They welcome you to their Beechworth Bakery Echuca, an experience like no other! Their bakery here offers both upstairs and downstairs as well as indoor and outdoor seating, overlooking the calm and serene surroundings of the Campaspe river.
And in addition to the visual feast, let them also entice your senses with their yummo coffee and delectable cakes and pastries. Come and kick back, relax and enjoy the warm personalised service from their friendly team. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere ...
The Museum of the Echuca Historical Society tells the story of Australia's, paddle boat capital and largest inland port. The home of the P. S. Adelaide, the World's oldest, wooden-hulled, working paddle steamer.
Echuca in Victoria, founded in 1853, by ex-convict Henry Hopwood, from Bolton, in Lancashire, England, became a very important commercial centre. Hopwood, realising that Echuca was an ideal crossing place for the cattle from the north, on their way to the gold fields at Bendigo, set up...
Australia's paddlesteamer capital.
The Historic Port of Echuca precinct is an authentic working steam port, home to Australia's largest fleet of steam-driven paddlesteamers.
Although its major commodity has changed from wool to people, Port of Echuca still operates much the same as it did in the 1860s, with shipwrights and steam engineers providing a vital role in the Port's operations today, just as they would have in the late 1800s.