Rowena is a small town in the far north-east of New South Wales, Australia, and lies in the Walgett Shire. It serves an agricultural community which consists of both dry and irrigated cropping as well as grazing. At the 2006 census, Rowena had a population of 201 people.
A public school, which opened in 1923 and was rebuilt in 1996, serves the district. The Pokataroo railway line passes through the town.
The school has about 30 children with the last name Bartlett (2009) and the town has a pub, a general store and a post office as well as an oval and a swimming pool.