Rich River Rod Run – Sunday’s Barmah Cruise
The Rich River Rod run is conducted by the Rich River Rod & Custom Club every two years, usually on or around the Victorian Labour Day long weekend in March.
Entrants can be guaranteed of a good time and usually great weather.
Activities are centered on the twin township of Echuca/Moama, located on the banks of the Murray River, a fantastic place to be at this time of the year. Details about the Rich River Rod Run and pre registration forms can be found at www.richriverrodclub.org.au
Planning on entering the Rich River Rod Run? Then why not include our cruise out to the Barmah Pub on Sunday afternoon to continue the fun.
Cruise to Barmah Pub on Sunday
The Rich River Rod run finishes on Sunday after presentations around 2pm. Let’s Go Cruisin’ is inviting all Rich River Rod Run entrants to cruise out to Barmah on Sunday afternoon after the Rod Run wraps up.
Leaving from the Moama Safeway car park 3.30pm, we will cruise about 28Kms [or around 20 min] out to Barmah.
Barmah is right on the banks of the Murray River famous for its Red Gum forests, and it is unique in that it’s the only Victorian town north of the Murray. Figure that out!!
Our final destination is the totally Aussie, Barmah Hotel, where there will be entertainment from 4pm.
A special dinner menu will be available to the first 100 people to by pre paying. Drinks are at bar prices. Plenty of secure display parking along with lots of raffles and give aways.
Even if you cannot stay on for the meal, come on the cruise and enjoy the entertainment and ambience of a very traditional country pub.
Details about the dinner deal will be available closer to the date.