Welcome to the township of Seymour

Come Visit Seymour

Planning your visit to Seymour will be a breeze, especially if you contact or drop by at the Seymour Visitor Information Centre conveniently located at Old Court House, Cnr Emily & High Sts, Seymour. Busy? Just Phone them at 5799 0233 or send them an email: visitorinfo@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au the centre is open daily from 9am to 5pm.

Located on the banks of the Goulburn River is the beautiful town of Seymour, Victoria, Australia. Nestled in a valley at the base of the Tallarook Ranges. Seymour is approximately an hour drive from Melbourne, via the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways. Seymour and its nearby town boast of many attractions, accommodations, things to do, places to eat, and cheerful events that you wouldn’t want to miss.

Seymour is a town rich in heritage. The Seymour Court House was completed in 1864. It was also utilized as a Telegraph Office before the first world war. Today, Seymour’s Old Court House still remains and is now run by local volunteers as a Visitor Information Centre.

Seymour has a wide variety of accommodation types from cheap motels, fancy hotels, budget friendly caravan parks, self contained accommodations, and affordable bed and breakfast accommodation.

There’s lots of accommodation types to choose from it all depends on your preference. Various restaurants and establishments in Seymour offers fresh locally-produced foods and wines.

The Prince of Wales Hotel, Old Post Office Seymour the world class Fine Art Gallery and Restaurant in town, The Seymour Club, The Royal Hotel, and The Railway Hotel are among those establishments. RAAC Memorial and Army Tank Museum in Seymour is a popular tourist destination.

The museum has 70 Armoured Fighting Vehicles on display in Hopkins Barracks, the home of Australian Armour at Puckapunyal, Victoria. The museum is one of the largest armour museums in the Southern hemisphere and is home of the Annual Alternative Farming Expo in Seymour.

The recently opened Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail begins in Tallarook which is close to the town. Seymour is also home to the newest attraction in town The Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk. It’s the only one of its kind in Australia dedicated to Vietnam Veterans.

Seymour Railway Heritage Centre on the other hand, operates as special heritage rail passenger services throughout Victoria utilising its extensive fleet of preserved diesel locomotives and makes locomotives available for hire and long term lease to private operators. Great for private parties and intimate gatherings. The depot is now the home of the Seymour Railway Heritage Centre. The heritage centre has a large collection of vintage and heritage locomotives, diesels and rolling stock that is opened to the public on a regular basis for viewing.

Chance of Rain
Saturday 11/25 30%
Chance of Rain
Showers late. Lows overnight in the low 60s.
Rain
Sunday 11/26 70%
Rain
Rain and scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. A few storms may be severe. High 71F. Winds NNE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 70%.
Chance of Rain
Monday 11/27 70%
Chance of Rain
Cloudy with occasional light rain. High 68F. Winds SSE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 70%.

Great Victorian Rail Trail

Great Victorian Rail Trail

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Seymour Court House


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.

About Seymour

Located on the banks of the Goulburn River is the beautiful town of Seymour, Victoria, Australia. Nestled in a valley at the base of the Tallarook Ranges. Seymour is approximately an hour drive from Melbourne, via the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways. Seymour and its nearby town boast of many attractions, accommodations, things to do, places to eat, and cheerful events that you wouldn’t want to miss.

Seymour is a town rich in heritage. The Seymour Court House was completed in 1864. It was also utilized as a Telegraph Office before the first world war. Today, Seymour’s Old Court House still remains and is now run by local volunteers as a Visitor Information Centre.

Seymour Visitor Information Centre

Phone: +61 3 5799 0233

Email Address:
visitorinfo@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au