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- We enjoyed some really nice wines at St Anne's. We booked a cheese platter for lunch which was one of the best we've been served. Beautiful homemade bread to accompany cheese, meats and other delicacies. Being served by the delightful, friendly Kim made our visit all that more pleasant.Written 22 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The five Mile Picnic area is a great spot to relax and be at one with nature and adding some exercise onto the agenda.
A great place to ride your bike, take a walk have a picnic, enjoy the river and observe the beautiful bird life.Written 22 April 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- When you follow the signs (small street signs) you will find an indoor play centre, outdoor water park, and push pedal bike/trikes area.
With an inside play area complete with ball pits slides and a jumping pillow to keep all the little ones delighted.
Outside the children can enjoy a run around in the jurassic water park area to cool down, a jump on ur jumping pillow or a skate on our scooters!
The only disconcerting thing is it feels like you are driving into a caravan park... so it feels like you are entering an area you should not be in. This indoor/Outdoor Playhouse & Water Park is open 7 days. $7.50per child. BYO food and drinks. Unlimited entry all day.Written 3 January 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Kids really enjoyed it on a very hot day.
I have no doubt this venue will be in the papers soon! The venue was completely unsupervised and out of control. Adults backflipping off the 20ft slide with kids swimming nearby, young kids getting catapulted into the air off the cushion and landing backwards on their necks and so on … no direction or supervision from the limited number of staff.Written 1 January 2022
- Best Race track i have ever been to. Has all the facilities you need at a speedway, seating, toilets, food and beverages friendly staff.Written 3 July 2019
- Drawn into car park as noticed steel bridges interspersed wetlands.
Really attractive walk into the forest the path to Wharf area.
Near dusk, the light was luminous and the air fresh.
Recommend as wonderful walk with varied detours.Written 27 October 2022
- They had just relaid the turf and it was looking good. A sandy beach on the Murray, with an open forest and car park behind it. It is an attractive sport overlooking the Port of Echuca.Written 29 November 2023
- I have to admit I was a bit stunned... firstly I thought that Moama was a tiny town on the other side of the Murray... it's quaint but I didn't think there was much to it. I had NEVER driven past the area just over the river and when I drove out this way I surprised to see how large it was. I finally got to this golf club where an event was taking place... admittedly I got a bit lost heading out there.
This is out of town and it's set for everything! There is accommodation here, a huge car park , function rooms, meals and of course the golf course.
Being stunned was a good thing, it makes me reconsider initial impressions. I was signed in by a very friendly gentleman who then showed me the way to the function room. The room was set for the evening. The views from the balcony are incredible and expansive... and having an open balcony is a great addition so you can step away from the hustle and bustle of an event.
Whilst we started with briefs, the evening soon become quite formal. It was an excellent event and the golf club hosted it beautifully with finger food.Written 12 March 2023
- Untiring of various spots to gaze on the mighty river.
Wandered in via the Horseshoe Lagoon boardwalk.
Peaceful and invigorating natural landscapes.
Much smaller historic wharf compared to sister Echuca.Written 27 October 2022
- The Telegraph Station is believed to be one of Moama's oldest surviving buildings being built in the 1840s. In 1859 a privately funded telegraph line opened between Deniliquin and Moama, but during the 1860s the service provided was intermittent. The telegraph service ran in conjunction with the post office later on.
From 1886 John Innes, a riverboat captain, was owner. And from 1854 Mrs Buckley's family owned it for nearly fifty years. In 2002 the Murray Shire purchased the building for demolition in order to create an improved floodway. Local residents appealed for them to reconsider the plan - their appeal had some success. In 2004 the building was classified by the National Trust of Australia.Written 2 January 2022
- Much of the focus for the Riverboat era is around Echuca, but Moama also played a role. Almost twenty boats and ten barges were built at Moama. Barges were important to the red gum timber trade. The early sawmills were located here and across the river, close to the railway but the best forests were up the river. Red gum does not float so a system was devised in which the great logs were carried like outriggers on either side of the barge.
Two men were assigned to each barge to steer them. A heavy chain was often dragged behind to help the barge keep in the main channel of the river. As there was little to occupy the men on these barges often liquid refreshments were consumed, which led to interesting times.
In this sculpture a trio of river men steer their craft down the river. The helmsmen can be seen to be taking a drink as he leans on the rudder. Another of the men stumbles forward riding the logs, whilst the third hangs onto the winch.
The sculpture is located next to the skate park, so there is plenty of carparking area for you to stop and take a look.Written 2 January 2022
- Unfortunately though seen Soundshell prominent by riverbank, I’ve never seen a gig.
Imagine would be a great spot at Xmas for local carol singers.
This winter there was an ice skating outdoor rink set up beside .. part of Moama lights event.Written 1 August 2023
- The plaque at the location says-
In memory of all servicemen, servicewomen &merchant seamen who served on land, sea & air.
There are a series of plaques dedicated to different wars, a memorial clock, a memorial wall and a flag pole. It's a simple dedication to the military and it's located near the tourist information centre... which means there is heaps of parking here.
This will only take a moment of your time... but it's worth stopping to have a look. Particularly if you are interested in the history of an area.Written 1 January 2022
- This memorial has fascinated me each time I have been in Moama... but mostly because of its awkward position. It's located on the edge of a carpark, on the edge of a road... and I would suggest that because of its awkward placement that it is not visited often... if at all. I parked across the road and then had to cross the road to get to it... like the chicken, but I knew why I was crossing the road.
The memorial is a commemoration to the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. It is dated 20 June, 1897. And I believe it was unveiled by the Mayor - W.J. Martin.
It's a quirky memorial to visit and there is a memorial trough next to it as well. It isn't something to go out of your way to see, but if you are in Moama and you want to park awkwardly and visit a side-of-the-road-monument... then this is going to please you.Written 21 June 2023
- Beautiful food reasonable prices and specials .
Friendly staff.ladies you can be pampered from manicure/ pedicure. Massages as well... sorry you blokes can have a go too... the pool is lovely and great cocktails.... enjoy solo family or for a romantic get away😊Written 30 April 2017
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