Greater Shepparton

Located at the southern end of the Newell Highway, Greater Shepparton is a fantastic place to stop and stay a while. With magnificent food and wine, beautiful countryside and waterways, the area has glorious weather and plenty of activities for everyone.

Explore our townships, farmland and nature reserves. Discover first hand why Greater Shepparton is renowned internationally as Australia’s food bowl with farm gate and factory outlet sales, cellar doors, and a diverse range of seasonal produce from fruits, cherries, wines, olives, meats and cheese to be tasted and enjoyed.


Attractions in the region include Shepparton Art Museum, SPC Ardmona Kidstown, Victoria Park Lake, the Chocolate Apple Factory, Moooving Art plus much more!

A trip back in time

Explore the past that has made Greater Shepparton the thriving city it is today… specialist collections within our museums feature indigenous heritage, agriculture and irrigation, engineering (Australia’s only dedicated Furphy Museum), motoring, medical and WW2 POW/Internment Camps.


There is always something happening in Greater Shepparton with a full Calendar of Events – feature events include International Dairy Week in January, SheppARTon Festival in March, Kidsfest in September, Spring Car Nationals (November). Visit for complete event listings.

Fun for the Family

A family friendly destination, Greater Shepparton offers visitors many exciting experiences with lots of activities for the young and young at heart, including Australia’s biggest outdoor adventure playground, waterways for fishing and boating, cycleways and walking paths, skate parks, leisure facilities, commercial activity centres and entertainment.

Experience Greater Shepparton’s diversity of accommodation, attractions, wineries, galleries, shopping and townships with the help of friendly staff at the Visitor Centre, who can assist you with your travel plans to the region and beyond, and make your stay a memorable one.

To discover all that Greater Shepparton has to offer call 1800 808 839 or visit


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