Eurobin, Myrtleford

Eurobin is a tiny hamlet in the heart of horticultural land, located on the Great Alpine Road between Bright and Myrtleford.


Eurobin features roses, berries, walnuts and chestnuts with seasonal farm gate sales and spectacular views of Mount Buffalo. The old Eurobin railway station site is a popular scenic stop, especially for cyclists on the Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail.

A trip to Eurobin is a must for those on a family holiday to the region. Call into the Bright Berry Farm for a refreshing ice cream and taste locally grown raspberries, blueberries and blackberries. Eurobin is also the home to the Red Stag Deer and Emu Farm, with deer, ostrich, emus and goats. You can feed the animals, or enjoy a meal or Devonshire tea all whilst soaking in the incredible views of Mount Buffalo.

Must Dos in Eurobin....

  • Touring the Red Stag Deer & Emu Farm in in a classic WW11 Scout Car
  • Sampling superb homemade berry ice-cream, jams or straight up fresh at Bright Berry Farms
  • Stopping in at the old Eurobin Station, located on the Rail Trail between Myrtleford and Bright
  • Vist a farm gate for seasonal walnuts, potatoes or cherries
Continue your travels down the valley to Bright...