Euroa is nestled at the base of the Strathbogie Ranges; a hidden gem in North East Victoria

VC Memorial Park


The VC Memorial Park, Kirkland Avenue was opened on Sunday November 16, 2014.

About 2000 people witnessed the Victorian Governor, Alex Chernov unveil the three statues of Leslie Maygar, Fred Tubb and Alex Burton. Speakers representing the principal contributors were present, the combined choir from Euroa Primary and St Johns schools sang, accompanied by the Euroa Secondary College band and Citizens Band, and Nicky Pummeroy and Gayle Fitzgerald entertained.

The response of the Euroa community has been very enthusiastic about what is destined to be a major feature of our town.Construction of VC Memorial Park, adjacent to the RSL in Kirkland Avenue, Euroa is well advanced and proceeding on schedule. Major funding was received from Regional Development Victoria, the TPI Association, Strathbogie Shire Council, the Burton family and Anzac Centenary Commission, and donations came from near and far.

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Friday 8 December at 8pm

166 Mins
Rated M
Real Life Drama

This daring project was produced over twelve years, using the same actors who came together for several days each year to film another stage.

It charts the ups and downs of family life.

A unique story which will never be repeated—this is not a documentary, it is a story that evolves — starring Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke and the real star in Ellar Coltrane who we see grow up from a 6 year old to a strapping 18 year old.

We follow each character as they change, grow, marry, divorce and grapple with life’s challenges.

In our effort to bring movies to Euroa with that edge of difference, this is a special event that should not be missed

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Euroa Village Farmers' Market


Saturday 20 December from 9am

Come along to the Euroa Village Farmers' Market, presented by the Rotary Club and proudly accredited with the Victorian Farmers Markets Association.
The market features around 30 stalls of fresh fruits, vegetables & herbs in season alongside a selection of meats, honey, free-range eggs, olive products, Strathbogie region wines, nuts, native plants, exotic plants, sweet treats, quality preserves, organic sourdough breads, fresh cut flowers, live poultry (in season), farmhouse cheeses & much much more! 

Lunch is available; community BBQ,  wood fired pizza with local ingredients, great coffee, sweet treats from the renowned Ruffy Produce Store. Devonshire Teas featuring fabulous local preserves are available from the U3A kitchen, adjacent to the market.   

We have a truly delightful site by The Seven Creeks, complete with the lush melodies of live entertainment from local musicians.

Please bring your bags, baskets and trolleys.  Dogs are welcome on a leash.

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