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[A map displaying the municipality of Cowra]
Cowra (SW NSW SI55-08)
[Written on left side of the map]: First settlement 1832 – known as ‘Cowra Rocks’ – Became municipality, 1888 – Height above sea level 296m, average rainfall 610 mm – District produces: wool, fat lambs, cattle, wheat, canned foods, lucerne, stock foods. Km to... Sydney 320, Canberra 198, Melbourne 666, Adelaide 1126, Wyangala Dam 53. [Written on the right side of the map]: This map was presented to the town of Cowra, by the Rotary Club of Cowra to commemorate Rotary’s golden anniversary 1905 - 1955