Australia's World Peace Bell


Made from melted down coins donated by 106 member countries of the United Nations, Australia’s World Peace Bell is a testament to Cowra’s long-standing contribution to world peace and international understanding. Recognised by the World Peace Bell Association in 1992, the bell is proudly housed in Cowra’s Civic Square where visitors can read the interpretive signage, listen to the audio presentation and even ring the bell itself.

A ceremony is held on World Peace Day – 3rd Tuesday in September – to mark the opening of the Disarmament at the United Nations.

Opening Hours:
Accessible at all times and admission is free.
Address: Civic Square, Darling Street, Cowra NSW 2794
Phone: 02 6342 4333
Fax: 02 6342 4563


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