Looking for that peaceful environment away from your everyday cares?
River Bend Caravan Park, situated in the state forest just east of Echuca, offers 34 acres of total relaxation and serenity; No traffic noise, only the sounds of the kookaburras laughing and numerous other bird life chattering away in the bushes and trees, or maybe sighting a family of kangaroos quietly grazing on the park.
Our day starts with blue skies and sunshine, peace and tranquility. After a leisurely breakfast, why not take walk around the river frontage and bush tracks, or a friendly game of tennis on one of our four tennis courts. If tennis isn’t your game, relaxing with a good book in the sun or under a shady tree, might be more your scene.
For the keen fishermen, that Murray Cod is waiting in the river, or put the canoe or ‘tinnie’ in the river and go for a leisurely cruise along the Goulburn.
The ‘Grand Finale’ to a relaxing day could be a BBQ on river frontage, along with the joy of sitting around the campfire after dark, playing on a guitar or just chatting with friends. See the brilliant stars in the clear sky and smell the fresh air!!!
Established for 40 years, this ‘little piece of paradise’, just outside Echuca in Victoria, invites you to take time out from your hectic life to enjoy the warm hospitality that River Bend offers to all guests. We are a family tourist park, and have the facilities to accommodate large caravans, motor homes, 5th Wheelers, and buses. We also have on site caravans and cabins for hire.
Annual sites are also available.
Echuca-Moama has a wonderful history, once being Australia's busiest inland port.
Moama was founded in 1845 when James Maiden established a punt and an inn on the New South Wales side of the Murray. Originally known as Maiden's Punt, the area became known as Moama in 1851.
Henry Hopwood arrived on the southern side of the river in 1850 and set up a rival punt and pub in 1853.
The site became known as Echuca in 1854, an aboriginal term meaning ‘meeting of the waters’.
It seems that the twin towns were destined to be connected. Echuca and Moama’s links had been forged when James Maiden and Henry Hopwood were sentenced on the same day in the same court back in Lancashire.
For more history visit www.echucamoama.com.
So come visit our 'little piece of paradise'. We can assure you that it will be hard to leave!
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