Perisher Blue Ski Resort was formed in March 1995 as a result of the merger of Perisher-Smiggins..Thredbo Information
You will find Thredbo in the beautiful Kosciuszko National Park with the Thredbo River meandering..Charlottes Pass Information
Charlotte Pass Village is located in the heart of the Snowy Mountains, eight kilometres past..Blue Cow Information
Blue Cow Mountain is a ski resort incorporated in Perisher Blue. A day resort only with ski hire..Crackenback Information
The Crackenback Range is located within Kosciuszko National Park and the outskirts of the Thredbo..Cooma Information
Cooma is the major town of the Snowy Mountains region and one of the state’s many “gold rush”..Mount Selwyn Information
Mount Selwyn is a ski resort specialising in families and low cost skiing. Located in the Northern..Smiggin Holes Information
Smiggin Holes is apparently Scottish in origin, and it is here that one of Australia's best..Mount Blue Cow Information
Blue Cow Mountain is a ski resort incorporated in Perisher Blue. A day resort only with ski hire..Jindabyne Information
The original town of Jindabyne actually lies at the bottom of Lake Jindabyne, created when the..Adaminaby Information
Adaminaby was first settled as the township of Seymour in the 1860's. Initially the population of..Tumbarumba Information
Situated in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, this area is now establishing itself as a superb..See all locations in Snowy Mountains
Kosciuszko National Park with 690,000 hectares is an area of outstanding beauty with glacial lakes, limestone caves, grasslands and woodlands. In winter it hosts some of Australia's best skiing conditions, in spring and summer, the mountains are ablaze with wildflowers and criss-crossed by walking tracks, many above the tree line providing spectacular views over the roof top of Australia.
Mount Kosciuszko is the highest point in Australia at 2228 metres. Count Paul Strzelecki, who climbed it from the western side on the 15th February 1840, named it after a Polish general who fought for the colonists in the War of Independence and led an unsuccessful revolt against the partitioning of Poland in 1794.
The old Kosciuszko Road beyond Charlotte Pass is closed to all vehicular traffic, but when weather conditions permit you can use it to get to the summit of Mount Kosciuszko on foot, a distance of about 9 kilometres. A shorter and easier walk of about 6 kilometres leaves from the top of the Crackenback Chairlift at Thredbo Village. It's a surprisingly easy stroll over gentle slopes along a raised metal walking track and is absolutely marvellous. If a walk of 12 kilometres return is a little daunting, a walk to the Kosciuszko Lookout, a trip of about 4 kilometres return, affords excellent views of the mountain and the top of the range.
Australia's oldest city is the economic powerhouse of the nation, filled with world-renowned icons..Blue Mountains Information
It’s is one of the world’s great heritage listed wilderness areas, yet it’s surprisingly..Bondi Beach Information
Bondi, home of Australia's oldest Life Saving Club, is popular with the locals who participate in a..North Coast NSW Information
North Coast NSW is a beautiful region which stretches from just north of Sydney and the stunning..South Coast NSW Information
A few hours south from Sydney, you'll find a charming strip of unspoilt coastline offering pristine..Sydney Harbour Information
An essential Sydney experience.. Incorporating the harbour's islands and much of the Foreshore..Sydney Opera House Information
Take home more than just a photo; venture beneath the sails of Sydney Opera House for an..Byron Bay Information
Byron Bay is a popular beach resort and offers an alternative lifestyle. Renowned for its pristine..See all locations in New South Wales