Seymour sits pleasantly on the banks of the Goulburn River (Victoria’s largest river). There are numerous riverside parks in Seymour that is perfect for picnics, fishing or boating. Seymour is a magnet for water sports enthusiasts, with river cruises, boat hire, water skiing and rafting.
The area around Seymour offers a variety of things to see and do. There are historic sites, museums, boutique wineries, cafes, state forests, art and craft, sport, heritage and equine. The town is the gateway to the Goulburn Valley wine region. You can get the taste of the local fortified wines at a selection of adjacent wineries including Somerset Crossing, Haywards and Hankin Estate.
The town of Seymour has several stunning historic buildings and structures including the Royal Hotel, the Old Courthouse (which is now a gallery and the towns Visitor Information Centre) and the Old Post Office (now a well-known restaurant and art gallery). There are other galleries and antiques shops both in Seymour and in the surrounding villages and visitors can experience Seymour’s long lists of accommodations while in town.
One of Seymour’s best is the Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal it is one of the largest armour museums in the Southern Hemisphere and a world-recognised military museum. You can’t get enough of this picturesque town. You can call the Visitor Information Centre for more details Ph 03 5799 0233.