History & Heritage

Shepparton & Goulburn Valley's 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.

Tatura Water Tower Art

83 Ross Street, Tatura

Artists Cam Scale and Andrew Davis have paid tribute to Sir John Monash with the...

The Flats


The Flats is a significant cultural area located on the floodplain between Shepparton...


I0 High Road, Murchison

Thornebridge built in 1868 is a grand Victorian restored former Commercial Travellers...

William Cooper Memorial Statue

Queens Gardens, corner Welsford, Nixon and Wyndham Streets, Shepparton

Located in the centre of the Queens Gardens, corner of Welsford, Wyndham and Nixon...

Greater Shepparton's community musuems