Euston Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information
Places nearby Euston
- Bow Creek
- Broken Hill
- Broken Hill North
- Broken Hill South
- Broken Hill West
- Broughton Vale
- Dry Lake
- Fords Bridge
- Gol Gol
- Lake Mungo
- Little Topar
- Mount Hope
- North Bourke
- Regional NSW
- Rufus River
- Sunset Strip
- Trentham Cliffs
- White Cliffs
The mighty Murray River is great for boating and water skiing and Euston has the convenience of a boat ramp in front of the Euston Club. There are several sandbars with access roads that are great for camping and fishing. The Murray is very wide and usable, so try hiring a houseboat for a weekend or a week.
The Euston Club stands on the site of the original Shailer Hotel. Prior to the opening of the old lift-bridge in 1924, a punt ferried people across the Murray River from this location.
Weir Lock 15, located downstream from Euston, includes a fish ladder and can be reached via bush tracks from Euston and through a parkland setting from the Robinvale southern side of the river. The Lock was built in 1934 and allows passage for paddle steamers and houseboats and the Murray is approximately 130 metres wide at this point.
Euston: Where To Go / Sightseeing
The Euston Courthouse was established in the early 1850s and was recently restored.
In 1865, Euston had a Police Station, Courthouse and a Whipping Post on this site.
Euston Robinvale Historical Society meet in the Court House on the first Saturday of the month.
41 Murray Terrace
Euston, NSW, 2737
Located 0.0K from Euston
Mallee Almond Blossom Festival
The Festival is held on the third Sunday in August at the Robinvale Community Centre, on the picturesque banks of the Murray River.
Come prepared for a wonderfully relaxing day sampling and purchasing local products. Enjoy informative farm tours, entertainment, food and wine, giveaways and activities for all ages.
The famous Cook Off is a must see, with a guest celebrity chef commentating while three locals compete for first place.
The general public can enter the Bake Off by bringing along something containing almonds.
Robinvale, VIC, 3549
Located 2.6K from Euston
Euston: Travel Tips
Robinvale Information Centre
The Information Centre is also the local VLine booking agent.
Robinvale is a picturesque holiday spot, and also stocks locally grown products, so why not take a piece of Robinvale home with you? There is something for everyone from nuts to olives and olive oil, salts, local art and tourist memorabilia.
The Robinvale Euston region is a rich horticultural area growing some of the countries best stone fruit, table grape, vegetables and much more.
The winding river banks that stretch for kilometres are perfect for all sorts of water front activities, you can fish, water ski, swim, camp, bike ride, bird watch and bush walk. All while taking in the magnificent views that the horticultural and agricultural industries have to offer.
You will not be disappointed with a stop over in Robinvale. It is a little different from the hustle and bustle that some holiday destinations can be. With the Mediterranean climate, the idyllic region is perfect for the family and for those wanting a relaxing, fuss-free break.
Robinvale, VIC, 3549
Located 2.5K from Euston