Snowy Mountains Attractions

Located in the Kosciuszko National Park, Mount Kosciuszko is Australia’s highest mountain reaching 2,228 metres (7,310 ft) above sea level. One of the world's great national parks, Kosciuszko National...
Located in the northern end of the Kosciuszko National Park, the Yarrangobilly Caves are set inside the deep gorges & rugged bluffs of the Yarrangobilly River Valley. Evolving over thousands of years,...
Dedicated to the women of pioneering families in rural areas, The Pioneer Women's Hut is a museum situated in Tumbarumba. The accessibility and wonderful stories behind the museum's memorabilia adds t...
If you want to head to the state's south to hit the slopes, a winter trip to the Snowy Mountains is your destination. The snow is guaranteed in July, August and September, with the Snowy Mountains cat...
Open daily for fish feeding and fish sales
Also deer park & horse riding.
To share the Magnificent Snowy Mountains and our beautiful Horses with You!
A very attractive spot, and particularly beautiful in autumn.
On the shores of Lake Eucumbene.
on the site where the two explorers once stood to survey the district in 1824. Today the view takes in Lake Blowering Reservoir which is part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme.
The Snowy Region Visitor Centre provides local information, day and annual passes, NPWS products, books, maps, souvenirs, giftware and clothing. Facilities include a cafe, the National Parks shop and ...
Nestled in the New South Wales country town of Adaminaby, the Brumby Haven Motel offers a cosy atmosphere and home cooked meals, a warm open fire and the comfort of home away from home. Indulge in so...
was built by Chinese miners in the 1850's during the district's goldmining days.
Six ha trout lake and 'sure catch' tank.