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"Seven Creeks Park" Euroa Favorite Tip by iandsmith

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  River below the fish ladder
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  • River below the fish ladder - Euroa
      River below the fish ladder
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  • Mature gum tree - Euroa
      Mature gum tree
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  • One of the rose bushes - Euroa
      One of the rose bushes
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  • The bridge at Seven Creeks Park - Euroa
      The bridge at Seven Creeks Park
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Favorite thing: Floods devastated Euroa in 1870 but ongoing expansion saw an extension of the town boundaries in 1872; the year prior to the railway's arrival. A road was cut through to link up with the Shepparton Rd in 1874 and, in conjunction with the railway, this made Euroa a viable trading centre for the exchange of goods between Melbourne and the district's farmers and shopkeepers which proved an impetus to local farming.
The area around this park would have been well under water.

Fondest memory: Seven Creeks Park is located on either side of the waterway that bisects the town and flows under Tarcombe St in the town centre. It is a pleasant picnic area with barbecue facilities and a toilet block.
It also has something unusual for parks, it has a fish ladder. There is an explanatory sign that details just how it works; quite interesting.
The park has some lovely mature trees, a small bridge and the occasional rose bush.

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  • Written Oct 21, 2011
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