Head into Corowa for a fresh-cooked café breakfast – angle for an outdoor table if you can – and fuel up on coffee before taking a walk around town. Look out for buildings that played a role in Australian Federation on the Corowa History Trail.
Tee off for 18 holes in the late morning sunshine at the majestic Corowa Golf Club, then head to Corowa Whisky and Chocolate Factory to sample the chockies and amazing small-batch whiskies, and enjoy some lunch in the cool 100-year-old building. In the afternoon head back to your accommodation for a well-earned rest, ready to freshen up for that dinner you planned earlier.
From a simple pub meal with ample drinks in a vibrant beer garden to D’Amicos Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria for a leisurely Italian meal accompanied by the best wines from Rutherglen wine region beyond, any choice is a good one. The evenings are typically cool and clear at this time of year, so there’s always time for a riverside stroll as the stars fill the night skies.