Echuca Accommodation Guide

Use this Echuca accommodation guide to plan your next stay in the Murray River region. Echuca is set on the Murray River north of Melbourne. Echuca is an Aboriginal name that means “meeting of the waters”. In the mid-1800s it was one of Australia’s busiest inland ports. The wharf has since been preserved and now offers paddle steamer cruises, historic buildings, and museums. Swimming, boating, and fishing are very popular activities and there are several wineries just outside of town. Most of all, Echuca is renowned for its relaxing lifestyle making it a perfect vacation destination.

Echuca Accommodation Option #1 : Ayr House B&B;

  The Ayr House B&B; is beautifully furnished with elegant Victorian pieces. In addition to double bedrooms, the house has a library, lounge, and dining rooms available for guests’ use. A lavish four-course breakfast is served every morning. The house is located within easy walking distance of Echuca’s shopping district. To find out how to book a room for your next trip, visit this link.

Echuca Accommodation Option #2: The Caledonian Hotel

  The Caledonian Hotel is one of Echuca’s most modern, recently refurbished hotels. All rooms contain a kitchenette and off-street parking is provided. The hotel has its own bistro and garden for eating or just relaxing. On the premises is a pub (with the “coldest beer in Echuca”), surrounded by televisions for watching your favourite sport. A function room is also available for parties, meetings, or family gatherings. To see more of what they have to offer, check out their website.

Echuca Accommodation Option #3: Wakiti Creek Resort

  The Wakiti Creek Resort is 90 acres of beautiful natural bushland on the banks of Wakiti Creek. The location is ideal for canoeing, bird watching, horseback riding, fishing, swimming and just relaxing. They offer accommodation options from luxurious cabins to authentic Sioux Indian teepees. Campsites are also available. The facilities also include a swimming pool, tennis court, laundry, and a barbecue. The rates are incredibly reasonable for all there is to see and do here. If you have a sense of adventure and think this might be a place you would enjoy, visit their website. Visiting Echuca can feel like a step back in time, with its paddle steamers and horse-drawn carriages. Do you like the feeling of visiting a bygone era? Then perhaps you should think of vacationing in this little town. You will be able to discover the early history of the region when it was a bustling river port. We know that you will thoroughly enjoy your stay with all that Echuca has to offer.

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