Euroa Victoria is a small regional centre located halfway between Melbourne and Albury on the Hume Highway.
Euroa has a population of around 3,000 and the main business of Euroa is agriculture with a focus on wool and thoroughbred horses and the support businesses that service region.
Historically, Euroa was always a prosperous town and that is in evidence from the many heritage listed buildings.
Euroa is branch of the Goulburn River known as the Seven Creeks which is fed by run-off from 7 creeks coming out of the Strathbogie Ranges SE of Euroa.
Visitors come to escape the bustle of Melbourne which is 90 minutes to the south. Euroa offers excellent bird watching, horse-riding, and mountain bike riding. The ascending, curving roads of the Strathbogie Ranges are the perfect challenge for road cyclists.
The famous bushranger Ned Kelly roamed the Strathbogie Ranges and was known to have come to Euroa to rob the local bank.