Romsey is an historic township, known for its characteristic streetscape, award winning wineries and country hospitality with a township population of approximately 4,000.
Romsey is located 65km north of Melbourne and 8km south of Lancefield on the Melbourne-Lancefield Road. This road runs through the township and is lined by significant exotic trees and a variety of rustic country shops There is a walking and cycling trail along its length with spectacular views along the route.
The township is surrounded by rolling hills of fertile, volcanic soils making it the perfect place for growing produce, grazing cattle and sheep, horse breeding and other agricultural pursuits.
In the mid-to-late 1800s the Romsey district was rich farming land and provided food for travellers to the gold fields.
Nowadays Romsey is a commuter town, which retains its rural charm. For a small village the community is full of heart and delivers a range of annual activities for locals including the Romsey Festival. The town also has a vibrant retail shopping strip