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Echuca Moama​

Echuca Moama are twin towns nestled on the Murray River, surrounded by iconic red gum forests and charming country towns. Your cruise aboard PS Emmylou will see you exploring the region from the river however there is so much to do ashore, that we just had to let you know.

So plan ahead and stay for a while discovering our two defined wine regions, tour our silo art trail, visit our award-winning attractions, get adventurous on our walking and cycling trails, and watch the sun go down beside a riverside campfire.

Your next river holiday awaits in Echuca Moama. Take me to the river!


The majestic Murray River, two distinct wine regions, artisan creators, and tonnes of family fun. You will find it all in Echuca Moama. Take your time to plan your trip using the tools on the Echuca Moama Tourism website. We are looking forward to welcoming you to Yorta Yorta Country and aboard PS Emmylou very soon. More travel information here.

Echuca Map

Food and wine experiences

Echuca Moama is home to two defined wine regions as well as a selection of local and regional wineries, breweries and a distillery. Scattered along the wine routes are an ever-growing number of local producers and artisan creators, who complete the food and drink experience for our gourmet-loving visitors. More about wineries and breweries here.



Swim, ski, paddleboard or kayak down the river, cruise on a paddlesteamer, step back in time in our historic Port, sip and savour your way through two distinct wine regions, take in the silo art trail, visit one of our family-friendly attractions, explore a museum or gallery, and take in our wide open spaces on one of our walking or cycling trails. Echuca Moama has things to do for the whole family.

Road trips

Explore a beautiful section of the Victorian Silo Art Trail in Echuca Moama. Admire the painted silos and visit award-winning wineries along the way or spend a day in Murray Valley Regional & National Parks – Gulpa Island Drive This scenic drive takes you through the towering river red gum forests in the northern part of Murray Valley National Park and Regional Park. View more road trip itineraries here.


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