Our Wonderfully Diverse Region
Robinvale-Euston is a little bit different from the hustle and bustle that some holiday destinations can be.
With our sunny Mediterranean climate, our idyllic region is the perfect holiday environment for all the family and for those wanting a relaxed and fuss-free break, with plenty to see and do in the area if you choose.
We can boast one of the widest stretches of the Murray River for many kilometres, which means you can enjoy all sorts of water front activities – fish, water ski, swim and camp, bike ride, bird watch and bush walk.
Our vibrant townships on the Murray River comprise over 22 different nationalities and makes it a unique multicultural melting pool. According to the 2011 census we have a resident population of around 4,500. Although as many of the locals will tell you, this is severely understated. They believe a more accurate figure is between 8,000-10,000 people, due to the seasonal employment nature of the area.
The unique Mallee National Parks of Hattah Kulkyne, Murray Sunset and Wyperfield are also a comfortable day trip.
The wine regions of Coonawarra, Barossa and McLaren Vale, as well as the cities of Adelaide and Melbourne are all comfortably accessible within a day from Robinvale-Euston with good inland roads through to Sydney and Canberra as well.
You’re not far from where you might want to visit next, so slow down and take your time when you visit us.
The lifestyle here in Robinvale-Euston is genuinely friendly and relaxed.
Audio tour of Robinvale-Euston
Audio tour of Robinvale-Euston from the Swan Hill Discovery Drive.
Our Local Industry
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
There are four industry sectors that are the key drivers of the Robinvale Area’s economy in terms of exports, employment, and value added and local expenditure on goods and services. In order of importance, they are:
- Education and training
The total annual revenue generated by businesses and organisations in the Robinvale Area is estimated at $490 million. This represents approximately 25% of the total output of Swan Hill Rural City. If Boundary Bend and surrounds were included, the Area would generate about 30% of the revenue of the municipality.