Built in 1901, Euroa Butter Factory sits beside Seven Creeks, just a short walk from the historic township of Euroa providing a wonderful location from which to explore North East Victoria.


In 1824 Hume & Hovel surveyed the Northern Central area of Victoria, choosing to camp on the pristine banks of what soon became known as the Sevens Creek in the township of Euroa. Abundant rainfall replenished the old creek beds that we see today, making this prime dairy country. By the late 1800’s, before Federation the colony of Victoria would transform into a major dairy producer.

By 1895 there were over 200 butter factories and 300 creameries registered in Victoria. The Shire of Strathbogie was reported to have 385 dairies supplying milk to the booming industry. Remnants of these structures, particularly on the back roads bear little resemblance to the grand buildings that once were common place.

THINGS TO DO around the area

Whether you feel like heading to the hills on a bike, sampling regional wine or mooching around a few old antique stores, Euroa is a great base from which to enjoy all these things. The following are a few suggestions to start planning.

Nomad Art Gallery

Nomad Art specialises in limited edition prints from Aboriginal artists in regional and remote Australia.

King Valley Wine Region

The King Valley wine region is about 45 minutes drive North of Euroa. A great day spent exploring the region’s wines.

Tahbilk Winery

Established in 1860, Tahbilk is a beautiful and historic winery near Nagambie.

Walks & Trails

There are a number of historic walks and trails around the picturesque town of Euroa for everyone.

Swanpool Cinema

Community owned and operated 1950s style cinema providing classic, foreign and art house movies.

Euroa Parachute school

Jump up to 14,000ft with Skydive Euroa for the time of your life! The countryside views really are breathtaking.