There's no shortage of things to do in all seasons when visiting Echuca/Moama.
ABOVE: Cactus Country
in our region has become a national drawcard with its Mexican themed nights and sunset tours
A day trip to Cactus Country (above) or an old country pub for a traditional counter meal with the locals are unique ways to spend an afternoon or summer evening.
You'II feel brand new after feeling your feet in the Murray sand, lapping up the warm water before gliding away into the sun.
The Foundry arts space is one block stroll from Heygarth House Treehouse Hideouts Accommodation.
The Foundry arts space (above) in the Port is always a thoughtful way to fill in an hour en route the river. The local arts initiative are tireless in their efforts to put together viewing of impressive contemporary and local folk artwork.
Our friends Kathryn Mackenzie and her team at at Echuca Moama Tourism Info Centre (located just 3 blocks from us on Heygarth St) have a killer website, abundant with brochures of family fun activities and food and wine options.
BELOW: Moama Beach
Moama Beach allows swimmers to walk out into the middle of the river on an extended sand bank and watch the sun go down while watching the lights of the Wharf and Paddlesteamers fade. Its located directly opposite Heygarth House Treehouse Hideouts (through the Aquatic Reserve and over the Moama bridge.)