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Echuca Moama

Nestled on the banks of the mighty Murray River and set against a backdrop of idyllic natural bushland, the border towns of Echuca Moama exude a raw, timeless and authentic beauty that is unrivalled in Australia.

Echuca Moama itself offers a tale of two cities. One of good old-fashioned country hospitality borne out of a rich agricultural and river trade heritage. And another of modern-day sophistication, built on a growing demand for world-class wine, dining, nature-tourism and entertainment experiences.

Its back yard opens onto a natural landscape of magnificent river red gums, breathtaking river panoramas and a myriad of native wildlife. And at its front door lies an exhilarating world of award-winning wineries, restaurants, festivals, events, international bowling greens, day spas, a championship golf course, tourist drives, cycling trails and walking tracks.

Echuca Moama is a destination like no other. A place to bask in glorious, glorious sunshine, to experience the very best that life has to offer, and to reconnect with yourself, your family and your friends.

Spring Highlights:

  • Explore Echuca Moama’s river bushland and the wide range of cycling and walking trails that wind their way along the banks of the Murray. A picnic and family bike ride at Moama’s Five Mile Reserve and Mountain Bike Trail is a must!
  • Experience the river in any manner of ways (historic paddlesteamer cruise, fishing, paddleboarding, fish and chips on the riverbank, waterskiing, or a refreshing swim).
  • Immerse yourself in Moama’s colourful history by taking a self-drive tour through Old Moama (eastern end of Chanter Street). Visit Maiden’s Punt Reserve, wander around the restored Old Telegraph Station, and the picturesque River Captain’s Cottage. Download our Old Moama Historic walking trail guide here.
  • Play a round of golf at the famed Rich River Golf Club
  • Go on a easy family bike ride or bird watching through Horseshoe Lagoon in the heart of Moama. This wetland and floodplain reserve is a relaxing nature experience and an important productive ecosystem.
  • Spring is the perfect time to stock up on local produce, drop into local cellar doors such as St Anne's, Morrisons or Old School Winery for a tasting and Pacdon Park for some traditional British some goods . Pick up a copy of the River Country Food, Paddocks and Produce Guide for more information on local produce.

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