Yarraby Holiday Park - Echuca-Moama

Park Overview

Located in Echuca, just over 2 hours drive North of Melbourne, Yarraby Holiday Park provides guests with a magnificent holiday destination right on the Murray River. The park is very well established with immaculate gardens and lush trees providing the perfect environment to simply relax and enjoy life.

There is plenty to keep the kids entertained while Mum & Dad sit back on one of the well sized verandahs and enjoy a relaxing beverage with friends. Echuca is immaculately maintained with historical buildings and streets and is the perfect place for a carefree holiday.
  Yarraby Holiday Park, with its majestic riverfront location set on 24 acres offers a relaxing and inviting holiday. The area's fine dining and restaurants offer a variety of exciting foods. Combine this with history, golf and water sports and Yarraby has everything you need for the perfect holiday getaway.

Rating: Self Rated 4 

Features of the Park

  • Powered Sites
  • Guest Amenities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • BBQ area’s
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court
  • Playground
  • Kangaroo Jumper
  • Mini Golf
  • Free Wifi up to 200mb

Nearby 

  • Port of Echuca
  • Paddle Steamers
  • Murray River
  • Wineries

 

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Rates start from

$35.00

(Powered site)

or

$102.00

(Cabins)

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Location - VIC

Accommodation

Yarraby Holiday Park
Riverview Cabin

The Riverview Cabin has three bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Double size bed with single bunk overhead in 2nd bedroom
  • 2 sets of bunk beds in 3rd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Air-conditioning & heating
  • Large verandah
  • Sleeps 9 (Cabin best suits 4 Adults and 5 Children)

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Deluxe Spa

The Deluxe Spa has three bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Double size bed with single bunk overhead in 2nd bedroom
  • 2 sets of bunk beds in 3rd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Air-conditioning & heating
  • Large verandah
  • Sleeps 9 (Cabin best suits 4 Adults and 5 Children)

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Holiday Cabin (3brm)

The Holiday Cabin has three bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • Double size bed with single bunk overhead in 2nd bedroom
  • 1 set of bunk beds in 3rd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • DVD player
  • Bathroom
  • Air-conditioning & heating
  • Large verandah
  • Sleeps 7 (Cabin best suits 4 Adults and 3 Children)

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The Getaway

The Getaway is a four bedroom house and includes:

  • Queen in main bedroom with Ensuite
  • Queen in second bedroom
  • 2 x single
  • 1 x single
  • Linen Provided
  • Fully self contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Large Screen Television
  • DVD
  • Bathroom with bath
  • Laundry with Washing machine & Dryer
  • Air Conditioning
  • Combustion Wood Heater + split system heating
  •  Large Alfresco dining area with bbq
  • Sleeps 7

 


 

Yarraby Holiday Park
Courtside Villa

The Courtside Villa has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Queen size bed in main bedroom
  • 1 set of bunk beds and 1 single bed in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • Bathroom
  • Reverse cycle air-conditioning
  • Large verandah
  • Sleeps 5

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Holiday Unit

The Holiday Unit has two bedrooms and includes:

  • Double size bed in main bedroom
  • 2 set of bunk beds in 2nd bedroom
  • Linen provided
  • Fully self-contained kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Air-conditioning & heating
  • Sleeps 6 (maximum 2 Adults and 4 Children)

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Studio

The Studio is open planned and includes:

  • Queen size bed in living area
  • Linen provided
  • Small kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Air-conditioning & heating
  • Sleeps 2

Yarraby Holiday Park
     Ensuite Cabin

The Ensuite Cabin has one bedroom and includes:

  • Double size bed in main bedroom
  • Single size bed in living area
  • Linen provided
  • Small kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Dining
  • Television
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Sleeps 3

Yarraby Holiday Park
     Ensuite Site

The Ensuite sites have level parking for a caravan or motorhome and include:

  • Ensuite shower, toilet and hand basin.
  • Easy access to power and water

Yarraby Holiday Park
Powered Site (paved)

The powered caravan and camping sites are paved with easy access to power and water.


Yarraby Holiday Park
Powered Site (grassed)

The powered caravan and camping sites are grassed with easy access to power and water.


This information is provided to ensure a safe and pleasant visit with us:

  • All rates are quoted in Australian dollars and GST is applied.
  • Rates apply to TWO guests unless otherwise stated.  Additional persons incur an additional charge per person.
  • An adult refers to 16+ years, children refer to 3-15 years and infants refer to 0-2 years and are free of charge.

