Seymour Victoria – Since 1843

Seymour Victoria – Since 1843

Seymour has been the crossing point of the Goulburn River for over 193 years. Hume and Hovell crossed our banks during their explorations of Victoria in 1824, the mail route between Melbourne and Sydney began crossing our banks in 1837 and Victorian railways came to our region in 1872 choosing Seymour as a junction to cross the Goulburn River.

Almost two century’s later, Seymour remains the crossing place for the Goulburn River by road and rail, making Seymour perfectly poised to offer all the wonderful things the Heart of Victoria has to offer, wineries on our doorstep, snow, valleys and hills to the east and Melbourne to our south.

We invite you to come and Explore Seymour

Upcoming Events

Seymour Alternative Farming Expo

16, 17 and 18 February 2018

Goulburn Valley Longest Lunch

16 March 2018

Tallarook Boogie Festival

MARCH 30, 31 & APRIL 1 2018