Things might be cooling oﬀ in Echuca-Moama but the action is still red hot.
A change of season doesn’t slow the pace down, it just changes the focus.
And it’s all about the Winter Blues Festival.
This festival is one of Echuca-Moama’s biggest events attracting a crowd well in excess of 15 000 who come for a great weekend of blues and roots music.
Local restaurants, pubs and eateries throw open their doors and the crowds spill out onto the streets as the port precinct comes alive.
A short drive up the road, Lockington is hosting their annual country music festival.
If country music is what you are about then I am assured this is a weekend not to be missed.
Rich River Golf Club are hosting their rock’n’roll weekend in July so why not head out there and bust a move to some of the world’s greatest rock tunes.
The cold weather may mean warm fires and chilly days but that’s still no excuse to not head outdoors.
Grab a beanie and a warm jumper and head oﬀ to a game of local netball or football.
Echuca-Moama is sports mad and footy attracts some big crowds whether you head oﬀ to a local
match here in town, or one a little further afield.
If the kids are driving you crazy why not head down to the pool, the temperature is never cold in there and with a 50 m Olympic pool or the kids’ pool and inﬂatable fun on Sunday, it’s a great place
to head oﬀ for a few hours on the weekend.
Don’t forget there is still the opportunity to dine out at one of the many great places to eat in the twin towns, no doubt the fires will be roaring and waiting for you.
Enjoy the cold weather and enjoy all that EchucaMoama has to oﬀer.