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

Euroa Village Farmers' Market

Sat 20 Feb 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.


The Ranges


Sun 24 Apr  Ride the Ranges

Three distance cycling rides showcasing spectacular Autumn in the Shire of Strathbogie. All rides commence and finish in the foothills of the Strathbogie Ranges, and the three distances offer varying degree of difficulty from hill climbing to flats - there is a ride suitable for all standards. Children under 12 are free.

All Rides are fully supported with a complimentary BBQ in the part at the finish. Euroa is an easy hour and a half drive from Melbourne on the Hume Freeway. Start and finish point is Seven Creeks Park, Kirkland Avenue, Euroa. Cost is $60 or $35 depending on ride. 

Ride the Ranges Euroa is conducted by the Euroa Rotary Club with all proceeds going to Euroa Health. 

For more information visit or contact Neil Tubb on 0428 574 165 or



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