Visit Euroa - Local Activities & Attractions
Visitor Guide details:
Euroa, Nagambie & Strathbogie Official Visitor Guide
Local Visitor Information Centres
Euroa’s giant magpie sculpture in Euroa’s Seven Creeks Park was named by a community as Swoop the Big Barrwarrang. 'Swoop' was among the most popular of suggestions while Barrwarrang pays tribute to our local Taungurung people – meaning magpie in their language. More...
Euroa Hub - Tourist & Resident Information
Located in the centre of the main street at 50 Binney Street, Euroa Phone: 03 5795 1199
Children's Playgrounds & Skate Park
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Many cyclists travel from towns and cities west of Euroa in search of some hills. Our area has an excellent mix of easy and challenging rides using Euroa as the base. The Shire has published a Map of Cycling Routes in the Shire of Strathbogie.
This is an easy 7 km walking track along the scenic Seven Creeks which was established by the Euroa Apex Club. Commencing at the Seven Creeks Park, the circuit follows the creek with one crossing at the Rockies (southern end) and the other at the Butter Factory Bridge (northern end).
Rotary Lookout & Balmattum Hill Walking Track
Note: This track was impacted by fire on January 4th 2020 but has been re-opened.
From the carpark to the rotunda is 294 metres. This track was constructed in 2001 by the Euroa Rotary Club to commemorate the Centenary of Federation. Extensive revegetation works have been undertaken using native plant species to mitigate soil erosion, enhance habitat values for wildlife and beautification. A pleasant walk with valley views. Balmattum Hill provides a more challenging extension to this walk, with fine views across the town and the vast riverine plains to the west.
The Euroa Community Cinema is a Strathbogie Shire Council managed program which is overseen by an operating committee made up of local volunteers. A group of dedicated community members volunteer their time to screen movies as projectionists and operating the kiosk and ticket box.
This very enjoyable urban walk incorporates many of Euroa’s historic buildings. Walking time is one to two hours, depending on how often you stop for photography or coffee, the distance covered is about three kilometres.
Euroa Miniature Railway is located at 11 Turnbull St Euroa. We run the 4th Sunday of the Month except January. Christmas run is the 1st Sunday in December.
Euroa Farmers Arms Hotel Museum
Housed in the historic Farmers Arms Hotel which was first licensed in 1876. We hold an extensive collection of local artifacts, including clothing, household items, farm machinery, war memorabilia and much more. We also hold a great collection of photos, along with local and family history. We have a variety of local history books and souvenirs for sale.
25 Kirkland Avenue, Euroa VIC 3666, Australia
Secretary: Gaye Wallace, Phone 0448483547
President: Roma Joyce, Email email@example.com
Wednesday & Sunday 1pm - 3.30pm
Spanning 27 hectares, the Euroa Arboretum offers a unique experience to spend time in the natural environment of northeastern Victoria. Established in 1990 the Euroa Arboretum has become a beloved destination for visitors wanting an outdoor experience as well as being a leading service provider of ecological restoration supplies and information.
Learn to Skydive, and experience the feeling of flying in the air! Buckle-up and you can fly at 14,000 feet!
The Gooram Falls is a beautiful place to visit for a swim and picnic during summer or to rug up in winter and enjoy the views of the rock pools and the water cascading over the rocks.
The picturesque Polly McQuinns is located on Seven Creeks. It is 4km south-east of Strathbogie and comprises a reservoir, weir, bridge, and a pleasant area around the water. Once a natural creek and large deep-water pool, the creek has been dammed on the northern side of the road, creating another large waterbody.
Noorilim Estate is located near Murchison in Central Victoria only 40 minutes drive west of Euroa. The estate is surrounded by 20 acres of picturesque botanical gardens, an ornamental lake and 75 acres of vineyards that are home to over 150 species of native birds and mammals including Laughing Kookaburras, Cockatoos, Parrots, Koalas and Kangaroos.
The perfect place for kids, parents or those seeking hours of fun in Victoria’s spectacular Strathbogie Ranges – just 20 mins from Euroa. Hedge Maze - Mini golf - Rock labyrinth, Goal Break Maze, Ned’s Knot Maze - BBQ facilities, plus local wines, a sensational covered decking area and outstanding views of the ranges.
The Rockery Gemstone Museum at Longwood, boasts an incredible nine rooms housing an impressive collection of jewellery, crystals and polished gemstones, along with many display cases of jewellery, crystals and carved items for sale.