Paddle Steamer Emmylou

57 Murray Esplanade, Echuca, Victoria, 3564, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 57 Murray Esplanade, Echuca, is near Port of Echuca and P.S. Pevensey.
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    Travel Blogs from Echuca

    Exploring Echuca

    A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Apr 16, 2014

    3 comments, 6 photos

    The day started very well with a cup of tea and a rainstorm shower. Then it got better with fresh fruit and bacon and egg. Over breakfast I was able to publish the blog for yesterday and I'll do the same with this one tomorrow.

    Then we set off to explore the town a bit. It's one of the nicest we've stayed in. Lovely clean streets, proper buildings with an upstairs, made of brick. A church with a steeple. ...

    Travelling along the Murray River

    A travel blog entry by kendricks on Jul 19, 2013

    1 photo

    ... lunch in Swan Hill and fired up the generator again for a proper coffee and then pushed on down beautiful scenic farmland. Quite a small rough road though so the van got a proper shaking up.

    Pulled into Echuca in the cold, pouring rain close to our usual 4PM cut off. Took the kids for a brief walk down to the Murray River before a quiet night with the rain pouring ...


    A travel blog entry by rickmckelk on Mar 01, 2013


    ... a picture of a dead one who looked like it was sleeping but really how desperate am I to go that far and what about my credibility trying to pass off a dead Roo to my friends . Forget about putting my go pro camera on a Roo my quest now is just to get a picture of alive one in the wild.Have I been spending to much time alone do you ...

    Paddle Steamers galore

    A travel blog entry by sweetpeafabrics on Sep 26, 2012

    2 comments, 32 photos

    We woke up early and said goodbye to our new friends (who were still laughing at the gay comment, they said it just cut to the chase on everything.....didnt leave anything to the imagination....hahahaha)
    We walked around the little old shops in the Eucha wharf and then decided to have lunch on the ...

    Gannawarra Wetlands

    A travel blog entry by dee4diesel on Feb 12, 2012

    8 comments, 27 photos

    ... the forest was a delight... many scenes reminded me of Frederick McCubbin paintings.

    The twin towns of Koondrook and Barham were important centres for the paddle steamer trade beginning back in 1870 and there’s plenty of quaint history on display, plus the 1904 lift bridge, one of the oldest remaining across the Murray.