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Dec 1, 2014 - Seymour

(BC)Wow we finally got moving out of Melbourne around 5.15pm. Mum did an amazing job of cleaning and packing the house and caravan. I was very proud of Thomas and Archie as they were very helpfull throughout the day. Achie had 1 small mishap where he misplaced the keys to the caravan!! But I eventually found them after the locksmith had arrived....we all had a laugh and I asked while your here can you cut a few spares, and he did! We decided that our first stop would be Seymour and arrived around 7.20 and had a picnic dinner. I let Molly...

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Nov 5, 2012 - Heritage Walk

6th November Prior to the coming of the white people the Taungurung people occupied a vast area along the catchments of the Goulburn River including this area we now know as Seymour. In 1836 Major Mitchell crossed the Goulburn at Mitchellstown, soon after overlanders and early settlers began to use this crossing place. The town was named after Lord Seymour, the son of the 11th Duke of Somerset. The Vietnam Commemorate Walk to be established in High Street will commemorate the service of all 62,100 Australians who played their part in what...

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Nov 3, 2012 - Seymour, first days

4th November After travelling 82 kms from Campbellfield we arrived in Seymour. Staying at the Goulburn River Caravan Park till Wednesday. The park is situated on the banks of the Goulburn River and a short walk to town. On Friday we drove out to the Puckapunyal Military Base. After having our identities checked and issued with passes we were allowed to proceed to the Australian Army Tank Museum.Here exists the finest collection of Australian armoured vehicles in the world. Over 87 tanks and armoured vehicles make up this collection of...

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