Echuca, Australia

The twin towns of Echuca/Moama were each established by their own convict. The stories of this large inland port are rich in humour. Echuca/Moama has some of the world's oldest paddle steamers still in operation. There will be more pictures of this port and the mighty Murray River.

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BRIDGE HOTEL, ECHUCA,  (Mid Size)

This very old hotel is a major feature of the riverboat/wharf precinct. It has a colourful history and operates as a classic hotel. Why not step back in time and become part of Echuca's living history? ALL PRINTS are now available at CITY FRAMERS, 80/A GARSED ST, BENDIGO Ph.5441 3155

 


CAPTAIN CARLYONS COTTAGE (Mid Size)

This is a tiny cottage on the bank of the Murray river. In the early 1850s Capt Carlyon’s river steamer the “Kelpie” was often moored right at the front gate. The cottage has a long and very colourful history. ALL PRINTS are now available at CITY FRAMERS, 80/A GARSED ST, BENDIGO Ph.5441 3155

 


P.S. ADELAIDE (Mid Size)

Believed to be the oldest original and operating paddle steamer in the world. The "Adelaide" was built at Barham on the bank of the Murray River. It now carries passengers. ALL PRINTS are now available at CITY FRAMERS, 80/A GARSED ST, BENDIGO Ph.5441 3155

 


P.S. ALEXANDER ARBUTHNOT (Mid Size)

This paddle steamer started its working life as a logging steamer the same as the “Adelaide” Now rebuilt for cruises it is a gracious part of Echuca’s living history. ALL PRINTS are now available at CITY FRAMERS, 80/A GARSED ST, BENDIGO Ph.5441 3155

 


P.S. PEVENSEY (Mid Size)

Now part of the living history of Echuca the Pevensey is probably best known as the “Philadelphia” that had a role in the Television series “All the Rivers Run”. ALL PRINTS are now available at CITY FRAMERS, 80/A GARSED ST, BENDIGO Ph.5441 3155