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Club Marine Southern 80: 10-13 February, 2023
The summer fun continues with the annual Club Marine Southern 80, the biggest ski race in the world! One of Australia's largest regional events, this gruelling 80km ski race, following over 120 bends along the mighty Murray River starts at Torrumbarry and finishes in Echuca Moama. Experience an Australian icon. For more information visit www.southern80.com.au
Riverboats Music Festival: 17-19 February 2023
With a lineup which including some of the most exciting names in Australian music, the Riverboats Music Festival will feature performances by Pete Murray, Clare Bowditch, Archie Roach, James Reyne, Tim Rogers, Joe Camilleri & The Black Sorrows, Mia Dyson, Gossling, Clairy Browne & The Bangin' Rackettes and more . . . tickets on sale now from www.riverboatsmusic.com.au
Echuca Moama Wedding Expo Last Weekend In May
This prestigious event is well supported by leading regional businesses relevant to the wedding industry. Echuca Moama Weddings Expo is a wonderful opportunity for couples to learn more about the outstanding range of local products and services available to help ensure their special day goes to plan. Visit www.echucamoamaweddingexpo.com.au for more information
Steam Rally Echuca: Queen's Birthday Long Weekend.
Celebrating 50 years! From steam enthusiasts to young families, this event boasts a range of educational and exciting activities over the Queen's Birthday Weekend with more than 550 exhibits of vintage machinery and transport, working horses, old time farming trades and vintage cars, the Steam Rally has something for all ages. Visit www.echucasteamrally.com.au for more information.
Winter Blues Festival: 28-31 July 2022
Forget the winter blues! Echuca Moama's annual Winter Blues festival is not to be missed. Echuca Moama will again be the place to be this winter for heart-starting blues and roots music. Visitors to this much loved festival can soak up the blues and roots atmosphere from every street corner, in restaurants and bars and even on board one of the town's famous paddle steamers. The 2012 festival was the largest to date with blues music filling 21 venues across Echuca Moama. The fact that the vast majority of the blues and roots music is FREE is still a major drawcard for the festival.