Formerly an army camp, this 140 hectare park features relics of its military days, picnic areas, walking trails and bushland with a wide range of flora and fauna.
This attraction is located 17 kilometres north-east of Seymour and set within a stunning Australian landscape. Visitors can meander through the maze, learn about bushranger Ned Kelly’s days, follow a path through the only rock labyrinth in Australia, play some mini-golf and enjoy the picnic and BBQ grounds.
Seymour’s historical old post office (built in 1872) has been restored as a restaurant and fine art gallery, featuring original paintings and quality craft by acclaimed Australian artists.
Located west of Seymour at the Puckapunyal military base, this museum displays armoured fighting vehicles, the technology associated with such vehicles, and historic artefacts.
See preserved Victorian railway locomotives and rolling stock, or take a tourist or chartered rail journey on a restored train.
A commemorative walk located in the town centre which honours the service of those involved in the Vietnam War. It is set within native trees and grasses that symbolise Vietnam and includes a memorial cairn, interpretive panels and war relics.