Cowra railway station


Officially opened on the 2nd of October 1887, the Cowra Railway Station strikes an impressive figure in the Cowra countryside.

A major stop on the Blayney – Demondrille line and Eugowra line junction, at the height of its prime Cowra was a major locomotive servicing point. It included inspection and ash pits, an engine house, coal stage and various facilities for the repair and maintenance of rolling stock.


The Cowra Railway Station is open for visitors on the last Sunday of every month between 9am and 3pm.

The Cowra Railway Station is now home to local community groups who offer a variety of social and community activities which help to maintain and reuse the station.

To read more about Cowra’s Railway Heritage in this article written by Lawrance Ryan click here.

Address: Lynch Street, Cowra NSW 2794


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