74 Murray Esplanade, Echuca NSW 3564, Australia
Port of Echuca Discovery Centre
Port of Echuca Discovery Centre invites you to come walk the path of our river pioneers.
The iconic Port of Echuca, located two and a half hours north of Melbourne on the banks of the Mighty Murray River, is one of Australia's premier regional tourist destinations.
A visit will allow you to explore the legend of Australia's pioneering spirit and learn how Australia's inland river system connected a fledgling colony to its growing cities and outside world.
Be captivated by the meticulously restored Echuca Wharf.
Discover Echuca Moama's unique paddle steamer history through the living breathing vessels that still captivate the imagination of visitors today.
To pre-book your Discovery Centre full-day ticket, please click here.
7-11 Warren St, Echuca VIC 3564, Australia
National Holden Motor Museum
If you are a TRUE BLUE AUSSIE visiting Echuca, you shouldn't go past visiting the NATIONAL HOLDEN MOTOR MUSEUM.
Echuca is fortunate to have the Nations largest collections of Holdens, making this private Museum the largest one brand car Museum in Australia. See over 40 vehicles, including rare prototypes, historic film footage, and photographic exhibition.
The Museum can have you in another time zone as you turn the ignition key of your memories.
The Museum is an ever changing display. The vehicles and memorabilia are courtesy of Holden Ltd, Holden enthusiasts and private collectors.
Visitors can pick from a great range of souvenirs, including Holden apparel from the large souvenir and gift shop.
Centrally located opposite the historic Port of Echuca, only a minute from other attractions, cafes, and restaurants.
331 High St, Echuca VIC 3564, Australia
Echuca Leadlight Studio
Producing high quality handmade fused glass art, including Platters, Plates, Bowls, Coasters and decorative pieces.
Echuca Leadlight Studio & Glass Art also produce leadlight windows for residential properties, panels for furniture and a leadlight repair and restoration service.
1 Dickson St, Echuca VIC 3564, Australia
Echuca Historical Society Inc
Echuca Historical Society located in the 'National Trust' building of the '1969 Echuca Police Station and Cell complex' has been in operation since 1960, collecting and preserving the history of the town and area.
It is a local history museum, with a strong focus on recording the early settlement along the Murray River, and has an extensive collection of photos and archives including the Riverine Herald since 1864 and Council Rate Books since 1863 on microfilm which can be called upon when required.
Our museum is operated by volunteers and is open 11am till 3pm, 7 days per week, with special attention given to visiting schools, groups and social clubs. Should you need assistance (ie wheelchair or such) please let us know prior. You can drive into our yard and be amongst the exhibits immediately.
111 Hare St, Echuca VIC 3564, Australia
Alton Gallery is operated by Echuca Moama Artists and features displays of work by local and regional artists.
Several significant exhibitions are held throughout the year, including the annual exhibition which is held in September and October each year.
Please come by and see the beautiful local and regional art on display.
90 Annesley Street, Echuca 3564
Gravity Shack has bouncing covered with interconnected trampolines, performance area, giant air bag, dodgeball area and basketball lanes for the kids (and big kids) to explore.
Trampolining is a low impact health activity, rewarding for both the mind and the body! But the kids don’t need to know that – they can just enjoy exploring a playground where they can bounce and laugh the day away.
Thats not all… Gravity shack has added a multi-level playground with belly tickling slides and obstacles for many ages to enjoy.
We have a volcano that can challenge even the best of tree climbers.
75 Lake Road, Kyabram VIC 3620
Kyabram Fauna Park
The Park has the second largest collection of Australian Fauna in Victoria, including Koalas, Alpine Dingoes, Owls, Snakes, Wombats, Kangaroos, Wallabies, Tasmanian Devils, Cockatoos, Parrots, Waterfowl, Cranes, Finches, Lizards and many more. There is a large Walk Thru Aviary; Australia's first, energy efficient Reptile House, Wetland Viewing Hides and a Wetland Observation Tower.