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Some might think time has passed Bowraville by but this has ensured so many of the towns original buildings remain and have been reinvented as centres of arts and culture.

The Gumbaynggirr have been in Bowraville for thousands of years. Gumbaynggirr history and culture is an integral part of town life. You can discover the many pieces of Indigenous art around town.

The restored Bowraville Theatre is a unique attraction and community focal point with everything from western classics to contemporary foreign films. The Frank Partridge VC Military Museum was formerly the council chambers while an old majestic bank is now craft studios and tea rooms. The Bowraville Folk Museum spread over a number of original buildings also including that used as a film set in the 1980’s.

There are a range of cafes and places to relax including the delightful Phoenix Gallery & Cafe and the Bowra Hotel which has fabulous views of the surrounding countryside from the 12-foot wide upstairs verandahs.

For more information on visiting Bowraville go to  Nambucca Tourism website



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