Greater Shepparton offers an amazing range of museums and landmarks which provide insight into our rich and colourful stories of intrigue, bravery, survival and charm.

From our Aboriginal history to our link to World War II and how our region has grown and flourished with irrigation, our history and our story will be sure to inspire you to discover more.

Explore the region’s past through various community museums, including Tatura Irrigation and Wartime Camps Museum, which displays fascinating items donated from those who experienced life as internees and POWs in the region during the World War II, among them thousands of Germans, Italians and Japanese. Why not take a drive on our "History and Heritage" touring route - a self guided tour itinerary with map and information.

Aboriginal Street Art Project - Aunty Geraldine Briggs and Aunty Elizabeth Morgan Mural

163 Welsford Street (on the wall of the Department of Health and Human Services building), Shepparton

Mural painted by well known artist Adnate depicts the late Aunty Geraldine Briggs and the late Aunty Elizabeth Morgan.

Aboriginal Street Art Project - Aunty Margaret Tucker (MBE) and Nanny Nora Charles Mural

Fryers Street (between Maude and Corio Street), Shepparton VIC 3630, Shepparton

Mural painted by well known artist Adnate, features Aunty Margaret Tucker (MBE) and Nora “Nanny” Charles - two significant past local elders.

Aboriginal Street Art Project - Private Daniel Cooper Mural

70 Welsford Street, Shepparton 3630, Shepparton

Mural painted by well known artist Cam Scale, features Private Daniel Cooper, a Yorta Yorta man who fought for Australia during World War I.

Aboriginal Street Art Project - William Cooper and Pastor Sir Douglas Nicholls Mural

Fryers Street (between Maude and Corio Street), Shepparton

Mural painted by well known artist Adnate depicts the late William Cooper and the late Pastor Sir Douglas Nicholls KCVO OBE MBE, both leaders who made significant contributions to not just the region but Australia as a whole.

Bangerang Cultural Centre

45 Parkside Drive, Shepparton

The Bangerang Cultural Centre, the first of its kind in Australia, aims to preserve and display local Aboriginal artefacts.

Barclay's Antiques & Collectables

Emerald Bank
7715 Goulburn Valley Highway, Shepparton

Antiques and Collectables. You want it, June's Got It! Open 7 days a week with the largest collection of antiques in the Goulburn Valley.

Discover Military History

Greater Shepparton

The Military History Trail provides the perfect opportunity for any type of getaway you need. You can easily do this drive in a day, or you can take your time and explore each town for all it has to offer.

Dookie Rail Trail

67-71 Mary Street, Dookie

The Dookie Rail Trail offers scenic views of rolling hills, seasonal crops, wildlife and a town with spirit. This trail is suitable for all ages, with gentle hill climbs and great views of the Dookie & Yabba Districts.

Furphy Museum

7723 Goulburn Valley Highway
Kialla 3631 , Shepparton

The Furphy Museum is the only museum of its type in the world. The museum is housed within MOVE (Museum of Vehicle Evolution).

German War Cemetery

Mulcahy Road, Tatura

The official German War Cemetery in Australia - listed on the Victorian Heritage Register August 2015.

Greater Shepparton's community musuems
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Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre, located at 530 Wyndham Street, Shepparton, (Ground floor, SAM building) 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)

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