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  • Barmah National Park

    This 28,505 hectare park is located along the Murray River between Cobram and Echuca. Together with the adjoining Murray Valley National Park in New South Wales, it forms the world's largest river red gum forest. With its regular flooding events, the park is home to a variety of wildlife including a large population of waterbirds. Camping, swimming at sandy river bed beaches, canoeing, bushwalking and horse riding are popular activities in the park.

  • Echuca Historical Society Museum

    Located within the old police station which was built in 1869, the museum has a priceless collection of memorabilia from the paddlesteamer era and early life in Echuca

  • Great Aussie Beer Shed

    Museum of beer and brewery history with over 16,000 beer cans from Australia and around the world and other brewery related items

  • Lower Goulburn National Park

    Stretching along the Goulburn River between Echuca and Shepparton, this park encompasses the river's scenic meandering banks lined with river red gum forests

  • National Holden Motor Museum

    Dedicated to preserving Holden motor cars and their memories, this museum hosts Australia's largest collection of Holdens with displays of vehicles, rare prototypes, historic film footage, and photographic exhibitions

  • Oz Maze

    Test your skills and patience at this unique wooden maze built in the shape of Australia, with hidden sound effects and automated rain in the tropical areas. There is also a mini-golf pro-put course with misting sprays. The on-site restaurant serves both Australian and Asian cuisine, specialising in organic and free range produce.

  • Port of Echuca

    Experience an authentic working steam river port with tours, paddlesteamer cruises and a museum

  • Sharps Magic Movie House & Penny Arcade

    Housed in the old Bond Store (built in 1858) is a 1930s amusement arcade with 50 classic machines you can play games on. There is also a theatre showing old classic comedies on the big screen, and a gourmet fudge shop featuring home-made sweets and old-style lollies.