Seymour - Culture and History

Seymour (including Mangalore)
Attractive rural centre on the Goulburn River.
Seymour is a substantial small town of some 6900 people which is situated by the Goulburn River at an elevation of 141 metres. It is located on the Goulburn Valley Highway, 97 km north of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway. The town functions principally as a service centre to the army base at Puckapunyal and to the agricultural hinterland.

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Seymour - Sleep

Seymour (including Mangalore)
Attractive rural centre on the Goulburn River.
Seymour is a substantial small town of some 6900 people which is situated by the Goulburn River at an elevation of 141 metres. It is located on the Goulburn Valley Highway, 97 km north of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway. The town functions principally as a service centre to the army base at Puckapunyal and to the agricultural hinterland.

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Seymour - Places to See

Seymour (including Mangalore)
Attractive rural centre on the Goulburn River.
Seymour is a substantial small town of some 6900 people which is situated by the Goulburn River at an elevation of 141 metres. It is located on the Goulburn Valley Highway, 97 km north of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway. The town functions principally as a service centre to the army base at Puckapunyal and to the agricultural hinterland.

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Seymour - Eat

Seymour (including Mangalore)
Attractive rural centre on the Goulburn River.
Seymour is a substantial small town of some 6900 people which is situated by the Goulburn River at an elevation of 141 metres. It is located on the Goulburn Valley Highway, 97 km north of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway. The town functions principally as a service centre to the army base at Puckapunyal and to the agricultural hinterland.

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Seymour - Events

Seymour (including Mangalore)
Attractive rural centre on the Goulburn River.
Seymour is a substantial small town of some 6900 people which is situated by the Goulburn River at an elevation of 141 metres. It is located on the Goulburn Valley Highway, 97 km north of Melbourne via the Hume Freeway. The town functions principally as a service centre to the army base at Puckapunyal and to the agricultural hinterland.

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Romsey - Fast Facts

Romsey (including Monegeetta and Clarkefield)
Dormitory township with historic buildings and winery
Romsey is a small town located 65 km north of Melbourne adjacent Five Mile Creek. Owing to the historic red-brick buildings which line the spacious main street, it has a rather English feel and, like Lancefield, 8 km north, it has become something of a dormitory area for those who work in Melbourne. Lions Park in Main St is a pleasant recreational area.

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Romsey - Culture and History

Romsey (including Monegeetta and Clarkefield)
Dormitory township with historic buildings and winery
Romsey is a small town located 65 km north of Melbourne adjacent Five Mile Creek. Owing to the historic red-brick buildings which line the spacious main street, it has a rather English feel and, like Lancefield, 8 km north, it has become something of a dormitory area for those who work in Melbourne. Lions Park in Main St is a pleasant recreational area.

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