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Echuca Moama Events & Festivals

Echuca Moama is the envy of destinations all over Australia when it comes to festivals and events. Sport, music, culture, you name it . . . you will find it in Echuca Moama. The world’s biggest water ski race, the Club Marine Southern 80 draws over 80,000 people to the region as well as 2,000 competitors every February. Also in February the Riverboats Music Festival attracts Australia’s most prolific artists to perform outdoor amongst the gums to visitors from all over the country. As the year progresses, experience the excitement of the Echuca Cup Carnival for the racing enthusiasts and in the midst of the cooler months, the Winter Blues Festival is quickly becoming one of the region’s most celebrated events with more and more visitors and well recognized Blues and Roots talent.

View our Events Calendar now to see what’s on this week including Echuca Moama farmers markets and entertainment.

Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival

27-31 July, 2017

Recognised as one of Australia's best Blues music events, the Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival is held on the last weekend in July each year. The free event is based around Echuca's historic Port Precinct and throughout the twin town's prestigious restaurants and function centres.

Relax and enjoy the ambience of Echuca Moama with their restaurants, cafés, pubs, cellar door outlets, attractions and sensational specialty shops while listening to great blues music. You can wander over the three day program choosing any of the 40+ blues artists performing in over 30 venues.
The Echuca Moama Winter Blues Festival is the perfect event for any music lover of any age and families are well catered for with our Kids activities.


Echuca Moama Weddings Expo

Sunday 28 May 2017

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.

Tickets available at the door Adult $15. Children under 14 free. 10am-3.30pm. Echuca Sports and Entertainment Complex, High Street, Echuca.

Flavours Festival Echuca Moama

20th & 21st May 2017

Flavours Echuca Moama - A unique local food & wine festival



Experience 100% locally grown, made and produced food & wine at our Local Restaurants' Showcase

Port 53/Radcliffes

The Mill

Junction Moama

Bookings Essential - book direct through each restaurant




Ticketed Event - Begins at 11am - 4pm, 2 Merool Rd, Moama

$25 early bird tickets available through or St Anne's Cellar Door.


Drive out to Morrisons, or catch a Paddle Steamer shuttle service to experience:
• Food & Wine Producers
• Cooking Demonstrations from Local Chefs
• Live Entertainment from Local Musicians
• Kids activities throughout the day

(Paddlesteamer shuttle - bookings essential - Please call 03 5481 2832)


For more information contact Trent Eacott 0408 993 182 

Under 18s free


Riverboats Music Festival

16, 17 & 18 February 2018

The Riverboats Music Festival takes place under towering river red gums in a natural amphitheatre next to the Murray River. Historic paddle steamers meander past all weekend, and occasionally the corollas get a bit raucous at sunset. We have one stage and plenty of room for dancing, brilliant artists and delicious regional food and wine. It’s probably one of the prettiest, inexpensive, laid-back, family-friendly festivals in Australia. Held on the 3rd weekend in February every year.

What a fantastic 2017 Riverboats Music Festival we had, with a stellar lineup led by Paul Kelly & Charlie Owen, Hoodoo Gurus, Husky and Mia Dyson alongside some of the most exciting names in Australian music.

The Riverboats Music Festival returns to Echuca Moama from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 February, 2018, for three glorious summer days of music amongst the gums. 

*Children 12 & under free

2018 Line up to be announced September 2017.


Tickets can also be purchased over the counter at the Echuca Moama Visitor Information Centre – 2 Heygarth St, Echuca
The Echuca Moama Visitor Information Centre is open from 9am – 5pm, 7 days a week.

Tickets can be purchased over the phone by calling the Echuca Moama Visitor Information Centre on 1800 804 446
The Echuca-Moama Visitor Information Centre is open from 9am – 5pm, 7 days a week. Please note phone sales incur a $3 transaction fee per booking

Subject to availability, limited tickets may be available at the gate over the Festival weekend, however we strongly encourage you to pre-book online.

The fastest way to purchase tickets is securely online via the TryBooking website
Booking tickets online ensures you receive instant confirmation of your purchase and allows you to print your tickets at home.

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Steam Rally Echuca

10 & 11 June 2017 - Queen's Birthday Long Weekend
Saturday - Jun 11th 9am to 4.30pm
Sunday - Jun 12th 9am to 4.30pm


Adult $20.00
Child $5.00
Senior $15.00
Family $45.00

Two Grand Parades each day to entertain every spectator.

Official Opening and major Grand Parades.
1pm: The Clan Macleod Pipe Band will clear the main arena For the official opening Event is officially opened
1.10 - 2pm: The Clan Macleod Pipe Band will lead the Grand Parade, followed by our Steam Rally Beneficiary, Followed by Steam Engines and Rollers, then the Tractors, Cars and Trucks
3 - 3.45pm: Spectacular Horse Drawn Implements and Log Buggy in the Horse Arena

2.00 - 2.30pm: Spectacular Horse Drawn Implements and Log Buggy in the Horse Arena
2.30 - 2.45pm: Burning Down The Dunny
The Fire Museum of Victoria generously donate their famous Steamer to our eyent every year. You will see first-hand how the Steamer was used to put out fires in days gone by. This is a crowd favourite and is certainly worth the wait.
2.45 - 3.30pm: The Clan Macleod Pipe Band will lead the Grand Parade, followed by our Steam Rally Beneficiary, followed by these majestic moving implements, Steam Engines and Rollers, then the Tractors, Cars & Trucks in the main Arena.