From the club website:
Just metres from the mighty Murray River and boasting magnificent scenery, Corowa Golf Club’s course is a 27 hole championship-rated course offering challenges to all levels of golfing ability.
The original course, one of the most charming to play in Australia, was designed by Al Howard and established in 1955. It is nestled amongst river gums along the course of the Murray River and offers golfers of all abilities a challenging and rewarding round that only a course of this age can. Adam and Marcus Fraser, James McLean and Brent O’Donoghue learned their craft on this course.
The front 9 holes, also designed by Al Howard, were established in 1980. The front 9 fairways are mostly long and open, unlike the old course, offering the variety some golfers may prefer. The course itself is rated in the top 100 public-access golf courses in the country.