Situated on the banks of the Goulburn River, Seymour is a town with rich heritage.  Many fine historic buildings are now home to an array of cafes, galleries, restaurants and accommodation.

Explore the rich military history of the town at the Vietnam Veteran Commemorative Walk, the Australian Light Horse Park or the nearby Australian Army Tank Museum at Puckapunyal. Visit the Railway Heritage Centre and uncover the town’s proud rail history or simply enjoy one of the many parks and gardens that Seymour offers.

Just ten kilometres south of Seymour on the Hume Highway you will find the pretty town of Tallarook.  Home to the start of the Great Victorian Rail Trail, Tallarook is set on the northern slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Great coffee, good food and local wines wait to welcome whether you are set to cycle or just looking to unwind.

Just a short drive from Seymour, located on the Goulburn Valley Highway you will find the beautiful Trawool Valley.   So significant is the beauty of this area and its imposing boulder outcrops, it is listed by the National Trust for scenic quality, geological and cultural significance.

Take in the scenic beauty of the 'Valley of a Thousand Hills' on your way to the hamlets of Strath Creek and Flowerdale.  Stunning views await you on your journey.

 

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