Cancellation Policy

  • One night's accommodation will be charged if less than seven (7) days’ notice of cancellation is received.
  • 50% of one night's accommodation will be charged if less than fourteen days (14) notice is received
  • Full refund will be made if cancelled greater than fourteen (14) days from arrival.
  • No refund applicable for early departure.
  • All cancellations must be in writing direct to the property

For your children’s wellbeing and safety - "Children under the age of 9 years are not permitted to use the top bunk and children must not play on top bunk" - Work Law Health & Safety state that operators must comply with the Australian Standard AS/NZS 4220:2010.

Credit Card transaction fees will be applied to all payments made by credit card and the following fees apply:

  • Visa & MasterCard 1.1% inc.
  • AMEX & Diners 3.85% inc.

Debit Card and EFTPOS transactions do not attract fees. If paid by credit card, the surcharge is refundable.

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Getting There

Yarraby Holiday Park - GPS Coordinates
Latitude -36.125648
Longitude 144.789200
  S36° 7.5389’, E144° 47.352’

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How far is?

Yarraby Holiday Park is approximately 225km from Melbourne’s CBD.    


Getting to / from Melbourne Airport

  • Driving Time -Domestic – 2 hours and 45 minutes/International – 2 hours and 45 minutes
  • Distance - Domestic - 198kms/International - 198kms

Tullamarine Airport, Melbourne, is a modern facility approximately half an hour away from the centre of Melbourne. The international and domestic terminals are easily accessible by car, taxi and bus.
 


Melbourne to Echuca via Kilmore & Heathcote

  • Driving Time - 3 hours
  • Distance - 220 kms

Melbourne

Melbourne is Victoria’s capital and provides non-stop activity and 24 hour entertainment. There is an almost endless range of places to eat, things to do and places to go. Melbourne is renowned for its quality restaurants, theatres, galleries, museums, shopping, gardens and major attractions.

Beveridge

A small township located 42 km north of Melbourne along the Hume Highway Beveridge is located in the fertile Goulburn Valley. Although a small town with just over 100 inhabitants, Beveridge will have a permanent place in Australian history because it was the birthplace of legendary bushranger, Ned Kelly. The town boasts several impressive historic buildings including the Kelly family homestead, the former Roman Catholic Church, and the historic old post office building.

Things to do:

  • Visit the Kelly family home
  • Wallan Woolshed - see sheep being shorn & herded, eat a traditional meal
  • Historic buildings - Roman Catholic Church, Old Post Office
  • Beveridge Birdworld - giant hedge maze, picnic facilities, bird complex, animal nursery, playground

Kilmore

Kilmore is located 62km north of Melbourne on the Northern Highway. Kilmore means 'great church' which is derived from Gaelic. The town has a strong focus on racing and it hosts some major horseracing events, including the Kilmore Cup and the Kilmore Pacing Cup, Australia's richest provincial harness racing event. Festivals and events include the Kilmore Celtic Festival in July, the Kilmore Harness Racing Carnival in October, the Highland Games in November and the Agricultural Show in early December.

Things to do:

  • Visit the Mt William Winery to enjoy excellent wines in a garden setting
  • Go for a tour through the Old Kilmore Gaol
  • Whitburgh Cottage - the town's oldest surviving house
  • Wander around town and admire the historic bluestone buildings
  • Pack a picnic and head to Hudson Park
  • Tramway Museum - tram rides and an extensive display of cable cars & trams

Heathcote

Heathcote is a small rural township nestled amidst box ironbark forests, with a strong historical background dating from the 1850’s. Heathcote’s physical and social attributes – the climate, the nearby peaceful bush environment, the friendly people make Heathcote unique. Located at the junction of two major highways, Heathcote is a convenient distance from Melbourne, Bendigo, Echuca and other large towns. Heathcote boasts a range of tourism interests - historical and cultural; National and State parks, relics from the gold rush days, and a burgeoning wine industry. Bushwalking, cycling, photography, wildflowers, bird watching, sightseeing, gold prospecting and gemstone fossicking are some of the town’s main attractions.

Echuca - Moama

From the Aboriginal word meaning ‘meeting of the water’, Echuca is one of Victoria's oldest river towns. At one time Echuca was the state's most substantial inland river port. Paddle steamers traded along the Murray and Darling Rivers almost as far as the Queensland border and brought their cargoes of wool to Echuca for transport to the Port of Melbourne, with much of the wool going for export from Melbourne to London.
It is this aspect of its history that has become the basis for the town's reputation as a tourism centre, particularly since the restoration of the old port area began in 1973. Paddle steamers again travel the local waters, albeit for purely recreational and nostalgic purposes. Moreover, the survival of many original buildings has enabled a meaningful renovation of the old streetscape and the wharf now offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience a working steam port. Visitors can take a relaxing one hour cruise aboard one of the authentic paddle steamers or a leisurely one hour stroll on a self guided tour of the Echuca Wharf or simply wander around the Port all day.
The township is also the perfect base for a water-based holiday with its location right on the Murray River, its warm Mediterranean climate, and the myriad of water based activities on offer. 

