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Echuca Moama See & Do

 Image courtesy of Destination New South Wales. 

Cactus Country

Not your ordinary garden, Cactus Country is 10 acres of cacti from the Americas and Africa. An all-year round destination in sun country. Purchase your own cactus to take home or experience the rich flavours of Mexican food at the Cactus Cafe. Olé! 

Watersports

You're at The Murray and the weather is beautiful. So what do you do? Have some blood-pumping action on the water! Go waterskiing, wakeboarding, canoeing, or boating on this riverside spot. Our Maidens Inn, Moama and Moama West parks have boat ramps at your disposal. 

Yum!

Wine connoisseurs, be prepared. Echuca-Moama is spoilt in choice for options of red and white. The region has achieved a good standing for both its wine and food. While you're at it, don't just visit the wineries. Take a food tour to the Echuca Chocolate Company followed by an afternoon of strawberry picking at The Big Strawberry

 

Maidens Inn Waterpark Echuca Moama

Why even leave?: Waterpark Bonanza

Opening early 2017, Maidens Inn, Moama will be opening up a brand new waterpark! Complete with tipping bucket, slides, and a whole lot of splashtastic action. The perfect way to cool down in the warmer months, experience our splash zone with the whole family. 

Kyabraum Fauna Park

Walk through an aviary, be charmed by snakes, or say hello to a crocodile. One of the largest collections of Australiana fauna, peak-a-boo at the furry and scaley creatures on display. 

National Holden Motor Museum

Exhaust yourself with beautiful, unique cars at the National Holden Motor Museum. Models from far and wide have been selected and brought to this museum for the betterment of Australia. This Museum takes it upon itself to educate and excite those who visit the museum, igniting inner rev-heads, as the largest one-brand, unique car museum in Australia should.

Port of Echuca

A little slice of our country's history! The port was a central part of riverlife and the base for the boat industry along the Murray. Now with steamboat restorations you can see one for yourself. Better yet, take a special tour through the world's largest Red River Gum forest, the Barmah Choke.