Goulburn River Seymour
The Goulburn River is Victoria’s longest river spanning 654 kilometres beginning in the highlands of the Victorian Alps and flowing out into the Murray River on the Victorian and NSW Border. Seymour sits idyllically on the banks of the Goulburn with calm waters meandering around the township. The Goulburn River at Seymour is wider than usual from bank to bank and features shallow to deep water sections. The banks feature large gum trees native to our region and are teaming with bird life, watching the sunset over the river and listening to the kookaburras is an Australian dream to be had in Seymour.