World War 1 Memorial

A great little monument to those that served and those that lost their lives in service to their country in the Great War. Brettoneux St, Seymour, Victoria 3660, Australia

Seymour Alternative Farming Expo

Since 1991, Seymour Alternative Farming Expo has grown into the most successful alternative farming expo in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the best in the world. Each year, over three days in February, more than 450 exhibitors present the world’s best agricultural technology for a general audience of 25,000 visitors including farming professionals and members of the general public. … Read More

Seymour, Victoria Accommodation and Information

Situated on the banks of the Goulburn River is the picturesque town of Seymour, Victoria, Australia. Perfectly set in a valley at the base of the Tallarook Ranges.  Seymour is about 1 hour drive from Melbourne, via the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways. Seymour has a lot of attractions, accommodations, activities, restaurants, and exciting events you wouldn’t dare miss. Seymour has a wide variety of accommodation types from cheap motels, fancy hotels, budget friendly caravan … Read More

Discover Seymour

Around bank of the goulburn, only a short distance from the town centre  is the perfect base to explore the various attractions in the area and take advantage of the regions growing reputation as a wine & food destination. …for art & history buffs Old Post Office – ‘Fine Art Gallery’ exhibits a wide variety of art and craft by … Read More

Events in Seymour

For over 150 years, Seymour has held an agricultural show the Seymour Show, the first Saturday in October every year, drawing thousands across the state to compete in many competitions. Other local tourism events include Tastes of the Goulburn and Victorian Wines Show. Seymour also hosts an annual Alternative Farming Exposition every February which attracts thousands of visitors from around … Read More

Simply Seymour

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 … Read More

About Seymour, Victoria

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: the centre is  open daily from 9am to 5pm. Located on the banks … Read More