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Horsham, the capital of the Wimmera is the gateway to the Silo Art Trail and the North Western Side of the Grampians National Park. A lively city with a vibrant river and friendly locals, it has great coffee and boutique shopping, a range of dining and accommodation options, arts, culture, recreation and more...

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Nestled on the banks of the peaceful Wimmera River, Horsham is a lively regional city, which is home to a vibrant array of arts and cultural events, sporting venues, and children’s activities.


Haven Market


133rd Annual Natimuk Show


Natimuk Farmers Market Plus

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Homelessness Week Community BBQ


Rock and Roll Festival – Gals and Gangsters


Horsham Agricultural Show

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Arapiles Cycling Event – The A.C.E. Ride

See & Do Come and explore

There are plenty of things to see and do in Horsham.

Our regions are full of galleries, trails, shops and activities to amuse.

Discover our Trails

Stay Accommodation options

There are plenty of accommodation options throughout the Horsham.

If you’re looking for an action-packed long weekend away with the family without the stress, look no further than Horsham.

Located just a few hours from Melbourne, in the heart of the Wimmera region, Horsham perfectly balances the joys of nature with everything you’d expect (and more) from a vibrant city hub. And, the kids will be happy, come rain or shine.


The Horsham Rural City Council acknowledges the five traditional owner groups of this land; the Wotjobaluk, Wergaia, Jupagulk, Jaadwa and Jadawadjali people.

We recognise the important and ongoing place that all Indigenous people hold in our community.
We pay our respects to the elders, both past and present, and commit to working together in the spirit of mutual understanding and respect for the benefit of the broader community and future generations.