Snowy River Area 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...
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...
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...
Also deer park & horse riding.
In the summer months there is a wide spectrum of activities available - Sailing, canoeing, waterskiing, whitewater rafting, horse riding, bushwalking and high mountain hiking are just a few on offer. ...
The Snowy Mountains is also known for being the home of the big trout. There are a number of lakes within the Snowy Mountain including Lake Jindabyne and Lake Eucumbene. Lake Eucumbene is the largest ...
Six ha trout lake and 'sure catch' tank.
Offers an attractive view, plus barbecue and toilet facilities.
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 ...
The Alpine Way starts near Jindabyne on the eastern side of the Snowy Mountains. It runs south-west past Thredbo and crosses the crest of the Great Dividing Range at Dead Horse Gap. It then winds arou...
Located within the Kosciuszko National Park, at 2228 metres Mount Kosciuszko is Australia’s highest mountain. Kosciuszko National Park itself is an area of outstanding beauty with glacial lakes, limes...
“The Granddaddy of all riding establishments,” exclaims Julie Miller of the Travel Sun Herald. After 40 years in operation with the original owners, Reynella Kosciusko Horse Rides is going strong. Loc...