By Car

From Melbourne take the Hume Highway approximately 100 kms north of Melbourne to Tallarook Street, Seymour. There is plenty of parking onsite.

Seymour is an agricultural town servicing a wide area. It is in bushranger country and many places in the town tell of the exploits of these highwaymen. There are vineyards, parks and museums to visit, and the Tank Museum at the nearby army base of Puckapunyal contains the largest collection of veteran tanks in Australia, and other military items of interest.

By Bus

Travel in comfort with V/Line, Australia’s largest regional public transport operator. Book a bus ticket online at www.vline.com.au.

By Train

Regular train services operate to Seymour – for timetables and ticketing visit www.vline.com.au

Parcel Pick Up Service

A complimentary parcel pick up service is available at the Expo.  Please request at time of purchase and items will be delivered to Gate 4/Edwards Street for collection.

Accessibility

Parking

All Abilities Parking is available near Gate 4 which is the public entrance located on Leslie Street.

Disabled Toilets

Disabled toilet facilities are situated at the following locations:

  • Rear of Food Court 3
  • Craft Pavilion
  • Gate 3
  • Cricket Nets, Gate 2
  • Poultry Pavilion

Mobility Scooter

Event Scooter Hire is located immediately inside Gate 1.  If you have any questions regarding this service please contact Gordon on 0428 694 335.

Seymour Alternative Farming Expo aims to provide accessibility to all its visitors therefore if you have any further questions regarding accessibility please contact [email protected]

Accommodation

For accommodation options visit http://www.seymourvictoria.com.au/index.php/accommodation

Things to do

For details of things to do during your stay visit www.heartofvictoria.com.au/seymour-surrounds