[jwplayer mediaid=”632″] The Goulburn River High Country Rail Trail is one of the longest rail trails in Australia and is the longest in Victoria. Stretching 134km the shared bicycle, walking and bridle trail connects towns and communities through the Mitchell, Murrindindi & Mansfield Shires. Visit the Great Victorian Rail Trails site to find out more about Victoria’s majestic rail trails.
Site tours of our depot are a fantastic way to see the restoration work of the SRHC first hand. In an hour long guided tour you will be shown our working site including our workshops; vehicles in various stages of restoration; and the historic royal and special carriages. Fascinating and unique railway displays, information, souvenirs and refreshments available and on … Read More
Seymour Bowling Club Phone: (03)5799-0980 Cnr Tallarook and Lesley St. Seymour, VIC Seymour Golf Club Phone: 5792-1117 Goulburn Valley Highway Seymour Olympic Memorial Pool Lesley St. Seymour, VIC Skate Park Cnr Keith and Pollard St. Seymour VIC Sports and Aquatic Centre Phone: 5792-3068 Pollard St. Seymour, VIC VRI Bowling Club Phone: 5792-4080 Dowling Ave, Seymour
Located at the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways, Seymour is on the banks of the Goulburn River nestled in a picturesque valley at the base of the Tallarook Ranges. The Goulburn River, edged with majestic gums, and its parks with native animals such as platypus and koalas, provides the backdrop for Seymour. Surrounding Seymour are the Scenic Heritage … Read More
The museum now has more than 70 Armoured Fighting Vehicles on display in Hopkins Barracks, the home of Australian Armour at Puckapunyal, Victoria. Covering an area of over 4000 square metres the museum is one of the largest armour museums in the Southern hemisphere. Museum Shop The museum has a well stocked gift shop that sells everything from souvenirs of … Read More
Located 17 kilometres north-east of Seymour and set in a stunning Australian landscape, visitors can meander through the maze, learn about bushranger Ned Kelly’s days, follow a path through the only rock labyrinth in Australia and enjoy the picnic and BBQ grounds. Avenel is a very different maze to those of England’s Hampton Court or France’s Palace of Versailles. For … Read More
Seymour has a long and involved history with both the Military and Transport. Walk or drive the wide streets of Seymour to understand the layout of this river side town. Visit the Station Street area to see the significance of the “Rail” to the town. Our magnificent Railway Station, built in the late ninteenth century, still serves the local, intrastate … Read More