Come stay a while, look, listen and discover what this region has to offer you
Whether it be horse-riding, bicycling, fossicking for gold, strolling round an old cemetery or simply relaxing in the tranquil atmosphere there is something for everyone.
The Battunga-Country townships are linked historically as well as geographically. Prior to European settlement, the area was inhabited by the Peramangk and many Battunga-Country places names are derived from their language.
The first European settlers came to the area in 1839 as a result of a Special Survey system.
Step back in time and travel the 50 km tree lined route through picture book countryside. A series of themed interpretive signs and heritage walks reveal the best kept secrets of Battunga-Country.
Once a staging post on the coach route east where horses were changed and passengers rested at the two local pubs. Echunga thrived during the gold rush era. Walk the main street to find relics of those bygone days.