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Canowindra, NSW, Australia
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Canowindra Riverview Motel
Canowindra Riverview Motel
8.7 Excellent
3 Tilga Street Canowindra, Canowindra, NSW, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre, Canowindra 
ExcellentBased on 196 reviews
8.7

Canowindra Riverview Motel is located in Canowindra and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It also provides a swimming pool, a bowling alley and free Wi-Fi.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:May
Average price in Canowindra:S$ 154/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 139/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
S$ 139 - S$ 178
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 139 - S$ 178
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Canowindra Riverview Motel
Canowindra Riverview Motel
8.7 Excellent
3 Tilga Street Canowindra, Canowindra, NSW, Australia
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0.4 km from city centre,  

Canowindra Riverview Motel is located in Canowindra and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It also provides a swimming pool, a bowling alley and free Wi-Fi.

S$ 143
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Canowindra Riverview Motel
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Canowindra Riverview Motel

3 Tilga Street Canowindra, Canowindra, NSW, Australia

8.7 Excellent
S$ 143

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The Old Vic Inn
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The Old Vic Inn

56 Gaskill Street, Canowindra, NSW, Australia

S$ 137

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Everview Retreat

72 Cultowa Lane, Canowindra, NSW, Australia

S$ 290

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About Canowindra

Set on the banks of the Belubula River, Canowindra is a historic township in rural New South Wales. You can shop for antiques on Heritage-listed Gaskill Street, discover ancient fossils at the Ages of Fishes Museum and relive the legacy of Ben Hall, one of Australia's most notorious bushrangers.

Things to do

An iconic Canowindra experience is soaring over the countryside in a hot-air balloon. Canowindra is known as the “Balloon Capital of Australia”, with companies like Aussie Balloontrek offering memorable sunrise flights over the glowing Belubula Valley.

No matter your age, you're guaranteed to love the Ages of Fishes Museum, which houses a collection of 360-million-year-old fossilised fish. Just one look at their ferocious jaws and it's hard not to compare them to crocodiles. The fossils were first discovered in 1955 and offer a fascinating glimpse at life in prehistoric Australia.

The Canowindra town centre is brimming with charm, with plenty of historic architecture to admire along the Heritage-listed Gaskill Street. As well as peering into cafes, restaurants and gift stores, you can visit Taste Canowindra, which hosts art exhibitions and live music shows and acts as a cellar door for local wineries.

For a glimpse at the town's colourful history, don't miss the Canowindra Historical Museum. You can climb aboard a charming horse-drawn carriage, run your hands over vintage farm machinery and learn more about Canowindra's infamous colonial bushranger, Ben Hall.

Getting around

Canowindra is easy to navigate on foot, with a stroll down Gaskill Street taking around 30 minutes. The town is nestled between Orange and Cowra in central New South Wales. Both towns are serviced by regional airports, or you can drive from Sydney in around four hours.

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Set on the banks of the Belubula River, Canowindra is a historic township in rural New South Wales. You can shop for antiques on Heritage-listed Gaskill Street, discover ancient fossils at the Ages of Fishes Museum and relive the legacy of Ben Hall, one of Australia's most notorious bushrangers.

Things to do in Canowindra

An iconic Canowindra experience is soaring over the countryside in a hot-air balloon. Canowindra is known as the “Balloon Capital of Australia”, with companies like Aussie Balloontrek offering memorable sunrise flights over the glowing Belubula Valley.

No matter your age, you're guaranteed to love the Ages of Fishes Museum, which houses a collection of 360-million-year-old fossilised fish. Just one look at their ferocious jaws and it's hard not to compare them to crocodiles. The fossils were first discovered in 1955 and offer a fascinating glimpse at life in prehistoric Australia.

The Canowindra town centre is brimming with charm, with plenty of historic architecture to admire along the Heritage-listed Gaskill Street. As well as peering into cafes, restaurants and gift stores, you can visit Taste Canowindra, which hosts art exhibitions and live music shows and acts as a cellar door for local wineries.

For a glimpse at the town's colourful history, don't miss the Canowindra Historical Museum. You can climb aboard a charming horse-drawn carriage, run your hands over vintage farm machinery and learn more about Canowindra's infamous colonial bushranger, Ben Hall.

Getting around Canowindra

Canowindra is easy to navigate on foot, with a stroll down Gaskill Street taking around 30 minutes. The town is nestled between Orange and Cowra in central New South Wales. Both towns are serviced by regional airports, or you can drive from Sydney in around four hours.

  • What are the best hotels in Canowindra?

    Canowindra Riverview Motel, rated with a score of 8.7 from 196 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Canowindra. Other top stays include Montrose House, with an average rating of 9.4 from 126 reviewers, and Blue Jacket Motel, with a score of 9.1 from 256 reviewers.