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Welcome to Robinvale-Euston; Where the Murray River's Fun!

Robinvale-Euston has magnificent sunshine, fantastic surroundings and unspoiled river makes us an ideal destination for relaxing. Situated between Mildura and Swan Hill in North-west Victoria, Robinvale (Victoria) and Euston (New South Wales) are nestled on opposite banks of one of the most user-friendly stretches of the Murray River. We have strong horticultural and multicultural traditions and close access to Mungo National Park as well as Yanga and Hattah Kulkyne National Parks. So, leave your troubles at home and treat yourself to a soul-satisfying journey to this beautiful and pristine part of Australia on our great river. Take a our Robinvale Euston Tourist Town Drive to experience our community more

Our Local Industry

There are four industry sectors that are the key drivers of the Robinvale- Euston area's economy in terms of exports, employment, and value added and local expenditure on goods and services. In order of importance, they are Agriculture, Manufacturing, Construction, Education and Training...more

Our Multiculturalism

Robinvale-Euston is one unique multicultural melting pool and comprises over 22 different nationalities. We are also home to a large Italian population from the southern province of Calabria in Italy...more

Our History & Heritage

The town Robinvale is named in memory of Lieutenant George Robin Cuttle, who was killed in action during air combat over France in 1918. Euston was the main town in the area until irrigation. A Post Office opened on 1 May 1852. It closed in 1853, then reopened again in 1856. more

Sister Town - Villers-Bretonneux

Villers-Bretonneux was adopted as the twin town of Robinvale in 1984-85. The two towns are of similar size and both rely on horticulture as their principal economic activity. This relationship was inspired by the death of Lieutenant Robin Cuttle MC, resident of Robinvale, killed near Villers-Bretonneux in 1918 during the First World War.more