Spring has sprung and the Cowra landscape has transformed into fields of gold.
The team at Cowra Tourism are once again busy taking enquiries and bookings for their ever popular, Fields of Gold - Canola Tours and the new Fields of Gold Tour Packages.
Cowra Tourism has enjoyed a long standing partnership with its tourism operators.
Cowra Tourism are pleased to announce a collaboration with the Breakout Motel, Lachlan Valley Hotel, Cowra Japanese Garden and Ideal Tours to offer an amazing package when visiting Cowra this Spring
The tour package includes accommodation for two people in a Deluxe Queen Room or Twin room at the Breakout Motel, two course dinner for two people at the Lachlan Valley Hotel, entry for two people to Cowra Japanese Garden and two tickets for the Fields of Gold Canola Tour.
The total price for this incredible package is $349.00 per couple/twin share. Bookings are essential and can be made by contacting the Breakout Motel Cowra on (02) 6342 6111.
"The team at Cowra Tourism have been busy promoting these wonderful packages via social media such as Facebook and Instagram,” Andrew Grinter, Assistant Tourism Manager said.
“With the increased interest in the beautiful fields of Canola from the Chinese visitor market, Cowra Tourism has for the very first time starting promoting the 'Fields of Gold Tour Packages ' via Wechat.
“Wechat is the Chinese social media application that has over 963 million monthly active users and with the huge consumer base with differing ages, Cowra can potentially capture this market.”
Mr Grinter went on to say: “The paddocks of canola crops in flower are loved by locals and visitors alike. Visitors love the intense yellow of this crop and are interested in learning more about how the crop is grown and the oil produced from the seed when harvested. Cowra Tourism is passionate about promoting the Cowra region and the tours are a great way for people to see our beautiful countryside in an easy and enjoyable way”.
For bookings or more information, contact the Cowra Visitor Information Centre on (02) 6342 4333.