Visitor Guide details
Seven Creeks Park at Euroa has always been a favourite stop-over, being conveniently located about 150km north of Melbourne and a similar distance south of Albury-Wodonga, just a short drive off the Hume Freeway. The Park is a short walk to the town centre, a playground and the Victoria Cross Memorial Park.
Travellers Rest and RV Comfort Stop
This all-access complex includes new male and female toilets, as well as a baby change room and deck area, designed specifically for tourists and residents alike to sit and admire the beauty of the Seven Creeks Park.
Ample parking can found in Kirkland Avenue near the Travellers Rest or on the other side of Seven Creeks closer to the Seven Creeks Hotel.
BBQ & Picnic Facilities
Four electric BBQs are located adjacent to the Travellers Rest and Comfort Stop area in Kirkland Avenue. The Rotary barbecue area is used frequently by visitors and the shelter is popular for travellers and is an excellent setting for a break.
There are numerous picnic tables located around the park on both sides of Sevens Creek with bridge access. The Euroa Fish Ladder forms part of the water-level control gates which create the beautiful lake in the park.
Apex Walking Track
This is an easy 7km 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).