A driving tour or cycle through the Shire of Campaspe are great ways to enjoy the many sights, sounds, tastes and activities of this beautiful and historic part of Victoria.
Simply pick up one of the many great touring brochures and cycling maps from the Echuca Visitor Information Centre and set off to enjoy the region at your own pace.
Gold & Ironbark Trail
Step back in time to the 1800s to relive the Victorian gold rush along the Gold and Ironbark Trail. Learn about the fascinating history of this region through the personal stories of the people who lived and worked in what is now the Shire of Campaspe.
The discovery of gold and the rich natural resource provided by the Ironbark forests shaped the lives of people living here and across Victoria.
Learn about the changing face of the land, the spreading rail networks, massive irrigation works, and the boom and bust of local saw towns.
Enjoy the trail and the beautiful landscape that surrounds you as you travel through:
- Colbinabbin Range
- Half Way House
- Nine Mile Diggins
- Whistle Post
- Box and Ironbark Forest
Tips for a safe and enjoyable trip
The road network in and around Echuca Moama ranges from major highways to gravel bush tracks. Generally, roads are in good condition and are suitable for most vehicles. Caravans are able to access most roads however, please take care when using river tracks.
Remember that native wildlife and rogue farm animals can venture onto roadways so please drive with caution.
Touring routes featured on this map include:
- Rushworth Hidden Treasures
- Gunbower Island Waterways
- Living Heritage
- Gold & Ironbark Trail
- Long Paddock
- Wine with a View
Tourist attractions and areas of significance are also included.
Get your copy of the Regional Touring Map by clicking here or contacting our Customer Call Centre 1300 666 535, or at tourist outlets across the Shire of Campaspe.
Campaspe Cycling Trails
The Shire of Campaspe's beautiful country landscape provides the perfect back drop for cycling routes of all abilities.
The cycling paths cater for both off road and on road rides with distances to suit all fitness levels.
To access the online map routes, click here
Hard copy maps are available from the Echuca Visitor Information Centre.