Seymour Visitor Information Centre

Seymour Visitor Information Centre is located at the Old Courthouse in Seymour, only an hour’s drive north of Melbourne. Seymour’s Old Courthouse was completed in the years of 1864. For nine years beginning in 1865, the Courthouse was also utilised as a Telegraph Office. During the First World War, more additions and repairs were carried…

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Mansfield Interpretive Poles

At the entrance to the Mansfield Visitor Information Centre, in the Station Precinct, a series of timber columns become a forest of freestanding poles in a walk through interpretive courtyard, each one carved and decorated to symbolise different aspects of the history, environment and industry of the region. Learn about everything from bushranger history, and…

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Mansfield Visitor Information Centre

The Mansfield Visitor Information Centre is a Level One Accredited centre located in the “Station Precinct” , adjacent to the Great Victorian Rail Trail, and is an important cultural and historical hub for the region’s visitors. View the unique interpretive pole display – an extraordinary exhibition of tree trunks depicting the history of the region…

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Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre

The Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre incorporates a fully accredited Visitor Information Centre and interactive environmental interpretive displays to inform visitors about the importance of water resources and wetland ecology. Located adjacent to the Yea Wetlands the Centre is a striking, architecturally designed building incorporating sustainable design elements. The friendly Visitor Services team can provide information…

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Alexandra Visitor Information Centre

Alexandra is a neat country town located in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range, 130 kilometres north east of Melbourne. Lake Eildon National Park, the snow fields of Mt Buller and Lake Mountain, and the Upper Goulburn River are all only a short drive from Alexandra. Alexandra is home to a small number of…

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Tallarook Mechanics Institute

The historic Tallarook Mechanics Institute built in 1891 was destroyed by fire in 2018. The newly built hall is faithful to the original design, with a modern twist. The hall has for generations been the cultural and social centre of the tiny hamlet of Tallarook and the region. The Institute is known for the monthly…

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