Riverside park on the banks of the Goulburn River with toilets facilities, BBQ, shelter and playground. Swimming, fishing, boating and canoeing are possible from Goulburn Park.
Address: Corner of Progress Street and The Esplanade Seymour VIC 3660
A beautiful park with a walking trail which meanders around established trees and roses with headstones paying respect to Seymour’s pioneering families. Open space perfect for picnics within walking distance from Station Street.
Address: 1 Crawford Street Seymour VIC 3660
Open park space with by the Seymour railway station on one of Seymour’s thoroughfares with a steam locomotive on displace with BBQ, shelter and playground facilities.
Address: 5 Anzac Avenue Seymour VIC 3660
Bushland Park is a 65 hectare reserve of natural vegetation and habitat located 5 minute drive from Seymour, Red Capped Robins, Rainbow Bee-eaters, Dollar Birds, Wallabies and Kangaroos can all be seen during the 25 minute short walk or 45 minute long walk.
Address: 9088 Goulburn Valley Highway Seymour VIC 3660
The Seymour River Trail begins at the New Crossing Place, with large gum trees, fishing jetty, picnic areas, BBQ, toilet and boat launching facilities.
Address: 10 Manners Street Seymour VIC 3660
Address: 41 Tallarook Street Seymour VIC 3660
Kings Park is Seymour’s largest park it’s home to the Seymour football club and agricultural society. The park boasts a football oval and cricket pitch with plenty of open grassed areas, BBQ, shelter, toilets and playground facilities.
One of Seymour’s largest parks, boasting a skate park, cricket club, basketball stadium, aquatic centre and gym as well as open spaces and playgrounds.
Address: Pollard Street Seymour VIC 3660