River Country Inn Address:
79-81 Meninya Street,
New South Wales 2731
Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the River Country Inn, New South Wales
Budget Motel River County Inn, in Moama-Echuca, is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the River Country Inn, in Moama Echuca will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
The River Country Inn in Moama-Echuca has spacious rooms opening onto a lush private garden, a saltwater swimming pool and free covered BBQ facilities, River Country Inn is just 5 minutes’ drive from the historic Port of Echuca. We also have free WiFi access is available at limited areas at the property. There is one pet friendly room available, strict conditions apply including proof of current vaccinations.
All rooms offer split-system air-conditioning and a flat-screen TV. The kitchenette has a microwave, a refrigerator, a toaster and tea and coffee making facilities. They have ironing facilities, electric blankets and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Budget Motel River Country Inn Moama-Echuca is located opposite the Moama Marketplace, which offers a supermarket, liquor store and a chemist. The motel is 5 minutes’ drive from the Echuca Paddlesteamers and the National Holden Motor Museum. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, River Country Inn in Moama-Echuca will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
Moama is Echuca’s twin town across the border in New South Wales and is a vibrant Murray River town. Visit the Port of Echuca to discover the early history of the region when Moama-Echuca was a bustling riverport. Travel in a paddlesteamer, go fishing, swimming, canoeing or waterskiing. You can also use Moama-Echuca as your base to explore nearby towns, magnificent Redgum forests, wetlands and fauna parks.
Moama-Echuca, the proclaimed paddlesteamer capital of Australia is an ideal holiday destination on the Murray River. Soak up the serenity and history of the river on a paddle-steamer cruise. Echuca Paddlesteamers and Murray River Paddlesteamers both offer memorable river experiences. Join a paddle-steamer lunch cruise to Morrisons winery. St Anne’s is another winery located on the banks of the Murray.
Towering river red gums and a mighty waterway provide a spectacular backdrop to Australia’s paddle-steamer capital. In the twin towns of Moama and Echuca, found on either side of the Murray River, hop aboard a paddle-steamer, visit waterside wineries and soak up rich riverboat heritage. By the 1870s, the historic Port of Echuca was Australia’s largest inland port. Today, Echuca retains the largest paddle-steamer fleet in the country. You can explore the history and heritage of the port and the steam-driven riverboats at the Port of Echuca Discovery Centre, located on the Murray’s southern side.
Running along the southern edge of NSW, The Murray is a remarkable region that’s full of stories. About the river, the land and the people who live there. It’s a place where great food is a part of everyday life and the drinks are one of a kind.
Where you’ll want to spend as much time as you can outdoors, where the natural beauty will take your breath away, and where you’ll be inspired by fascinating history and culture.
In The Murray, you can share a meal, an experience and an adventure. Because the best things in life are better when they’re shared. The Murray is brimming with farms, vineyards and artisan producers. There’s a delicious experience at every turn from picking your own berries to gourmet food trails and paddock to plate dining. Eat lunch by the river or in the shade of an olive grove, then taste boutique wines and sip whisky in a century-old flour mill.
The longest river in Australia, spectacular national parks, ancient lunar landscapes and thousands of native birds – The Murray is bursting with natural wonders. Hike through untouched bushland, kayak through ghostly river red gums, discover 20,000-year-old footprints, cruise on an historic paddlesteamer and reel in a legendary Murray River cod.