Melbourne to Echuca via Ballarat & Bendigo

  • Driving Time - 4 hours
  • Distance - 331 kms

Melbourne

Melbourne is Victoria’s capital and provides non-stop activity and 24 hour entertainment. There is an almost endless range of places to eat, things to do and places to go. Melbourne is renowned for its quality restaurants, theatres, galleries, museums, shopping, gardens and major attractions.

Ballarat

Ballarat is just over 1 hour from Melbourne via the Western Highway and is Victoria’s largest inland city. It is famous for being the site of the world’s largest deposit of alluvial gold. The legacy of this boom period is still evident in the majestic architecture and wide tree-lined streets of the town today. While history plays a big part, the city also has a very modern outlook with stylish cafés, a lively arts and music scene, plenty of shopping, beautiful gardens and ample attractions, events and activities.

An absolute must is Sovereign Hill that is a fabulous re-creation of the hustle and bustle of life in Ballarat in the 1850s. Set on a former gold mining site, the compound has more than 60 buildings, while over 200 people volunteer to dress in period costume on a regular basis. You can do all the traditional activities like pan for real gold, buy boiled sweets from the confectioner’s, ride in horse-drawn carriages, travel underground on a tour of the Red Hill Mine, or simply observe the working and living conditions that existed last century.

Bendigo

Bendigo is a charming and elegant regional city that displays an opulent heritage in its impressive nineteenth century 'boom town' architecture. In the geographical centre of Victoria, the city is an ideal base to explore Victoria’s golden heritage.

In the centre of town, historic sandstone buildings nestle amongst century-old gardens and established trees. Explore the city sidewalk cafés, art galleries and antique stores that are a vibrant mix of the old and the new.

Things to do:

  • Go underground at the restored Central Deborah Gold Mine, visitors descend dropping the equivalent of a thirty-storey building to explore the main, vertical shaft
  • Learn about Bendigo's history - take a ride on Bendigo's talking tram
  • Explore the Chinese Dragon Museum, home to the world’s oldest and longest imperial Chinese dragon, 'Sun Loong'
  • Taste award-winning Shiraz and Cabernet at one of the local wineries

Echuca - Moama

From the Aboriginal word meaning ‘meeting of the water’, Echuca is one of Victoria's oldest river towns. At one time Echuca was the state's most substantial inland river port. Paddle steamers traded along the Murray and Darling Rivers almost as far as the Queensland border and brought their cargoes of wool to Echuca for transport to the Port of Melbourne, with much of the wool going for export from Melbourne to London.
It is this aspect of its history that has become the basis for the town's reputation as a tourism centre, particularly since the restoration of the old port area began in 1973.

Paddle steamers again travel the local waters, albeit for purely recreational and nostalgic purposes. Moreover, the survival of many original buildings has enabled a meaningful renovation of the old streetscape and the wharf now offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience a working steam port. Visitors can take a relaxing one hour cruise aboard one of the authentic paddle steamers or a leisurely one hour stroll on a self guided tour of the Echuca Wharf or simply wander around the Port all day. The township is also the perfect base for a water-based holiday with its location right on the Murray River, its warm Mediterranean climate, and the myriad of water based activities on offer.

Facilities

Entertainment

  • BMX bike track
  • Mini golf
  • Playground 
  • Kangaroo Jumper
  • Recreation room
  • 2 resort style swimming pools (1 is indoor & heated during winter months)
  • Television room
  • Tennis court

Amenities

  • Clean ablution block facilities with floor heating
  • Disabled amenities (call park directly for specific details)
  • BBQ facilities
  • WiFi
  • Camp kitchen
  • LP Gas refills
  • Sullage and dump point

