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Raglan Gallery And Cultural Centre

Raglan Gallery And Cultural Centre

9 -11 Lambie Street, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Email: info@raglangallery.org.au
Website: www.raglangallery.org.au
9059141 Phone Number: 61 02 6452 3377

The Raglan Gallery and Cultural Centre showcases the regions talented artists from painters to ceramists, potters and sculptors. Throughout the year the Raglan holds a number of prestigious exhibitions including the Lions/Snowy Hydro Exhibition in February, the Bridgette Mackay exhibition in June and the Brisco Awards in September. The Raglan was built in 1854 by James Hain, and was licensed as the Lord Raglan Inn. It was named after Lord Raglan who commanded in the Crimean War. It was also Cooma’s first bank, a private hospital, a family home and now an art gallery. The Raglan still retains some of the original 100 year old gardens and is supported by the Cooma Monaro Shire, volunteers and art lovers.

Nanny Goat Hill Lookout

Nanny Goat Hill Lookout

Massie Street, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Email: info@visitcooma.com.au
Website: www.visitcooma.com.au
9057991 Phone Number: 61 02 6455 1742
Fax Number: 61 02 6455 1798

Nanny Goat Hill Lookout offers extensive views of the Cooma township and surrounding grazing country. The lookout is part of the historic Lambie Town Walk. A sculpture of a nanny goat sits by the lookout. The sculpture was created by local artist, the late Chris Graham, who was also instrumental in the erection of the Mosaic Time Walk.

Snowy Wilderness Tours

Snowy Wilderness

2911 The Barry Way, Ingebyra via, Jindabyne, New South Wales, 2627
Email: info@snowywilderness.com.au
Website: www.snowywilderness.com.au
9056665 Phone Number: 61 02 6457 9700
Fax Number: 61 02 6457 9722

Snowy Wilderness is a true Australian outback adventure. Bordering the Kosciuszko National Park and Snowy River, Snowy Wilderness is a sanctuary for wild brumby and offers 7,500 spectacular acres bursting with experiences for you to discover. Run free with the brumbies, ride horseback through the rugged mountain terrain, explore the wilderness by four wheel drive, camp under the stars or sit back and relax in luxury accommodation - the resort offers something for everyone. Dawn and dusk are spectacular and this is when nature comes into its own - you're welcome to stay the night. Curl up in the lap of luxury in one of the new high country lodges or indulge yourself at the luxuriously appointed homestead.

Perisher Blue Ski Resort

Perisher Ski Resort

Kosciuszko Road, Perisher Valley, New South Wales, 2624
Email: stay@perisher.com.au
Website: www.perisher.com.au
9059109 Phone Number: 61 02 6459 4755
Fax Number: 61 02 6457 5485

Perisher Ski Resort is Australia's largest ski resort encompassing the four resort areas of Perisher, Smiggins, Blue Cow and Guthega, plus the Skitube Alpine Railway and The Station Jindabyne. During winter up to 47 lifts operate across the resort areas. Perisher provides a great opportunity for families and friends to explore parts of the Perisher ski resort area and surrounding Kosciuszko National Park utilising relatively easy trails. As well as skiing and snowboarding why not try snow tubing for some great family fun.

Snowy Hydro Information and Education Centre

Snowy Mountains Hydro Discovery Centre

Monaro Highway, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Website: www.snowyhydro.com.au
9059213 Phone Number: 61 02 6453 2004

The Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme is one of the engineering wonders of the modern world. With seven power stations, two of which are underground, 16 major dams and over 140 kilometres of trans-mountain tunnels, it is a symbol of Australian endeavour at its best. The Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre is a state of the art visitor facility showcasing the amazing story of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, from the early construction days to the role the Scheme plays today in the development of Australia. The centre houses a comprehensive exhibition hall that includes; a photographic collection, models, exhibits and interactive displays. The centre also has two theatres, souvenirs, maps and a cafe.

