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Australia's high country is home to spectacular peaks, clear mountain streams and a plethora of accessible natural attractions for lovers of the oudoors. Although the region is best known..
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..
You will find Thredbo in the beautiful Kosciuszko National Park with the Thredbo River meandering through its heart. Thredbo is a compact village with all the city services but in magic..
The Crackenback Range is located within Kosciuszko National Park and the outskirts of the Thredbo River Valley between Jindabyne and Thredbo.
Sitting at the base of the range is the alpine..
Cooma is the major town of the Snowy Mountains region and one of the state’s many “gold rush” towns. A hundred years after the Cooma township was settled by Europeans in 1849, it..
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..
Mount Selwyn is a ski resort specialising in families and low cost skiing. Located in the Northern section of Kosciuszko National Park, the Selwyn Snowfields is a perfect example of family..
Smiggin Holes is apparently Scottish in origin, and it is here that one of Australia's best beginner's ski run exists.
This popular ski resort includes the Smiggins Ski Centre..
Blue Cow Mountain is a ski resort incorporated in Perisher Blue. A day resort only with ski hire, ski school, restaurant and bistro facilities.
Blue Cow has been operating as a ski..
The original town of Jindabyne actually lies at the bottom of Lake Jindabyne, created when the valley was flooded and dammed, as part of the Snowy Mountains Scheme in the 1960s.
Adaminaby was first settled as the township of Seymour in the 1860's. Initially the population of the area was sparse. John Cosgrove and Charles and Henry York were the first settlers and..
At 2228 metres, Mount Kosciuszko is the highest mountain on mainland Australia. It may not be the highest mountain in the world but it is one of the oldest. The Aboriginals called the..
The tiny settlement of Berridale calls itself 'Crossroads of the Snowy' because, when miners were making their way to the goldfields at Adaminaby and Kiandra from the port at..
Situated midway between the mountains and the South Coast, Bombala was settled in the1840s largely because of its rich grazing pastures. The area is famous for its stream trout fishing...
Bredbo is a quaint rural village located in the Monaro the heart of Merino Country. Bredbo has retained its old world charm and the true nature of Australian rural life. The village began..
The village of Cathcart was originally named Taylors Flat when James Taylor moved his stock into the area and squatted on the land. In 1857 the area was
surveyed and renamed Cathcart after..
The historic village of Dalgety is the only town left on the Snowy River in New South Wales. The Dalgety Bridge built in 1888, is a grand structure that was, in its day, an engineering..
Nestled amidst spectacular scenery and wildlife, this peaceful is the service centre for people living in the far North East Gippsland area. The town boasts a fascinating historical retreat..
This is a very pleasant campground and picnic area, 32km from Khancoban along the Alpine Way.
You can see the historic Geehi Hut, one of the huts used by the mountain cattlemen - did The..
On the face of it, Jerangle is just another of those blink and you'll miss it villages. Blinking or no blinking though, a trip out to Jerangle is well worth the effort, if only because..
Khancoban is one of those well kept secrets which only people who have actually visited or holidayed in this charming, small township know about.
The secret to its unassuming success is..
The locality of Kiandra is now a ghost town with the old Court House, ruins and enough memories to bring the valley alive. In its heyday it was a true gold rush town which rose and fell in..
Lake Eucumbene is located around 40 kilometres from Cooma at its closest point. It sits at an elevation of 1200 metres above sea level making it a pristine alpine lake.
The closest town..
Nimmitabel, first settled in the 1850's is a small rural township of 300 people on the Great Dividing Range. It is located on the Snowy Mountain Highway, 447 kilometres south west of..
Numeralla which was proclaimed as a village in 1885 although settled in the 1860's. Numeralla and surrounding rural areas have a population of 350 and boast a Folk Festival which is..
During the Winter season, Spencers Creek is a popular destination, especially for cross country skiers. The area is known as being a bit of a challenge due to North Westerly winds which..
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