TRAVEL & TRANSPORT
Sitting on the junction of the Goulburn and Broken rivers, Shepparton is at the heart of the Greater Shepparton region, and has a depth of diversity and culture just waiting for you to discover.
Visit Shepparton is the official tourism site the Greater Shepparton Area. Wherever you live, come and enjoy Land of Plenty Festival while taking in Greater Shepparton and it’s surrounds.
Easily connected to Melbourne & Surrounding Areas. Shepparton Showgrounds is less than a 2 minute drive and 7 minute walk from Shepparton Station - connecting you to where-ever you need to go.
Melbourne - 2 hours
Travel the Tullamarine Freeway and Western Ring Road out of Melbourne, turn on to the Hume Freeway followed by the Goulburn Valley Highway beyond Seymour, past Nagambie and on into Greater Shepparton.
Sydney Route - 9 hours
Travel the South Western Freeway out of Sydney down to the Hume Hwy. Travel the Hume Hwy through Wodonga, turn onto the Midland Highway into Benalla and follow to Shepparton.
Adelaide Route - 10 hours
Travel through Murray Bridge, Tailem Bend and Bordertown to travel into Victoria. Follow on through Serviceton, Dimboola, Warracknabeal, Donald and Bendigo. Travel the Midland Highway from Bendigo to Shepparton.
Land of Plenty will be running festival buses, offering return trips to the surrounding towns. INFORMATION AVAILABLE CLOSER TO THE EVENT
If you and your friends have sorted your own private bus service - please email email@example.com for a parking pass & pickup/drop off information.
V/LINE offers a train service between Southern Cross Station and Shepparton Station.
We are working with V/Line to run SPECIAL EVENT return train services from Melbourne to Shepparton Railway station, more information on this service coming soon.
Buses and taxis operate a regular service throughout Greater Shepparton.
Local bus timetables are available Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre on 1800 808 839, while taxis can be booked by calling (03) 5822 2214.
Land of Plenty will be running festival buses, offering return trips to the surrounding towns.