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Wilgro Orchards

Wilgro Orchards

4066 Batlow Road, Batlow, New South Wales, 2730
Email: wilgro@wilgrorchards.com.au
Website: www.wilgroorchards.com.au
9063385 Fax Number: 61 02 6949 1015

Wilgro Orchards is conveniently situated on the main Tumut to Batlow Road just four kilometres north of Batlow. There is a wide range of both new and old varieties of apples that have been tree ripened to taste the way an apple should taste. Cherries are also grown at the orchard and have built a fine reputation for large, sweet, tree ripened fruit. Our roadside stall sells our fruit direct from the orchard to you during the picking season. At Wilgro Orchards the fruit is grown as naturally as possible with very low chemical and fertiliser usage. At times when there is only limited passing trade or the orchard is particularly busy we have to depend on the "honesty system" and the stall is not always manned all day. We can usually have someone in attendance if we are notified in advance.

Kosciuszko Chairlift

Kosciuszko Express Chairlift

Friday Drive, Thredbo, New South Wales, 2625
Email: info@thredbo.com.au
Website: www.thredbo.com.au
9126166 Phone Number: 61 02 6419 4200
Fax Number: 61 02 6459 4101

The Kosciuszko Express Chairlift is the best way to enjoy the spectacular views of Thredbo. The scenic chairlift is open 365 days a year. The Kosciuszko Express Chairlift is nearly two kilometres long and rises 560 vertical metres. The ride takes 15 minutes one way and offers spectacular valley views as you are lifted to the closest access point to Mount Kosciuszko.

Grapes on vine

Glenburnie Vineyard

Black Range Road, Tumbarumba, New South Wales, 2653
Email: mrrparkes@bigpond.com
9209201 Phone Number: 61 02 6948 2570

Glenburnie Vineyard is located four kilometres from the town of Tumbarumba, and produces the well known, cool climate Black Range wines. The cellar door is open seven days between 10 am and 6pm, or by appointment, for wine tasting and sales. Bus groups are welcome. In the vineyard is the original property homestead, which has been renovated to provide bed and breakfast accommodation.

Lambie Town Walk

Lambie Town Walk

Centennial Park, Sharp Street, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Email: info@visitcooma.com.au
Website: www.visitcooma.com.au
9058916 Phone Number: 61 02 6455 1742
Fax Number: 61 02 6455 1798

Discover Cooma's rich history as you take this self-guided tour around some of Cooma's historic landmarks. You can walk, drive or bike and maps available from Cooma Visitor Information Centre. This five kilometre walk passes through residential and natural areas of scenic and historic interest and was designed and constructed by the Goulburn Lands Office in 1985 and named for Commissioner of Lands, John Lambie. The walk includes three Heritage Areas recognised by the National Trust: The Court House precinct, built in the 1860s, Lambie Street, the first commercial centre of Cooma and Church Hill, with examples of nineteenth and twentieth century religious and educational buildings. Also included in the walk are Centennial Park, Cenotaph, Cooma Gaol and the Southern Cloud Memorial Park.

Main residence

Tumut Valley Violets

572 Tumut Plains Road , Tumut, New South Wales, 2720
Email: leonie@itscentre.com.au
Website: www.valleyviolets.com.au
9193328 Phone Number: 61 02 6947 2432
Fax Number: 61 02 6947 2410

Tumut Valley Violets is a small business with a difference, it started off as a hobby in the early 1980's by Anna Culter and has developed into a thriving small tourist attraction in the Tumut Valley region. Set in the grounds of the old Tumut Plains school house (established circa 1878), amid cottage gardens and two acres of trees, just seven kilometres from Tumut town centre, it has become a major tourist attraction for the area. It is the largest collection of African Violet in Australia and enthusiasts come from all to see them. The Garden cafe is open Wednesday to Sunday and renowned for its scrumptious home-made Devonshire Teas or great coffee. Soft drink is available for the young ones. Coaches and groups are most welcome.

