Honouring our Heroes
Binney Street Shopping Euroa
Euroa Post Office
Farmers Arms Museum Euroa
Polly McQuinns Strathbogie Ranges
Euroa Show and Shine
The Flour Mill Euroa
Strathbogie Ranges

Euroa Hub Tourist & Resident Information

Address: 50 Binney Street, Euroa, Victoria 3666

Phone: 03 5795 1199  |  Mobile: 0438 596 201  |  Freecall: 1800 444 647  |  Fax: 03 5795 3550  

Email: euroahub@gmail.com
Web: euroa.org.au

Euroa is a very picturesque town nestled at the base of the Strathbogie Ranges and looking towards the plains. It is bound by two streams - Seven Creeks and Castle Creek - which adds to its beauty and serenity. All this and only a 100 kilometres and 100 minutes from Melbourne.

Euroa and district has many attractions and activities. The town has a traditional retail centre based within a one town block which provides convenient and easy shopping. There are many early buildings built at the height of Queen Victoria's era. All of these buildings have a grandeur and elegance that adds to the character of the town. Many of these buildings are located close to the shopping precinct and can be found in Binney Street (amongst the shops), in Kirkland Avenue, Clifton Street and Railways Street.

Do not miss a visit to the Victoria Cross Memorial Park in Kirkland Avenue, where the three VC winners are honoured. Euroa is the only town in the Commonwealth to have this many citizens awarded with this distinguished medal. The park features statues of Burton, Tubb & Maygar and storyboards with their stories.

As Euroa offers both flat lands and the ranges, this also means that the activities available are varied. The Strathbogie Ranges historically was prime grazing land for Merino sheep and fat lamb production now the farmers have diversified with farming now extending into cattle, cropping, cool-climate wines and a growing equine industry.

To top it all off, there are the scenic drives, bush walks, creeks and waterfalls, birds and animals and from many locations breathtaking views.

Euroa is nestled at the base of the Strathbogie Ranges; a hidden gem in North East Victoria.

Content: Strathbogie Shire Council


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