The Port of Echuca literally means the ‘meeting of the waters’. It sits on the junction of the Murray and Campaspe rivers and just downstream from the Goulburn River.
It has a a wonderful climate, beautiful riverside locations,great sightseeing, and a good variety of shops. You can enjoy a club or dine out at stylish restaurants or enjoy the many cafes and eateries.
It’s the perfect place for a relaxing holiday with plenty to see and do only 2.5 hours from Melbourne.
Echuca is a city of festivals and events. You can explore the old Port of Echuca and the amazing riverboats – the paddle-wheelers and working steam engines. Experience the mighty Murray River on a river cruise, go fishing, swimming or simply paddle a canoe.
Wake up to clear country air and a chorus of birds. Explore nearby towns, magnificent red gum forests, wetlands and fauna parks. One of Echuca’s unique qualities is the way the town buildings and public areas have been restored.
From the historic port area to the streetscapes with large verandas and the wide streets, Echuca will make you want to come back again & again.
Central location, close to all Tourist Attractions.
Located only 1.4 kilometres from the heart of Echuca.
Short stroll to the bank of the Mighty Murray River.
Quiet, serene shady location with landscaped surrounds AWAY from the hustle and bustle.
Clean modern ensuite cabins all fully self contained sleeping 2-7 people.
Highly popular drive through, spacious brick ensuites sites.
Boat Ramp only 400 metres away.
Clean, Modern amenities block.
Facilities for the disabled.
Family bathroom & Laundry.
Powered camping sites.
Sullage to all powered sites.
Town water & Sewerage.
Washing machines and dryers.
In-ground swimming pool and toddlers pool.
Children’s Playground and Air-conditioned Games Room.
Free Gas Barbecues.
Pets by arrangement only.
This park is a part of the Family Parks Network, who represent independent caravan parks and camping grounds promoting fantastic holiday destinations for holiday lovers throughout Australia and New Zealand.
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