Seymour nestles among beautiful hills at the foot of the Tallarook Ranges, with easy access to wineries, snowfields, mountains, rivers and lakes. Seymour originated as “the new crossing place” on the Goulburn River for the Melbourne/Sydney route in 1842. Seymour remains the crossing place of the Goulburn River with the township located on the rivers banks, celebrating 175 years in 2018. Foodies look no further – cafe’s, restaurants and wineries and an endless supply of local produce located both in town within walking distance from our heritage listed train station or within reach with a little country driving.
We invite you to come and explore the heart of Victoria in Seymour and all the Goulburn River Valley has to offer.