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Perched on the edge of the wild Australian outback, Mildura is an oasis on the Murray River boasting Mediterranean-style sunshine and a laid-back outdoor lifestyle. Hit the water on a paddleboat or sample the region’s famous food and wine. Explore the vibrant local culture or venture out into the ancient landscapes of Mungo National Park.
Visit the Chateau Mildura winery, taste varietals from across the region at the Sunraysia Cellar Door, or pop into nearby Trentham Estate for a relaxing lunch by the water.
Mildura is also the home of chef Stefano de Pieri, whose cookbooks and television programs made Mildura’s culinary reputation. With a chef’s hat from the Good Food Guide 2018, a visit to de the iconic Stefano’s is a must.
Seymour nestles among beautiful hills at the foot of the Tallarook Ranges and Trawool Valley, with great access to wineries, snowfields, mountains, rivers and lakes. Seymour was one of Victoria’s first ‘Railway Towns’, Seymour is home to an extravagant heritage Railway Station, Black Train park and the Seymour Railway Heritage Centre.
In recent times Seymour has happily enjoyed its proximity to the Army base at Puckapunyal. Historically Seymour was an important service centre for the agricultural hinterland. It has a number of attractive parks – ideal for picnics and breaking longer journeys – and with both the Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk, the Light Horse Memorial Park and the proximity of the Puckapunyal RAAC Memorial and Army Tank Museum it is of great interest to military historians and enthusiasts.
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Moama-Echuca are twin towns nestled on the mighty Murray River. Here you can indulge all your senses from great eateries, live music festivals set against a natural backdrop of moving rivers, ancient river gums and wonderful Mediterranean style climate.
Moama-Echuca and district offers the very best for those who appreciate good wine and food. Moama-Echuca’s wine bars will allow you to sit back and enjoy the ambience and service while in great company. You will be spoilt for choice with more than fifty eateries gracing the twin towns.
The largest one make car museum in Australia. Discover an institution begun by James Holden in 1856. An ever-changing display of over 40 beautifully restored Holdens, rare prototypes, historical film footage and a unique range of souvenirs. Just metres from the historic Port of Echuca.
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.
Enjoy an action-packed events calendar of wonderful music and food festivals, including Flavours of Echuca Moama Festival in April, Riverboats Music Festival in February and Perricoota Pop and Pour Festival in November. At the Echuca Moama Markets, you’ll find everything from arts and crafts to food and wine.
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River Country Inn
Moama Central Motel
Big River Motel
Located just 3km from Melbourne, “heading for the hills” of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges is popular with locals and tourists. With rich soil and an agreeable climate, many European immigrants settled in the region during the 19th century, creating what became known as “the food bowl of Victoria”. Many of these original farms and gardens are still productive today. For more than a century, the area has attracted artists, nature lovers, and foodies seeking solitude, inspiration, and pure indulgence. The romance of days gone by comes alive with a nostalgic ride through the Dandenong Ranges on the century-old steam train – Puffing Billy. Considered one of the best steam trains in the world, it runs every day of the year (except Christmas Day) along a 40km track under the steam of a large team of volunteers. Traveling from Belgrave to Gembrook, the train chugs through towering indigenous eucalyptus forests featuring the magnificent mountain ash trees, over historic wooden bridges, and through quaint villages. With open air carriages, the heady scent of eucalyptus adds another dimension to this popular tourist attraction.