D’Amicos restaurant in Corowa is open 6 nights (closed Wednesdays) and has a seating capacity for 50+. Private functions can be held in the Red Room which looks onto Corowa’s Federation Gardens. D’Amicos Corowa is a popular restaurant venue for dinner group bookings, and special celebrations from birthdays to anniversaries.
Being a resort town, bookings are recommended particularly during peak holiday periods and special weekend celebrations. Second sittings are often in place to avoid disappointment.
The Corowa restaurant is at the top end of Sanger Street, the main street of this pretty tourist and recreational town located on the Murray River. If coming from Victoria, Corowa is just over the Murray River into New South Wales, where camping, water sports, golf and grass tennis, are all on offer.
Corowa is 15 minutes to Victoria’s famous Rutherglen and Wahgunyah vineyards where many cellar doors are open daily to the public. It is 45 minutes to the historic town of Beechworth and 50 mins to Albury.
Many special interest groups come to the area for sport and recreational pursuits such as golf, water-sports and gliding. Boasting a “Mediterranean style” climate, this popular resort town has substantial accommodation and leisure facilities which make it a popular destination throughout the year. Nestled on the Murray River, the Corowa Golf Club is a 27 hole championship course. Corowa Airport is the venue for national skydiving champions and Skydive Victoria operates from this airport. The old restored flour mill in Corowa is the new home to Corowa Whiskey and Chocolate, where single malt whiskey is in production and Coverture Chocolate is sold in the cafe.
For more information on Corowa visit www.visitnsw.com/destinations/country-nsw/albury-area/corowa