SEYMOUR VICTORIA

Seymour nestles among beautiful hills at the foot of the Tallarook Ranges and Trawool Valley, with great access to wineries, snowfields, mountains, rivers and lakes

1-hour from Melbourne

Escape busy Melbourne, visit Victoria's best kept Secret in the Heart of Victoria. 100km North by road and rail via the Hume and Seymour Railway Line.

Goulburn River

The Goulburn River curves around Seymour, perfect for boating and fishing as well as enjoying the scenic beauty and walking trails at our riverside parks.

Railway History

Seymour was one of Victoria's first 'Railway Towns', Seymour is home to an extravagant heritage Railway Station, Black Train park and the Seymour Railway Heritage Centre.

Wine Region

Seymour marks the beginning of the sprawling Goulburn Valley Wine Region with 6 Wineries within 20 minutes and local winemaker Wine x Sam Cellar Door on Anzac Avenue.

Military History

Military is prominent part of Seymour's history with the Puckapunyal Army Tank Museum, Light Horse Memorial Park and Vietnam Veterans Walk.

Country Racing

The Seymour Racing Club is synonymous with Country Racing in Victoria, hosting over 15 race meetings a year, including the prodigious Godolphin Seymour Cup.

Explore Seymour's Supporters

Explore Seymour is made possible by the generosity of these Seymour Businesses.
Wine x Sam

Wine x Sam

69 Anzac Avenue Seymour

Wine x Sam is an award winning boutique wine producer with a stylish Cellar Door located in the heart of Seymour, for tastings, cheese boards or coffee.

The Brewers Table

The Brewers Table

42 Station Street Seymour

The Brewers Table offers a seasonal menu with a selection of local wine, beer and cider, meet in the cafe or courtyard for a coffee, meal or drink.

Neil Beer Seymour

Neil Beer Seymour

49 Emily Street Seymour

Neil Beer Seymour has been operating since 1980 and has established itself as a Seymour Institution, Neil Beer is proud to support many local clubs & events.

Seymour News

Our little blog for community and Tourist news about our great little town.

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Seymour Visitor Information Centre

47 Emily Street, Seymour VIC 3660

Seymour's Old Courthouse, was completed in the years of 1864. For nine years beginning in 1865, the Courthouse was also utilised as a Telegraph Office.

Seymour Court House still remains and is now run by local volunteers as a Visitor Information Centre. The information centre creates a warm friendly atmosphere and our volunteers provide a professional service to travellers looking for all kinds of towns, places, attractions and information.

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