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

Euroa Village Farmers' Market

Sat 17 Oct, 9am - 1pm

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.   

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


2016 Australia Day

Do you know someone who has shown considerable dedication to the community and is worthy of an Australia Day Award? Or is there a local organisation or community event that stands out?

If so, then we would like you to put pen to paper and fill in an Australia Day Award nomination form.

Nominations close 5pm sharp Wednesday 4 November 2015. Late nominations will not be accepted.

The award categories are:

  • Community Organisation of the Year
  • Community Event of the Year (event occurred after 27/01/2015)
  • Junior Citizen of the Year (under 15 yrs at 26/01/2016)
  • Young Citizen of the Year (between 15 - 25 yrs at 26/01/2016)
  • Citizen of the Year (over 25 yrs at 26/01/2016)

Click here to download the nomination form

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Last Cab
to Darwin

Sat 10 Oct at 8pm
Sun 11 Oct at 4pm

121 Mins
Rated M

There is no better way to find out about life, than learning you are about to die!

Michael Caton delivers an amazing performance as a Broken Hill cab driver who has never left town, but decides upon losing his battle with cancer, that there is a chance to decide his future by driving to Darwin to meet a doctor about medically supervised euthanasia.

Jackie Weaver plays the Darwin Doctor – but it is the characters we meet in his home town and during his travels that will engender laughter and bring tears to your eyes, and leave you thinking about his decision and outcomes.

Wine sales before and after the movie – and a chance to talk about this sensitive subject

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