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Euroa is a rural town in Victoria. While the town has few attractions as such, its location just off the Hume Highway and good facilities for travellers make it a convenient spot for a break.

Get in


By car


The town is just off the M31 Hume Freeway north of Seymour and south of Benalla. Once taking the freeway exit, you will need to turn again into the town centre. Watch for signs. Route is about 2 hours from Melbourne, and 1.5 hours from Wodonga.

By train


V line stops at Euroa along the way en route to Albury. Paper tickets required and is outside of the Myki coverage zone.

Get around



The Big Magpie of Euroa
See also: Ned Kelly tourism#Euroa
  • 1 Seven Creeks Park. Nicely landscaped park at the heart of town, featuring the self-explanatory Big Magpie statue.
  • 2 The Colonial Bank Site. The old structure has been replaced with a new one, but the location of the Ned Kelly bank robbery won't change.
  • 3 The Euroa Inn, Tarcombe Street. This is where they stayed prior to the bank robbery in Euroa.






  • 1 Euroa Corner Shop, 1 Clifton St, +61 3 5795 3239.
  • 2 Northern Republic, 17 Kirkland Avenue West, +61 3 5795 1310. Beautifully restored old flour mill turned into an upscale Italian restaurant and function menu. The wood-fired pizzas are excellent and not outrageously priced ($25).







Go next

Routes through Euroa
Albury-WodongaViolet Town  N  S  AvenelMelbourne

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