Located in the heart of the picturesque Cowra region of New South Wales, the gardens that are classified by the National Trust as ‘A place of Significant Cultural, Architectural and Historic Significance, offer a peaceful oasis that is perfect for relaxation, contemplation, and learning.
Did you know this authentic Japanese Garden is the largest in the Southern Hemisphere?
As you wander through the perfectly manicured gardens, you will be transported to a world of natural elegance, where every plant, stone, and water feature has been carefully placed to create a harmonious and serene environment. The gardens also feature traditional Japanese architecture, including a tea house, bridges, and gates, adding to the authentic experience.
Whether you're a garden enthusiast, a lover of Japanese culture, or simply seeking a moment of peace, a tour of the Cowra Japanese Gardens is an unforgettable journey that will leave you feeling refreshed and inspired
* All other expenses on the day are at your own cost including lunch.
*This trip will run on a minimum of 25 attendees.
About the Trip:
Our meeting points and pick-up times for this trip will be:
7:15 am: Humpy Hall 17 Frewin Pl, Scullin
7:30 am: Belconnen Community Centre, 23 Swanson Ct, Belconnen.
Please make sure to be in your selected location in time for departure.
After departing from Canberra, we will make our way to the Cowra region with our first being at the Cowra Information Centre, where we will enjoy morning tea and learn more about the history of the town.
Then we will take you to the Cowra Japanese Gardens and Cultural Centre. Here we will have a leisurely walk through the gardens and stop for lunch* at the Gardens Café (*At your own expense).
To finalise this amazing tour, we will visit the Cowra breakout and historical cemetery site where we will have the opportunity to explore and soak up the historical importance of these two memorial places from WWII, reflecting on the impact of war and the importance of honouring those who have given their lives in service.
After this unforgettable experience, we will hop back into the coach and make our way back to Canberra.
Canberra drop-off times and locations will be:
6:30 pm: Belconnen Community Centre, 23 Swanson Ct, Belconnen.
6:45 pm: Humpy Hall 17 Frewin Pl, Scullin
Comfortable and accessible
What makes our coach different are the spacious seats and extra-wide windows that allow every single passenger to comfortably enjoy a panoramic view. You can immerse yourself in the stunning Australian landscapes while you arrive at your destination. All passenger seats have seatbelts and armrests and offer USB connectivity.
The coach accommodates up to 45 people and has low-floor kneeling offering wheelchair accessibility for up to 4 wheelchairs at a time.