Nestled at the base of the Strathbogie Ranges, just a 40-minute drive from Nagambie, sits the charming heritage town of Euroa, and it would be remiss not to pop into this peaceful but hard-hitting and vibrant town when exploring the heart of Victoria.
Euroa is all about discovering local gems and exploring the region. We thought we’d give you a hand with a small list of some of our personal favorites.
Local produce in spades at some of these fantastic eateries.
Euroa Butter Factory.
A delicious and cosy café housed in the old Euroa Butter Factory dating back to 1901.
Seven Creeks Hotel.
Beginning as a store in a tent on the very same corner in 1853 when the road was alive with passing traffic between Melbourne and Sydney, the store then evolved into the hotel which began construction in the 1860s. This pub has been serving hearty pub meals for generations and certainly knows what they’re doing.
Ruffy Produce Store.
This quirky country store offers some of the best local produce you can purchase and sample.
Local winemakers have created this extraordinary Italian Inspired food and wine trail. Don’t miss it.
Dal Zotto Estate.
This family run estate is flying the flag for Australia sparkling wines. They also have a trattoria filled with local produce.
Experience the country hospitality at one of Australia’s oldest and most loved wineries. Don’t leave without sampling the Patricia Noble Riesling.
Walk the regions converted heritage trail, go off the grid, kick back and relax amongst the olive groves and sample the regions best produce at the Farmers Market.
Stay at Shacky.
Nestled within a beautiful olive grove, Shacky combines natural beauty with unparalleled comfort. It lets you breathe fresh air in this refreshing off-grid getaway.
Euroa Village Farmers Market.
Euroa Village Farmers Market brings 30 local and regional stallholders together on Kirkland Avenue on the third Saturday of each month.
Euroa Heritage Trail.
The Euroa Heritage Trail is a scenic walk that takes you on a tour of the town’s most iconic landmarks, with the most famous being the former Euroa Bank that Ned Kelly notoriously held up.