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Echuca’s star attraction is the historic Port of Echuca...
Car buffs should check out this museum dedicated to Australia’s four-wheeled icon, with more than 40 beautifully restored Holdens, from FJ to Monaro, as well as racing footage and memorabilia.
This is a wall-to-wall shrine of beer cans in a huge shed. It’s the result of 30 years of collecting; one dates back to Federation. Guided tours will take you through the history of beer. Very Aussie.
This historical museum is located in the old police station, classified by the National Trust. It has a collection of local history items, charts and photos from the riverboat era and early records.
At the Bridge Hotel , built by Harry Hopwood in 1859, your ticket admits you to a historic upstairs re-creation of a 19th-century home. Downstairs the Bridge is a pub, restaurant and coffee shop.
At Red Gum Works you can watch wood turners and blacksmiths at work with traditional equipment, and purchase red-gum products.
This place has authentic penny-arcade machines and free fudge tasting. The movie house shows old movies.
There are free tastings of local wines at Stevens Brook Estate .
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