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Natural Treasures

3. New Crossing Place

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The Goulburn River runs along the southern and western sides of the Seymour. Parklands on the Seymour side of the river extend from the Emily Street bridge downstream to Whiteheads Creek. The park includes floodplains and old river courses and billabongs, with ancient redgums and forest patches containing Koalas, many possums and gliders, bats, wallabies and a diversity of bird life. The New Crossing Place became the main crossing on the river from the 1830s. An all-abilities walking track runs through the park, and is accessible from several roads off Emily St.

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