Comfort Inn Settlement

Address: 405-411 High Street, Echuca, Victoria, 3564, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 405-411 High Street, Echuca, is near Port of Echuca and P.S. Pevensey.
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      Visit to Echuca and free camping at Wills Bend

      A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on May 14, 2014

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      ... My phone has died, not holding a charge now, Mervs has been dying for a week! then, the solar charger starts blinking orange, warning us we don't have much battery power left to free camp, it is overcast, so not much going into the van via the solar panel on the roof, Merv gets our portable solar rug out, hooks it up in the meantime, we will have to get some fuel for the generator when we go in to Echuca so we can run ...

      Murray complete

      A travel blog entry by johnnox5 on Feb 02, 2014

      After dropping off the houseboat and saying farewell to our cousins it was time to leave Mildura. The plan was to stay at Swan Hill but when we arrived at lunch time the car temp said it was 46 degrees! Once we'd finished lunch we decided it was best to keep moving (staying in the aircon) and setting up somewhere later in the day when it was hopefully cooler...
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      A travel blog entry by veronicas on Oct 22, 2013

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      ... conceivable thing made from strawberries. Sure, there was strawberry jam but also strawberry chutney, strawberry topping, strawberry wine and liqueurs and much more.

      Also along the route was Cactus Country with 10,000 varieties of cacti and succulents.

      And so onto what was once the bustling river port of Echuca.

      Paddle Steamer on the Murray.

      A travel blog entry by davenjules on Feb 05, 2013

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      We left Yarrawonga and our camp on the Murray and headed to Barmah to stay at a caravan park so we could explore Echuca. Moama is the town on the other side of the river which is a lovely little place where we had afternoon coffee at the R.S.L after visiting Echuca, but we had to pass through there so we had a little look around.
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      Echuca's Paddle Steamers

      A travel blog entry by dee4diesel on Jan 31, 2012

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      ... call to the lockmaster at Torrumbarry (tor-RUM-bury) to make sure we’d be able to go thru on Thursday (Aust. Day) only to find out there wasn’t enough water on the other side. Gobsmacked, I thought he was having a lend of me... but after a few enquires we discovered this was true. Garry even took Rog for a run downriver to check it out himself. Sure enough, only 300ml of water on the other ...