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Blue Waterholes - Nichols Gorge Walk, Kosciuszko National Park, Photo: Murray Vanderveer

Nichols Gorge walking track

Blue Waterholes Fire Trail, Cooleman, New South Wales, 2611

7km (return) - 4 hour (each way) - Medium difficulty You won't be very far into this challenging 7km walk - just 500 metres or so - before you'll come across the opening of Cooleman Cave. Make sure you've got a torch with you so that you can explore inside. Back out in the sunshine, follow the often dry Cave Creek. Don't move too quickly across the surface because ... Visit website for more info

Castle walk, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Murray van der Veer

Yarrangobilly Caves – Castle walk

Yarrangobilly Caves Road, Yarrangobilly, New South Wales, 2720

3.2km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Medium difficulty A spectacular and inspiring walk for photographers, birdwatchers and bushwalkers, Castle walk, near Yarrangobilly Caves, follows Yarrangobilly River past Glory Arch and South Glory Cave. With the sight of spectacular limestone cliffs - where you may even discover ancient fossils - and the opportunity to combine it with a cave tour, this medium walk in the north of Kosciuszko ... Visit website for more info


Dalgety Historic Town and River Walk

Corner Barnes Street and Campbell Street, Dalgety, New South Wales, 2628
9086500 Phone Number: 61 02 6456 5130

Enjoy peace and tranquillity and at the same time, learn about Dalgety's heritage and the Snowy River restoration on the Dalgety Historic Town and River Walk. The historic village of Dalgety is the only town left on the banks of the Snowy River in New South Wales. Once considered as a site for the Australia's national capital, little has changed in this quiet little hamlet since the early twentieth century. Please visit Iona Gardens for a map of the heritage trail.

Lobs Hole Ravine 4WD trail, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Murray Vanderveer

Lobs Hole Ravine 4WD trail

Lobbs Hole Powerline Road, Pinbeyan, New South Wales, 2720

37km (one way) - 3 hour For a reviving dose of nature and breathtaking mountain views, load up the 4WD and head for Lobs Hole Ravine 4WD trail. This trail leads from Jounama to Wallace Creek lookout through the northern regions of Kosciuszko National Park. It's ideal for a historic sightseeing tour or an exhilarating day out fishing, walking, mountain biking or camping off the ... Visit website for more info

Stewarts Information and Gallery

Stewarts Information and Gallery

1 Denison Street, Adaminaby, New South Wales, 2630
9057523 Phone Number: 61 02 6454 2285

The Stewarts Information and Gallery has been compiled by Leigh Stewart, resident of Adaminaby and former resident of Old Adaminaby. A unique experience and fascinating memories of historic Adaminaby from 1870 to 2004. The display consists of historic photos, newspapers clippings, documents on the history of Adaminaby, Snowy Hydro, Kiandra, the ski run at Selwyn Snowfields. There are also map displays, an historic video and art exhibitions of local artists work. Books and videos are also available for sale.

Parc Cafe, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Murray van der Veer

Parc Cafe

Snowy River Avenue, Jindabyne, New South Wales, 2627

Whoever invented the all-day breakfast deserves a medal, and whoever serves an all-day breakfast deserves two. Parc Cafe, at Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne, knows what its customers want. As well as a breakfast menu, this licensed cafe offers Devonshire tea, coffee, packed lunches, freshly squeezed juice, gluten free and dairy free options, vegetarian meals, bush tucker food and spices as well as alcoholic beverages. Eat in a warm cosy environment over winter and when the weather warms up enjoy the sun on the deck with a view of the lake. Pop in if you're passing through town or seek Parc Cafe out if you're in need of a good mountain feed. Wifi is also available.

Waterfall walking track, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Murray Vanderveer

Waterfall walking track

Kosciuszko Road, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales, 2642

6km (return) - 2 hour (each way) - Easy difficulty Waterfall walking track is a great option for most weather conditions as it's a sheltered walk which is also conveniently close to Jindabyne. You can start the walk at either Sawpit Creek picnic area or Kosciuszko Education Centre. Then, once you've taken the underpass beneath Kosciuszko Road, it's time to be blown away by the rugged beauty and diversity ... Visit website for more info

Etheridge Range and Seaman

Kosciuszko National Park - Charlottes Pass to Snowy River

Kosciuszko National Park, Start of Summit Road (Charlotte's Pass), Kosciuszko, New South Wales, 2642

This walk follows the old Summit Road - closed to public vehicles since 1976 - to Mount Kosciuszko. The walk passes through snow gums, heath and herb fields and provides sweeping views of the Main Range and Snowy River. After crossing the Snowy River (4.5 kilometre) the walk climbs gradually to Seaman's Hut (six kilometre), Rawson's Pass (eight kilometre) and the summit of Mount Kosciuszko. A further trail heads back from Mount Kosciuszko to the chairlifts of the Thredbo Alpine Village. Type of forest: Alpine, grassy woodland Walking distance: 4.5 kilometres each way Time: three hour return Difficulty: this walk incorporates steep inclines and descents; moderate fitness is recommended. How to get there: Kosciuszko National Park is near Jindabyne, a five-hour drive south of Sydney. The walk begins at Charlotte's Pass.

Perisher Range Ski Resort, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: A Lloyd/ Perisher


Perisher Road, Perisher Valley, New South Wales, 2155

The thrill of carving fresh tracks down a snow-capped mountain is an exhilarating experience you've got to try at least twice. So when it's time to hit the slopes, gather family or friends and head to Perisher, nestled in the beautiful southern alps in Kosciuszko National Park. With four massive skiing areas, it's the biggest and most popular skiing ... Visit website for more info

Thredbo Bobsled

Thredbo Bobsled

Friday Drive, Thredbo, New South Wales, 2625
9126335 Phone Number: 61 02 6459 4294

The Thredbo Bobsled is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. With 700 metres of luge style track, the bobsled twists and turns its way down the mountain whilst you control the speed with the brake on your cart. The Thredbo Bobsled is great fun for little and big kids alike.

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