Echuca’s most acclaimed restaurant Oscar Ws Wharfside will close its doors on July 31.May 22, 2014 7:45pm
Mr Baillie said council is aware of the significance of the building as part of the port precinct.
"The building has supported a very successful business since 1997 and has brought value to Echuca Moama and the region."
"While the current lease was due to expire in 2015, it has always been council’s intention that the building will continue to play a valuable role in supporting tourism into the future."
He said council recognises the importance of re-establishing the active use of the building as soon as possible.
EARLIER: Echuca’s most acclaimed restaurant Oscar Ws Wharfside will close its doors on July 31.
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