Choose to book through Euroa accommodation and experience all that the pleasant town of Euroa has to give. It being only a short two-hour trip from Melbourne, Euroa is bursting with history that will be sure to give you the perfect country town stay for you and your family. Surrounded by great towns and an entry point to the Strathbogie Ranges, the location of Euroa is a perfect destination for even just a stop along the way! Euroa is a town constantly bursting with events for the perfect family day.
Enjoy the stunning nature of South-East Victoria with Gooram Falls, Seven Creeks or Polly McQuins Falls. There’s something for everyone in Euroa; Magyar’s Hill Winery for the adults, Euroa’s Miniature Railway for the kids and the Show and Shine Car show for everyone. Euroa is known for its friendly community but also its historic locations. The Butter Factory, Northern Republic, Seven Creeks Hotel, Euroa Hotel and the ranges of Euroa’s cafes such as The Nest, Fare Enough and Alberts Café are the highlights of this small town.
Euroa Butter Factory is the perfect location to absorb Euroa’s rich history. Built in the 1800s, the Seven Creek’s flowing water made the then unestablished town of Euroa the prime dairy country. Now the Euroa Butter Factory is an iconic building that exhibits the history of Euroa as well as a grand location for weddings, celebrations and other events thanks to its rustic architecture and beautiful gardens.
Northern Republic is a new wine and tapas bar located in the Romanesque Flour Mill built in 1873 in central Euroa. The historic building has been decked out with string lights, exposed brick and worn timber giving the space a rustic modern aesthetic that showcases all the charm of small-town living. Northern Republic has a passion for pairing food and wine, ensuring superb taste with only the best quality products, guaranteeing the finest dining experience. They are also know to hot local talent, often having musicians performing while dinner is served.
The Seven Creeks Hotel was built in 1901 near the township of Euroa. Look out from their vintage balcony to the thriving Victorian bush and listen to the calming sound of the rushing water from the creek – the Sevens Creek hotel is a must-see when visiting the town of Euroa. Stay for lunch and enjoy their heat-warming food or leisure in their blissful garden.
When staying in a small Aussie town, it is essential to visit their local pub. With homey pub food and good beer, Euroa Hotel is the heart of the town. Immerse yourself into the community, meet locals and have an easy-going night with your family and friends in their newly refurbished beer garden. Morning strolls are a beautiful way to see the town with its quiet and calming ambience. Walk by the main street and stop to have some breakfast or to get the perfect morning coffee at one of the cute cafes such as Mely & Me and The Weekend Local.