Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop
Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop
Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop
Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop
Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop
Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop
Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop

Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop

33 Nixon Street,
Shepparton VIC 3630

03 5832 9330
1800 808 839 (Toll-free)

The Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop stocks a range of local merchandise, produce from the Goulburn Valley, Shepparton postcards, branded souvenirs, local history books, Murray River Access maps, and more!

Souvenirs & Postcards

Our range of products include:

  • Shepparton souvenirs: keyrings, stubby holders, tea towels, magnets, stickers, stress cows, postcards.
  • "Santa is Coming to the Goulburn Valley": children's picture book. 
  • Shepparton Moooving Art souvenirs: keyrings, magnets.
  • Grey Nomad souvenirs: aprons, bags, coasters.

Local Produce & Gifts

Our range of local products and gifts include items from the following:

  • Belstack Strawberry Farm preserves
  • The Cheeky Grog Co. cider
  • Chocolate Apple Factory
  • Cow Parade ceramic cows
  • Daisy Cow Soaps
  • Ensuf Cow/Bull Astrology bookmarks
  • Kaiela Arts
  • Kaye Poulton Ceramics
  • Len Beadell’s Shepparton Talk CD
  • Local Produce Gift hampers
  • Longleat Estate – Murchison Wine
  • Lost Shepparton Shop – history book and Ducat’s Currency souvenir packs
  • MIMS – Made it Myself – handmade fabric items
  • Monichino Wines
  • Oasis Olives – olive oil
  • Organic Delights – dried fruit and preserves
  • Outfront Creations – handmade fabric items
  • Tallis Wine
  • Utopia Australia – Indigenous art giftware
  • Van Go Collections – mugs, plates, tote bags

Maps & Guides

Our range of maps and guides include:

  • Hema maps
  • RACV maps

Historical & Other Books

Our range of books include:

  • A Century Not Out: 1909-2009
  • Early Families of Shepparton and District - Books 1-3
  • History of Shepparton: 1838-1938
  • Kialla East Heroes
  • Little Ant Books by Susie Sarah
  • My Shepparton. Volume 2.
  • Shepparton Past and Present
  • Shepp: It's People and Places
  • Tamba: A Selection of Poetry and Prose. GV Writer's Group
  • Those Were the Days

Charity Items

We support these local charities and not-for-profit organisations:

  • Billabong Sweets
  • Kaiela Arts
  • Lifestyle Dookie
  • Murchison & District Historical Society
  • Shepparton Family History Group
  • Shepparton Heritage Centre
  • Soroptimists
  • Zaidees Rainbow Laces

myki Explorer Packs

The myki Explorer Pack includes:

  • a full fare, concession or child myki card, pre-loaded with enough value (myki money) for one day’s travel in Zone 1, which includes the entire tram network
  • discount offers at 15 Melbourne and regional attractions
  • a protective souvenir myki wallet
  • a mini guide to using your myki

More information on myki Visitor Packs

Opening Hours

Open 9:00am to 5:00pm every day except Christmas Day

Follow Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre Gift Shop

Directions: If travelling along the Midland Highway (Bendigo-Benalla) - turn at Wyndham Street and head north 2 blocks, turn left onto Nixon Street (Queens Gardens) where you will find us on the right. If travelling the Goulburn Valley Highway/Wyndham Street (ie. coming from Melbourne or Tocumwal) - turn at Nixon Street (Queens Gardens) head east and you'll find us on the right.
Accredited Tourism Information Centre

Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre, located at 33 Nixon Street, Shepparton, is your first stop for information on things to see and do and where to stay while in Greater Shepparton. Providing quality information and brochures on accommodation, attractions, events and activities, the friendly staff and volunteers have the expert knowledge to make your stay in the region a memorable one.

Open: 9.00am to 5.00pm everyday except Christmas Day.
Telephone Enquiries: 1800 808 839 (Toll-free within Australia) or +61-3-5832 9330 (outside Australia)

Learn more about the Visitor Centre