Mount Gladstone

Mount Gladstone

Mount Gladstone, Snowy Mountains Highway, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Email: info@visitcooma.com.au
Website: www.visitcooma.com.au
9085749 Phone Number: 61 02 6450 1742
Fax Number: 61 02 6450 1798

Mount Gladstone Lookout and Nature Reserve sits in 125 hectares of native bushland less than four kilometres from the edge of Cooma township, offering magnificent views across the Monaro Plains and to the peaks of the Snowy Mountains from the two easily accessible viewing platforms. There are toilets and barbecue facilities available along with car and coach parking.

Big Trout

Big Trout

Snowy Mountains Highway, Adaminaby, New South Wales, 2630
Website: www.visitadaminaby.com.au
9086501 Phone Number: 61 02 6454 2453
Fax Number: 61 02 6454 2092

Adaminaby, located 51 kilometres northwest of Cooma, in the Snowy Mountains, is a popular trout fishing spot, so it's an ideal place for the 10 metre high Big Trout to live. This huge fibreglass structure was built by Adaminaby artist, Andy Lomnici, in 1969 and is an icon for the beautiful mountain town of Adaminaby. The iconic sculpture was completely renovated in 2012 by The Friends of the Fish Committee and after this full restoration, she can once again proudly take her place alongside the 144 other "Big Things" scattered throughout Australia.

Crankies Plain Bridge over Coolumbooka River

Crankies Plain Bridge over Coolumbooka River

Main Road 91, Bombala, New South Wales, 2632
Website: www.rta.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/index.cgi?action=heritage.show&id=4300006

Crankies Plain Bridge over Coolumbooka River is of state significance. Completed in 1892, it is one of the seven McDonald timber truss road bridges remaining in New South Wales. Timber truss road bridges were extensively used in New South Wales because of the high quality of local hardwoods and the shortage of steel during the early decades of settlement of the state. Spare a few minutes to admire Crankies Plain Bridge when visiting the Bombala area.

Cathcart Collectables

Cathcart Collectables

Eden Street, Cathcart, New South Wales, 2632
9102344 Phone Number: 61 02 6458 2021

Located just 10 minutes east of Bombala in Eden Street, Cathcart Collectables houses an amazing collection of Monaro history and memorabilia from the past through to the present. There are displays ranging from tractors and farm machinery to coins and bottle openers. The collection was established by Eileen and Bab Walder in 1998. The family has a great interest in trying to save local history from leaving the district and displaying the items of interest. The Museum is built on the site of the Federal Hotel. The family has also preserved the old post office and exchange which were located in what is now the front room of their home next door to the Museum. The business was closed in 1991 and it is also open to the public. Come along and enjoy the history at Cathcart Collectables. Admission is by donation.

wildbrumby schnapps distillery

wildbrumby schnapps distillery

Corner of Wollondibby Road and Alpine Way, Jindabyne, New South Wales, 2627
Email: info@wildbrumby.com
Website: www.wildbrumby.com
9129235 Phone Number: 61 02 6457 1447

The wildbrumby schnapps distillery is a unique, boutique schnapps distillery located on the Alpine Way in the picturesque Thredbo Valley, halfway between Jindabyne and Thredbo. wildbrumby produces pure Australian schnapps from locally sourced fruit. The 20 acre property features a cellar door and fully licensed cafe, art gallery, studio and working raspberry farm. Come and see the beautiful brass distilling equipment from Germany and try out some of the schnapps made on site, such as: pink lady apple, pear william, peach, butterscotch or the hot chilli schnapps. The wildbrumby schnapps distillery is an ideal place to stop for a tasting, coffee and yummy continental cakes or lunch. There's a selection of wines and wiess beer on tap too. Take a look around the shop or visit the art gallery. Set in beautiful surrounds, wildbrumby schnapps distillery makes the perfect stopover when travelling to or from the mountains.

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