- en-suite bathroom
- Family room
- car parking
- no pet allow
- Flatscreen TV
What’s on in Canowindra
3 Tilga St, Canowindra, New South Wales 2804, Australia
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Canowindra Trading Post
The Canowindra Trading Post is an antique and homewares store featuring a wide variety of products including antique furniture, gifts, homewares, lamps, jewellery, garden features and much more.
Enjoy a Lavazza Coffee and light refreshment served in the tranquil garden setting.
During the festive season the Canowindra Trading Post offers an extensive range of Christmas Decorations.
Wander through the two floors of the Canowindra Trading Post. Enjoy the ambience created by the eclectic mix of old and new.
Leave all your cares on the ground and revel in the peace and serenity of being close to the clouds over beautiful Central NSW!
Aussie Balloontrek’s friendly pilot and crew will make sure that you fully enjoy your experience, allowing you to simply enjoy the ride and take pictures; you’re bound to become a “balloonatic”! (Be sure to bring your camera or video)
Finn‘s Old Store
Visit Finn’s Old Store and enjoy a coffee, browse gifts, clothing and art in the gallery. Fully licensed cafe.
35 Gaskill Street, Canowindra
Phone: 02 6344 1638
Rogue Carriage Cafe
Located at 57 Gaskill street, the Rogue carriage cafe opens daily from 7am serving breakfast, lunch & dinner.
Rogue carriage cafe
The Canowindra Hotel began its life as a house in 1908 and, after being purchased by Tooheys in the 1950’s its doors were opened to the community. Lunch and dinner are served 7 days a week and there’s a large selection of spirits, ciders, and wines plus seven types of icy cold beer on tap. A family friendly hotel, even your four pawed pals are welcome in the beer garden.
Balloon Joy Flights
Hot air ballooning is one of life’s magical experiences. It is hard to explain the wonder of flying with the wind and having no sensation of movement. Words don’t do the visual spectacular justice, whether it is a brilliant sunrise or a mystical morning with fog lying in all the low valleys. Sunrise Flights last for 45 minutes to 1 hour flying time depending on available landing sites. After a spectacular flight our passengers enjoy a complimentary champagne breakfast.
Age of Fishes Museum
Imagine a world ruled by fish! Long before dinosaurs roamed the Earth, the mighty rivers of the Central West teemed with bizarre ancient fishes – armoured fishes, fishes with lungs, and some huge predators with jaws like crocodiles. Thousands of their fossils were found at Canowindra and give us a unique glimpse into life during the Devonian Period – the ‘Age of Fishes’.
A chance discovery in 1955 revealed an extensive fossil bed dating from the Devonian Period. This 360-370 million year old fossil deposit contains the remains of thousands of freshwater fish. Many were new to science. The best of the fossils so far recovered are now on public display at Canowindra, at the Age of Fishes Museum