Seymour

Seymour - Macedon Ranges - Victoria

Seymour is situated on the Goulburn River and is known for its close proximity to the major army base of Puckapunyal where it was a significant training ground for World War II troops. Enjoy a relaxing picnic at Goulburn Park, a leisurely walk by the Goulburn River to visit the historic Old Goulburn Bridge and a new appreciation for art at the Fine Art Gallery. Explore the display of restored steam engines at the Seymour Railway Heritage Centre.

Visitors in need of a bit of physical activity, Mount Hickey offers a fire-lookout tower and is the highest point in Tallarook State Forest. For a beautiful picnic spot the Falls Creek Reservoir has some lovely scenery and the park is a wonderful place for bushwalking, rock climbing, horse riding and camping. There are some fine wineries nearby for those keen for a drop, try Somerset Crossing Vineyards, Plunkett Fowles, Tahbilk and Mitchelton.
The scenic agricultural town of Seymour is a very pleasant stop in the Goulburn region.


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