24 May The Day it Snowed in Seymour
1986 was an unusual year as far as weather in Seymour was concerned, 1986 recorded the warmest and driest Autumn on record. March 7th reached 39.9 degrees and April 4th reached 35.5 degrees, with March......
Seymour is proud to offer all the best of Victoria. Hills, rivers, wine, food, history and festivals. Located 115km from Melbourne, Seymour is located at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range with the National Trust classified Trawool Valley to the east. Seymour is the heart of the Goulburn River with parks and walks hugging the river banks throughout the town. 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. Can you imagine Victoria without railways or the Hume? Seymour is the crossing place for both at the Goulburn river, celebrating 175 years in 2018, there’s plenty of history to see and appreciate in Seymour.
We invite you to come and explore the heart of Victoria in Seymour and all the Goulburn River Valley has to offer.