Seymour Victoria | Seymour and District Historical Society
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Seymour and District Historical Society


The Seymour and District HIstorical Society was formed in 1964 after a committee had been created which assisted in the publication of the first written history of Seymour and surrounds, ‘New Crossing Place’ by H.G. Martindale.

The Society’s aim is to:
– Record and preserve the history of Seymour and surrounds
– Encourage an interest in the history of our town
– Collect and display items of significance to the area
– Assist in historical research relating to people, places and events significant to our area
– Preserve historic sites in Seymour and the surrounding district

We are located in the Free Public Library building (which was opened in 1875), on the corner of Edward and Tallarook St.


Hours: Open the first Sunday and third Tuesday of each month 1:00pm to 3:00pm (Excluding July and December)
Phone: (03) 5792 2311
Address: Seymour and District Historical Society 56 Tallarook Street, Seymour VIC 3660