Sakura Avenue

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

In 1988, as a bicentennial project, Cowra Shire Council, in conjunction with the Japanese Government, planted 1988 cherry blossom trees between the Cowra War Cemetery, the site of the Prisoner Of War Camp and the Japanese Gardens, as a sign of peace and reconciliation with the Japanese people. All trees are sponsored by Japanese businesses and citizens and Australian school children.

The drive from the Garden in Spring when the Cherry Blossoms are out is a highlight of the season.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture Carpark History & Heritage Walk

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Aerial photo of Cowra with Fly Oz

Fly Oz Scenic Flights

Cowra

cowra rose garden

Cowra Rose Garden

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bellevue hill lookout

Bellevue Hill Lookout

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Sakura Avenue

Sakura Avenue

Cowra

Cowra canola tours

Cowra Canola Tours

Cowra

Austrlias World Peace Bell

Australia’s World Peace Bell

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