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Category: Do and See

Seymour Alternative Farming Expo

14th, 15th & 16th February 2014, 9am - 5pm daily 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, 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 more.

Seymour Visitor Centre

Seymour Information Visitor Center is a great stop to find about accommodation, things to do in the area sights to see, and speak to some great staff who care and love their town. Seymour has a rich history to what are you waiting more.

Heritage Attractions

Seymour Railway Heritage Centre      Phone: 5799-0515 Victoria St extension Lighthorse Memorial Park    Goulburn Valley Hwy Seymour Heritage Walk   Phone: 5799-0233 Starts at Visitor Information Centre Seymour Heritage Drive more.

Old Post Office

A World Class City Style Fine Art Gallery and Licensed Restaurant Established in 1992 in the restored C1872 Old Post Office & Postmasters Residence, The multi-roomed Award winning Gallery has grown to represent the Best in more.

RAAC Memorial and Army Tank Museum

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 more.

Seymour Railway Heritage Centre

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 more.

Vietnam Veterans Commemorative Walk

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 " more.