Corowa Common offers 48 hectares of natural river red gums located on the banks of the Murray River and overlooking the magnificent Corowa golf Club.
Generally there are no facilities available and there is a nightly cost attached to camping. You need to be fully self-contained to camp at the Corowa Common.
The Corowa Common is Crown Land and operated by the Corowa Common Trust.
There are plenty of spots to launch your boat for fishing or water sports. Or just visit for the day and enjoy the beautiful walks and picnic spots.
Please contact operators directly for information regarding operating times
The Corowa Common is closed for camping until further notice.
The walking trails are still open and access is still available to the National Park via Neil St.