Shepparton (populace 29,000) is the significant center of the Goulburn Valley and the headquarters of the Goulburn Valley irrigation system. It is found 179 km north of Melbourne on the Goulburn Valley Highway and 113 meters above ocean level. Mooroopna (populace 6,877) is isolated from Shepparton by the Goulburn river and an enormous tract of flood-prone forest and joined by a causeway. The surrounding area creates a generous proportion of the state’s agricultural yield, especially fruit, vegetables, cereals, and milk items. Local industry incorporates two gigantic fruit canneries (operated by SPC Ardmona), Campbell’s Soups, a foundry and supporting packaging freight and logistics organizations. 

After having your fill at the various restaurants in Shepparton, you can look at the accompanying activities: 

Victoria Park Lake 

It is situated on Victoria Lake and it offers numerous things for all ages. There are new bicycle and walk tracks that everyone can use, as well as BBQ and recreational facilities and campgrounds. This spot has all you require for a relaxing day. Come and appreciate the excellence of nature. 

Victoria Park Lake


Opposite the Parklake Hotel is Shepparton’s shared pathways that breeze through zones of natural magnificence, giving an extraordinary method to walk, run or cycle between attractions to take you through the river lands and around the lake. Bicycle hire is accessible from Aquamoves gym likewise opposite. 

A communications tower, situated off the Maude Street Mall, is open weekdays from 9am to 3pm and offers guests breathtaking perspectives over the city and encompassing countryside from a public viewing platform. 

Fine Food 

Shepparton has a wide assortment of eateries, bistros, and takeaways, so whatever your dining inclination, they have it covered. Add to that a choice of Goulburn Valley wineries, farm gate, and chocolate and confectionary outlets, and how is it possible that you would turn out badly. 

The Furphy Foundry 

The celebrated blacksmith and wheelwright, John Furphy, came to Shepparton in 1873 and by 1878 he had set up a foundry in the town. By 1880, he was producing water carts which turned out to be immensely famous around the country. Such was their notoriety that when war broke out in 1914, they were requested in enormous numbers by the Australian Army and were utilized in camps where the nearby water supply was inconsistent. It is said that the word ‘furphy’, which means rumor or tall tale, appeared on the grounds that soldiers used to assemble around the water supply and it was there that gossipy tidbits were shared and spread. 

John Furphy was joined in Shepparton by his more acclaimed sibling Joseph. Joseph had been a farmer in the Riverina, however, had been bankrupted by a dry season. He worked with his sibling for 21 years and it was during this time that he composed the incomparable Australian novel, Such is Life. The novel was distributed under the nom de plume ‘Tom Collins’. Today, the Furphy family still owns the foundry. It is situated on Drummond Rd. A piece of the foundry is a museum with a fantastic scope of old hardware as well as photos and significant history about the Furphy family. It is open on weekdays from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. 

Moooving Art Shepparton 

These cows rocks! These are four cows and they are known as ‘Milky Bar’. From the start, they were by Victoria Park Lake, yet they were destroyed, so now they have another home in Visitor Center. The four cows have been joined by Mooosical Cow and Cowasel, so now there are six of them. Guests are simply excited with the thought and the cows are currently recovered and with new paint, so you essentially need to see them! 

Activities in Shepparton are sweet and strange, similar to the flavor of apple chocolate from the neighborhood processing plant.


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