Khancoban Pondage

Khancoban Pondage

Khancoban, Khancoban, New South Wales, 2642
Email: mail@visittumbashire.com.au
Website: www.visittumbashire.com.au
9059879 Phone Number: 61 02 6948 3333
Fax Number: 61 02 6948 3335

Khancoban Pondage is a 3km long lake that forms part of the Snowy Mountains Hydro Scheme and around it's foreshores lay the town of Khancoban, a town built specifically to house the workers of the Snowy Mountains Scheme, which commenced in 1949. Unlike the higher altitude lakes and impoundments of the Scheme, Khancoban, at only 298m altitude, is more dairy country than high country. However, with the awesome backdrop of Australia's highest snow covered mountains, the scenery is stunningly beautiful. In Spring and Autumn, with wildflowers and falling leaves of all colours, it is a photographers paradise! The Lake holds brown and rainbow trout, atlantic salmon and even redfin. Huge brown trout are often landed. A 13lb monster was caught in April 2009! The lake is accessible to all forms of fishing and boats are well catered for with an easy access cemented boat ramp.


Charlotte Pass Snow Resort

Charlotte Pass, Charlotte Pass, New South Wales, 2630
Email: ski@charlottepass.com.au
Website: www.charlottepass.com.au
9206731 Phone Number: 61 02 6457 1555
Fax Number: 61 02 6457 1222

Get away from the busy competitiveness of the mountains and enjoy the snow and outstanding accommodation at Charlotte Pass Snow Resort. With friendly and personalised guest service, no lift lines, no cars, uncrowded slopes, and unobstructed views of the snow gum-covered mountain peaks of Mount Kosziuszko, you'll know why you've decided to stay. After an action-packed day of skiing, snowboarding, and snow shoeing, rest your head in style at Kosciuszko Chalet Hotel, the resort's premier ski-in ski-out hotel. All rooms offer spectacular valley or mountain views, and when it comes time to unwind, there are two bars, a bistro café, and a fine dining restaurant.

Top Station Township

Selwyn Snowfields

Selwyn Snowfields, Kings Cross Rd, Cabramurra, New South Wales, 2629
Email: info@selwynsnow.com.au
Website: selwynsnow.com.au
9207626 Phone Number: 61 18 0064 1064
Fax Number: 61 02 6454 9482

Selwyn Snowfields is a family owned and operated ski resort located in the beautiful Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. Selwyn takes pride in teaching Australians how to ski and enjoy the snow. It's gently progressing slopes and professional snow sports school provide the perfect first time experience for everyone. Being a family operated resort, Selwyn remains as dedicated as ever to Aussie families by making everything an easy process. From booking your holiday to experiencing it, Selwyn ensures affordability and friendliness throughout all aspects. Tobogganing and Snow Tubing are just a couple of the other activities to do around Selwyn and provides an option for those who are not interested in skiing or snowboarding. Selwyn has 10 lifts, an expansive snowmaking system covering 80% of the skiable terrain and a Mini Terrain Park for everyone to learn how to get their jib on.

Hume and Hovell Walking Track - Henry Angel Trackhead

Hume and Hovell Walking Track - Henry Angel Trackhead

Henry Angel Trackhead, Tumbarumba, New South Wales, 2653
Email: mail@tumbashire.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.visittumbashire.com.au
9059786 Phone Number: 61 02 6948 3333
Fax Number: 61 02 6948 3335

The Henry Angel Trackhead is a popular camping area with good facilities including electric and gas barbecues. It is located around nine kilometres from the town of Tumbarumba on the Tooma Road. The picnic and camping area is a base for short and longer walks along the Hume and Hovell Walking Track, especially walking up and downstream exploring Burra Creek and its significant mining history. Not suitable for mountain bikes, and dogs not permitted on the track which crosses private land. Information boards are located at the trackhead. Walkers should be adequately clothed with sturdy walking boots. Maps and more information are available from the Tumbarumba Visitor Information Centre.

Centennial Park at Cooma

Centennial Park at Cooma

Sharp Street, Corner of Bombala Street, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Email: info@visitcooma.com.au
Website: www.visitcooma.com.au
9058627 Phone Number: 61 02 6455 1742
Fax Number: 61 02 6455 1798

The lush green Centennial Park is in the centre of town and was originally designated a market square in 1849 by the white settlers of the town. The Park's music shell was built in 1959 and provided a sheltered entertainment area. Also in the park is the Avenue of Flags, representing the 27 nations from which workers on the Snowy Mountains Scheme came. Centennial Park is also home to the Cooma-Monaro Time Walk, a series of mosaics depicting the history of the Monaro. The mosaics were created by local artist Chris Graham and students at the local TAFE College in 1988 (Australia's Bicentennial Year).