The wedding of Kim FitzGerald and Rebecca Cooney.
16th of April 2011.
Euroa is a great little town with a magnificent mix of quiet country charm and no nonsense sophistication. Just two hours north of Melbourne and well worth a visit in its own right. You would be remiss if you didn't take some time to look around while you're there. Here's a list to get you started.
Euroa has a fantastic golf course. Long fairways canopied with magnificent old gum trees and never a wait to get on. Golf shoes are optional as is pretty much everything bar clubs and balls. There is no pro shop so bring what you need but don't forget to drop your $2.50 green fees into the honor bucket on the first tee.
With a large farming community the people of Euroa know good produce. The Euroa hotel cooks the best steak in Victoria in wonderfully unaffected surrounds.
Just over the railway line stands (just) what was once Victoria's largest hotel. An amazing building of grand proportions and literally untouched since its hey day. They still serve the freshest beer in town and if you sneak out past the bar you can see the albeit faded glory of huge celiling ballrooms that could tell some tales!
Truly world class shopping in country Victoria. You can get anything in Burtons IGA. Its the big city department store without the clutter. From high fashion women's shoes to a packet of six inch nails. If you forget anything head up the main street and you can't miss it. Open 7 days (including Sunday!) but only till 12.
Thanks for coming!