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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.

Mount Stillwell Walk, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: OEH

Mount Stillwell walk

Summit Road, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales, 2642
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/kosciuszko-national-park/mount-stillwell-walk/walking

2km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Medium difficulty Wander through ancient snow gum forests along mountain ridges on Mount Stillwell walk. This medium difficulty hike in Kosciuszko National Park takes in breathtaking, unbroken views of Main Range, including Mount Kosciuszko and Mount Twynam. There are two lovely scenic lookouts here, the first of which can be reached either via a short 4km return walk or via a ... Visit website for more info

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).

Snow covered landscape of Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Shannon Pawsey; Perisher

Rock Creek snowshoe track

Porcupine Track, Perisher Valley, New South Wales, 2624
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/kosciuszko-national-park/rock-creek-snowshoe-track/snowshoe

3km (return) - 0 hour (each way) Strap on some snowshoes and enjoy the freedom of going places you just can't go with skis on the Rock Creek snowshoe track. Don't worry if you've never snowshoed before, this gentle track is excellent for beginners; follow the yellow markers and informative signs as you tread the carpet of snow. Beginning in Perisher Village, the track follows Rock ... Visit website for more info

Tony hooks up with a nice Trout. Fly Fishing in the Snowy Mountains.

Fly Fishing Tumut

29A Richmond Street , Tumut, New South Wales, 2720
Email: booking@tumutaccommodationcentre.com.au
Website: www.tumutaccommodationcentre.com.au/trout_flyfishing.htm
9198682 Phone Number: 61 02 6947 5790

Tumut Fly Fishing offers Fly Fishing lessons and guiding for all levels with a guide of 21 years experience, available all year. If you've ever been amazed and interested in how this magical relaxing style of fishing is done but are scared or uncertain whether to try your hand, then this is your opportunity. The relaxing art of Fly Fishing has an aristocratic history and once upon a time only available to Royalty, for they owned all mountain streams. But these days it's available to everyone who wish to experience the beauty of the Fly Fishing. In just one Fly Fishing lesson Tony will help you make the ultimate start, or help you fine tune what you know. Once you learn how to Fly Cast you can Fly Fish Sydney Harbour, Snowy Mountains Trout or Barramundi in the top end of Australia. Gift Certificates available.

Pioneer Womens Hut

Pioneer Womens Hut Museum

Glenroy Heritage Reserve, Wagga Road, Tumbarumba, New South Wales, 2653
Email: mail@visittumbashire.com.au
Website: www.pioneerwomenshut.com
9063425 Phone Number: 61 02 6948 3333
Fax Number: 61 02 6948 3335

The Pioneer Women's Hut at Glenroy Heritage Reserve is one of the best and most unusual small museums in Australia. Cleverly themed, it reflects the ingenuity of women in finding solutions to the challenges of looking after a family in early rural Australia. The accessibility and provenance of the diverse collection adds to its reputation. The Heritage Quilt Room exhibition is now open and displays "The Gift of Thrift" exhibition. Entry to this exibition is $5 per person. Glenroy Cottage Crafts is a little shop nearby offering a wide range of useful and attractive goods. Other heritage displays include a machinery shed full of farm implements used by the hard working pioneers of the Tumbarumba district.

Ray Killen Gallery

Ray Killen Gallery

72 Jindabyne Road, Berridale, New South Wales, 2628
Email: rkillen@snowy.net.au
Website: www.raykillengallery.com
9074587 Phone Number: 61 02 6456 3895
Fax Number: 61 02 6456 3895

Situated midway between Cooma and Jindabyne in the beautiful hamlet of Berridale, the Ray Killen Gallery offers you a wide selection of quality landscape photographs from around Australia. Each premium enlargement is taken from the original transparency. All enlargements are framed using archival materials. The wood used in the frames is taken from plantation forests or recycled timber. Call in and see the gallery when you are next in the Snowy Mountains. Take the opportunity to relax in the comfort of the gallery where both Ray and John will be happy to assist with any enquiries.

Tadeusz Kosciuszko Monument

Tadeusz Kosciuszko Monument

Information Turnout, Monaro Highway, Cooma, New South Wales, 2630
Email: info@visitcooma.com.au
Website: www.visitcooma.com.au
9057526 Phone Number: 61 02 6450 1742
Fax Number: 61 02 6450 1798

The Tadeusz Kosciuszko Monument is located at the northern entrance to Cooma and was a bicentennial gift from the Federal Council of Polish Associations in Australia to the town. The monument commemorates the discovery of Mount Kosciuszko, and the contribution of Polish settlers to the Snowy Mountains Scheme. There is an information turnout, coach and car parking available.

Tuross Falls Walking Track, Wadbilliga National Park. Photo: Lucas Boyd Photography/NSW Government

Tuross River walking track

Tuross River Road, Countegany, New South Wales, 2630
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/wadbilliga-national-park/turross-river-walking-track/walking

2km (one way) - 2 hour - Medium difficulty If you've got a half-day to while away in Wadbilliga National Park, making the journey along the Tuross River walking track is highly recommended. This medium-difficulty, 4km return bushwalking track will reward your efforts with amazing views and wildlife. At the viewing platform at the end of the walk, you can enjoy incredible panoramic views out over the park ... Visit website for more info