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Bluegums Riverside Holiday Park

746 Back Eildon Rd, Eildon VIC 3713

On the banks of the sparkling Goulburn River. Leashed pets welcome. Fish from the park grounds. Two swimming pools and new playground.

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Golden Trout Hotel Motel

1 Riverside Dr, Eildon VIC 3713

Relax on the deck with spectacular water views and enjoy a delicious meal from the bistro.

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Eildon Parkview Motor Inn

Hillside Ave, Eildon VIC 3713

Eildon Parkview Motor Inn is the perfect base for your Eildon family holiday. All 12 units have a native bush setting with colourful birdlife. We have natural park surrounds, and clean modern rooms.

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Silverwater Holiday Flats

4 South Crescent, Eildon VIC 3713

Comfortable 1 & 2 bedroom cottages sleeping up to 6 people at affordable rates. Pool, tennis, BBQ's, playground and campfire all available on site. Walk, fish, relax, 4WD within a short distance. We are in the centre of TROUT COUNTRY so come and wet a line.

Avro Anson A4-4 Memorial

Mt Torbreck, Eildon VIC 3713
On 16 May 1940, a RAAF Avro Anson aircraft with serial A4-4, crashed into the north east face of Mount Torbreck, 300 metres below the summit. All four men on board were killed. Mount Torbreck is located in central Victoria, not far from the townships of Eildon and Snobs Creek. On 23 January 1941 eight months after the aircraft disappeared, two local men (Messrs Stan Sawyers and John Fry) discovered the lost Avro Anson and bodies of the crew - Flying Officer Anthony Daniel and Corporal's Francis Hyland, Herman Sass & Ivan Stowdor approximately 300 metres below the summit of Mount Torbreck on the north east face. At 3:15am the next day (Friday 24 January), a recovery party left for the crash site in order to bring the bodies of the four men back to Alexandra. In 1966 at the instigation of the Hyland family, a memorial dedicated to the crew was built by the RAAF close to the crash site. Access to the memorial site is via a 2.4 kilometre uphill walk along the Avro Anson Memorial Track. The walking track is medium grade with some obstacles. One to one-and-a-half hours return depending on fitness levels....