Echuca Wharf was an important site on the busy Murray River in the late 1800s. It attests to the critical role that the river trade played in the pastoral boom and in the rapid economic growth and development of the colonies during this time, which ultimately led to Federation. Today the wharf is still operational with three tourist cruising paddle-steamers leaving from the wharf daily.
Echuca Wharf was included in the National Heritage List on 26 April 2007.
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