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Contact details The Snowy Region Visitor Centre provides local information, day and annual passes, books, maps, souvenirs, giftware and clothing. Facilities include a cafe, the National Parks shop and a cinema. Extensive displays and touchscreens provide information on the area. Wheelchair access is provided. Phone: (02) 6450 5600 Fax: (02) 6456 1249 Email: srvc@environment.nsw.gov.au Street address: Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne Opening hours: 8:30am-5:00pm, daily (closed Christmas Day)

Kosciusko National Park

By Bronte Froome


Accommodation Information you will need Vehicle entry fees In this park, vehicle entry fees are as follows: Start of the June long weekend to the end of the October long weekend: $27 per vehicle per day. Motorcycles: $11 per day. Bus passengers: $11.45 adult, $3.60 child. Find out more about the increase in vehicle entry fees for winter visitors. Throughout the rest of the year: $16 per vehicle per day. Motorcycles: $6 per day. Bus passengers: $6.60 adult, $2.20 child. Day passes and multi-day passes can be purchased from local visitor centres, local agents and operating vehicle entry stations. You can buy an annual All Parks Pass from any of these locations as well as over the phone or online. Annual pass: Save time and money—buy an all parks pass before you visit the park. Short breaks pass: Available from the end of the October long weekend to the start of the June long weekend. $64 for five days access to Kosciuszko National Park for the price of four. (Cannot be upgraded to an annual All Parks Pass or upgraded from a day pass or multi-day pass.)

Facilities and activities

The NPWS provides accommodation in the park such as Caves House where you can enjoy the comfortable isolation of the picturesque valley.

You'll find privately-run accommodation around the park. The complex of buildings, including homestead, cottages, sheds and out buildings, is one of the most intact examples of a high country station in Kosciuszko National Park. The main homestead was built around 1895 and is the centre of Curran go Station and the residence of the caretakers. The Homestead, 'Pines' and 'Daffodil Cottage' are part of an intact complex of buildings representing station life during the late 1800s and early1900s. These three buildings offer rustic accommodation and an experience of life in the high country over 100 years ago

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