Echuca Moama Food and Wine Trail
Once known primarily for its riverfront lifestyle and old paddle steamers, the Echuca Moama district is now a culinary capital, boasting sun-drenched riverside eateries and fine dining restaurants, stately wineries and artisan producers. And with the recently created Echuca-Moama Food and Wine Trail, visitors from near and far can explore the region at their own pace, one meal and one glass at a time.
With over 40 local operators taking part, from wineries and pubs to tour operators and producers, the trail highlights the depth and diversity of the region's food and wine scene. Download the PDF from the website or pick up a map from the visitor information centres in the area and start exploring. The trail is broken into two parts – one with a focus on wine and the other on food.
Choose from wineries all across the Echuca-Moama district, including St Anne's Winery nestled among the Pentland Hills historic, Cape Horn Vineyard, which was established in the 1860s to serve the riverboat trade, and the home of barbera and sangiovese varietals, Monichino Wines.
Follow the food map that takes in over 30 diverse local offerings – from the authentic Italian flavours at Antonio's on the Port to heartwarming pub fare at The Shamrock.