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In and around Moama West Holiday & Caravan Park
Distance from park: 5.4km
Taste the freshest fruit and veg of the region! Peruse the fortnightly markets in Echuca. From locally made hot sauces to quince paste, treat yourself to a day looking at the stalls.
Distance from park: 4km
Kids are drawn to the historical wonderment of the paddle steamers; enticing them with loud foghorns and simple engineering that will serve them well in science class for years to come. The river cruises are located in town, around 10 minutes from the Discovery Parks - Echuca and will take you and your family to some stunningly secluded areas of the river. Paddle steamers leave every hour, during business hours, though some companies do have night cruises.
26 Jul 2018 - 29 Jul 2018
More blues than ever before at Winter Blues Festival in Echuca-Moama! Warm yourself up with a sweet piano number and a group of talented performers who know all about them blues. With crowds of nearly 20,000 people overall, this an event not to be missed.
Distance from park: 9.5km
Wet your whistle with the assistance of the Echuca Moama Food and Wine Trail; discover the riverside eateries, local produce on offer and various wineries that are available to you while you holiday.
Distance from park: 4.7km
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.
Distance from park: 5.5km
Walk through the old town of Echuca down at the Port where you will be transported back to a simpler time, before iPads. Depending on when you travel to the Maiden’s Inn Holiday Park, you could be privy to the tug-of-war event, the Riverboats Musical Festival or even a historical street display of vintage cars. Even without all these goings-on, you can still thoroughly enjoy a walk along the wharf as the sun goes down, and drop into the Star Hotel to check out the underground bar and sawmill site.
Distance from park: 10.5km
Stop and stare in awe at the great wall of beer cans at The Great Aussie Beer Shed and let yourself dream of a day when you can claim each beer you drink for your own impressive collection (if your wife lets you). This unique shed comes not only with a hoarding problem, but a beer garden to get a taste for your new hobby, and various other collections like tap tops, handles, barrels, bottles, signs, brewery manufacturing equipment and machinery.