Euroa is teeming with natural beauty. Dive in and observe some of it yourself, in Castle Creek, Seven Creeks and/or one of the many local waterfalls. If you'd like to find out more about the interesting history of the town, drop by the Farmers' Arms Hotel Museum, which houses local artefacts, photos and history books. In June, Euroa's Heritage Weekend festival is held at the Hotel Museum. There are also plenty of churches, general stores, factories and public service buildings to visit in town, most of which were built in the 19th century.
There is always something on in Euroa. If you're here in August, make sure you head to the Euroa Show Jumping Classic. There's something for everyone at the Euroa Annual Show in October, and the Euroa Cup event in November is always popular with punters and socialites. Euroa is also home to some award-winning wineries. While you're in town, make sure you grab a meal at the Weekend Local, which is the local gourmet specialty store, selling fresh produce, as well as coffee. There are plenty of bakeries, cafes and convenient takeaway shops in town, many serving organic allergen-free food. You can also pick up some local produce at the Euroa Village Farmers' Market, which is on every third Saturday of the month.
Euroa is 145km from Melbourne. You can travel by coach, bus or train from the airport, but getting around town is best done by car. Euroa is part of the Ned Kelly touring route and is the perfect place to base yourself if you're planning on walking in the footsteps of the infamous bushranger in the surrounding towns, such as Avenel, Ned Kelly's hometown. Shepparton is another nearby town, which is famous for its gourmet food and wine, and is well-worth checking out. So, start your holiday off on the right foot. Check out our cheap flights to Melbourne and book your Euroa accommodation today.
Hotels in Euroa start at AU$38 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.