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Highlights of Snowy Mountains

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

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Kosciuszko National Park Information

Kosciuszko National Park with 690,000 hectares is an area of outstanding beauty with glacial lakes..

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..

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Perisher Valley Information

Perisher Blue Ski Resort was formed in March 1995 as a result of the merger of Perisher-Smiggins Ski Resort and Blue Cow-Guthega Ski Resort, creating the biggest ski resort in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere, which also included the Skitube Alpine Railway at Bullocks Flat and the Station Resort at Jindabyne.

Since 1995, the resort has hosted over 6.9 million skier days, carried over 2.5 million train passengers on the Skitube and invested around 50 million dollars into resort improvements.

An awesome 1250 hectares incorporate seven mountain peaks across four great


resorts that are interlinked by an amazing network of 51 lifts.

The resorts' world-renowned ski and snowboard school is the largest in the

southern hemisphere.

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Sydney Information

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Blue Mountains Information

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Bondi Beach Information

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North Coast NSW Information

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South Coast NSW Information

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Sydney Harbour Information

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Sydney Opera House Information

Take home more than just a photo; venture beneath the sails of Sydney Opera House for an..

Byron Bay Information

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