Services 

  • Sorry no Pets

Attractions & Events

Local Events Calendar - 2013/14

July  
August  
September
  • 6 - 28
    AFL Final Series
  • 21 - 1 Oct
    Royal Melbourne Show
October
  • 21 Sep - 1 
    Royal Melbourne Show
  • 17 - 20
    Royal Geelong Show
  • 23
    Geelong Cup
November
  • 3 - 4
    Toast to the Coast
  • 23 - 25
    Queenscliff Music Festival
  • 30
    Geelong Highland Gathering
December
  • 28 - 1 Jan
    The Falls Music & Arts Festival
  • 31 - 1 Jan
    Bluestone Blues Festival
January
  • 28 Dec - 1  
    The Falls Music & Arts Festival
  • 31 Dec - 1  
    Bluestone Blues Festival
  • 11 - 12 
    Lorne Pier to Pub (TBC)
  • 12 - 13 
    Geelong Vintage Rally (TBC)
  • 20 - 25
    Murray River International Music Festival
February
March
  • 9
    Walepup Country Market
  • 27 - 7 Apr
    Rip Curl Pro
April
  • 27 Mar - 7 
    Rip Curl Pro
  • 4
    Riverland Harvest Festival
  • 3 - 7
    National Daimler -  Lanchester Car Rally
  • 18 
    Easter Powersports Show and Shine
  • 18 -21
    Easter
  • 18 -21
    River Country Spirit Ceremony
  • 19 
    Australian Billy Cart Championships
  • 26 - 28
    Apollo Bay Music Festival (TBC)
May
  • 3 - 4
    Inaugural Mannum on Water Event
  • 4
    SARG Paws along the Murray
  • 25
    Echuca Wedding Expo
June
  • 7 -8
    Steam Rally Echuca
July
  • 26 - 28
    Winter Blues Festival (TBC)
 

 


Attractions

Geelong’s Waterfront See the $150m make over!  Exciting new attractions, fabulous restaurants, landscaped gardens, wide walking paths, regular events and beautiful Corio Bay combine to make Waterfront Geelong a must-see destination for all ages.


Public Art in Geelong Discover the wealth of public art works along the Geelong waterfront from the whimsical Baywalk Bollards to the Cargo Boxes and Paving Splats. 


History & Heritage Geelong has a long and colourful history. Its original inhabitants were members of various clans of the Wathaurong tribe who had inhabited the region for more than 25,000 years before white explorers arrived.
The region changed forever once white settlement started in the early 1800's 


Eastern & Botanic Gardens Geelong's historic Botanic Gardens are centrally located within Eastern Park and have recently undergone a $2 million redevelopment. The work has created a new 21st Century Garden with native plants against a background of Australian colours, and effectively doubled the size of the gardens. There are also more prominent entrances and a new drive, inviting visitors to come in and explore.  


Geelong Wine Region In terms of sunshine and temperature, Geelong lies about half way between Bordeaux and Burgundy. Not surprising then that over 20 wineries are open for tasting.


Geelong Events: The Geelong Region hosts a culturally diverse range of events year 'round.  Click on the following links for further information;


Royal Geelong Show The Royal Geelong Show is the biggest four day show in country Victoria.  People come from all walks of life, growers of produce and animals, creators of craft, artists, musicians, entertainers and many more to meet, show and share ideas.  Celebrate with fireworks on Friday and Saturday nights, with displays and entertainment galore.


Geelong Highland Gathering The Geelong Highland Gathering is Victoria's largest and most diverse celebration of traditional Scottish culture, including pipe bands, Highland and country dancing, heavy games, Scottish dog breeds and horses and cattle, re-enactment groups, clans/genealogy, fair/market, archery, wood-chop, children's activities, a great day for the whole family.


Skandia Geelong Week See yachts set sail and celebrate all things nautical at Australia's largest sailing regatta. More than a yachting event, Skandia Geelong Week is the Melbourne Cup of the sailing world.

More than 100,000 visitors will head to the Geelong Waterfront for the free three-day shoreside program featuring more than 60 live performances on two waterfront stages, art exhibitions, aerobatic displays, fireworks, gourmet food and wine, children's entertainment and activities, a marine trade show and art and craft markets.

Geelong Vintage Rally One of the biggest and best displays of restored and working Vintage Machinery in Australia.


Toast to the Coast  Toast to the Coast is the Geelong region's annual festival devoted to wine, food and music. It celebrates the excellent cool climate wines produced locally while showcasing a range of other local complimentary talents.


Pako Festa Pako Festa is a unique annual event with a strong blending of cultures, community spirit and involvement. The understanding of each other’s cultures is an essential element of our multicultural Geelong and Australia. Pako Festa is Victoria’s premier multicultural event.


International Airshow The Australian International Airshow is the largest and most comprehensive event of its kind staged in the Southern Hemisphere.  The event features a six-hour flying display daily, the new-look Boeing Friday Flying Display with its spectacular Night Alight Finale as well as numerous ground exhibits, a flyers market and other attractions. 


Great Ocean Road Geelong is the gateway to the Great Ocean Road Touring Route.  Winding along the western coast of Victoria, the Great Ocean Road offers stunning ocean views, beachside activities, laid back coastal towns and maritime villages. You will find limitless opportunities to leave everyday life behind.

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