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River House Echuca

Nestled above the banks of the Campaspe river in the scenic town of Echuca sits this beautifully renovated 3 bedroom period home. This riverside sanctuary provides uninterrupted views of the Campaspe and ancient river gums. River House is only a gentle walk from the main street, cafes, restaurants and the historic port. River House is the perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate surrounded by nature.

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Murray Street Retreat

Half a house! Murray Street Retreat offers your own private space including bedroom, spacious living & bathroom. Fridge, toaster, microwave & tea/coffee making facilities provided. Enjoy a drink and nibbles on the verandah, or wander down to the town’s CBD (approx 500m) or historic Port of Echuca (approx. 1 km) where an abundance of amazing eateries & boutique shopping await you! A beautiful bush walking track around the Campaspe River is at the end of the street.

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Campaspe House - Echuca

A renovated 4 bedroom home with river frontage Our fully renovated 3 bedroom house and self contained 1 bedroom Bungalow Retreat is beautifully presented and styled. Both house and Bungalow have amazing Campaspe River views. Surrounded by ancient river gums and an incredible amount of bird and animal life, from ducks and cockatoos to kangaroos, Campaspe House has so much to offer. This riverside retreat house is the perfect location to relax and reconnect with Echuca's natural beauty.

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Stay near Echuca's top sights

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Port of Echuca15 locals recommend
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American Hotel Echuca10 locals recommend
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Murray River Paddlesteamers Echuca6 locals recommend

Apartments in Echuca

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THE JUNCTION BOUTIQUE APARTMENT
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Central Port of Echuca
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Little Hopwood Apartment 1
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Luxury Riverwalk Retreat
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Echuca Holiday Units, 2 BR, Self Contained
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The Bank Apartment - Echuca Holiday Homes
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Echuca Holiday Units, 1 BR, Self Contained
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Haverfield Haven 2 Bedroom House Pet Friendly
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Echuca Historic Port Apartment
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Adelphi Apartment 6A
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✓ Gorgeous Main St Apt./Massive Balcony Over Port
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Echuca Portwalk cosy place to stay

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Paradise on Poplar!
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Little Bird on Shackell
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Temoca Cottage Echuca. Central Location & Comfy
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Echuca House
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Charlotte’s Cottage, Port of Echuca
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Whats behind the "Black Door" formally Red Door
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Peppercorn Cottage
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Poolside in sunny Echuca
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Luxury on the Esplanade
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Resort Style Living Echuca with Pool and Spa
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Ayr House - Echuca Holiday Homes
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CEDAR COTTAGE Moama: comfy house in town, pets ok

Houses with heating

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Annesley House , 71 Annesley Street , Echuca ,Vic
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Peaceful, Central Riverside Home
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Heritage house in the heart of town
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The Taylors, Port of Echuca
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Esplanade House Echuca
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The Clydesdale - Spacious 4 bedroom Home
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Theresa's on Crossen
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Amazing Echuca location with bush backyard!
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The Wesley - Stunning Renovated Church -
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Mandel on High - Echuca Holiday Homes
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Mills on the Murray
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The Cortile - Echuca Holiday Homes

Your guide to Echuca

All About Echuca

The small riverside town of Echuca is known for its historic redgum timber wharf and fleet of paddle steamers, symbols of the town’s history as a trading destination back in the 19th century. The town is located at the border of New South Wales on the Murray River, which is the longest in the country stretching some 2,700 kilometres. This river is the source for an abundance of birdlife, surrounding parks, and provides a number of options for exploring nature with kayaking, hiking, and biking. Specifically, the Murray Valley and Barmah National Parks sit just under an hour’s drive from Echuca, offering an easily accessible escape into the rugged Australian bush.

Echuca itself is known for its restaurants, even with some nationwide recognition for upscale dining. Most importantly, though, its historic paddle steamers paint a picture of what life was like at the peak of the town’s trading boom. Stand on the wharf and watch them as they carry visitors up and down the river.


How do I get around Echuca?

The closest international airport is Melbourne Airport (MEL), more than 2.5 hours away. Public transportation to this town is limited, so it’s best to rent your own vehicle and drive through the rolling countryside on your way to your holiday home in Echuca. Once in town, most amenities can be accessed on foot, including riverside walks, trails, and restaurant patios. Having a car is also helpful for getting out of town and checking out some of the picturesque nature the region has to offer, including Christies Beach a few kilometres upstream or Murray Valley Regional Park, just 20 minutes away.


When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Echuca?

Spring here is temperate and generally dry, the perfect time to explore the surrounding region. Summers in Echuca are hotter and see very little rainfall. The middle of the summer is also when the town comes alive, playing host to the largest water skiing race in the world. The winter brings much more rainfall and colder temperatures, so make sure to pack sturdy shoes and waterproof jackets.


What are the top things to do in Echuca?

Port of Echuca Discovery Centre

Take a five-minute drive from the Echuca town centre down to the banks of the Murray River to experience this open-air museum. You will learn about the rich history of the town through its sawmills, shipbuilding heritage, and the town’s iconic boats, the paddle steamers. These relics are a piece of living history that still function to this day.

Echuca Wharf

Many people visit Echuca to see the wharf alone. It was originally built in 1867 and offers views of the river and paddle steamers, but the enormous structure is a testament to the legacy of Echuca as one of the major trading ports in the country. Despite some dismantled sections, 75.5 metres of the original 332-metre wharf still stands today and is a place to spot paddle steamers launching on the Murray River. There is plenty of free parking near the wharf, and you may also book a ride on the paddle steamers, which still operate on coal and steam.

Murray River Canoe Trail

There are four canoe trails that extend through the Murray Valley and Barmah National Parks, the shortest being the 30-minute round trip from Barmah Lakes day visitor area to Rices Bridge. There is easy water access and it’s a great way to explore the river, see the houseboats lining the shores, or visit Broken Creek and Rices Bridge. They are also protected wetlands that are home to a number of waterbirds, such as royal spoonbill and Australian white ibis.