Euston is a NSW pass through town when traveling the Murray River region and towns. Euston is a very small town that qualifies for the Bustout review. The area is rich in citrus and rural orchards and farm. Robinvale, the big brother of a town is over the river in Victoria. Robinvale is able to provide any back-up service Euston may not provide.
In 1876 the settlement at Euston was described in the following terms:
Euston is a crossing-place for sheep and cattle. There is a Custom-house officer here, though I should judge that his avocations were not of an extremely onerous nature, and the township also possesses a post and telegraph office. If the building can be taken as a type of the township, Euston has not a long life before it. The walls appear as if rent apart by an earthquake. The hotels and about a dozen houses constitute the remainder of the township.
Euston and Robinvale are home to a large Italian population from the southern province of Calabria in Italy.
Euston is a gateway to the Murray River and Sunraysia district, known for its fishing, including the Murray cod and other native species.
If the timing is right a stop off for refreshment may tempt the traveler.