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A growing number of holidaymakers, adventurers and tourers have discovered that the Snowy Mountains offers much more than expected, all year round. Although mostly recognised for its winter sports and alpine resorts, “the Snowies”, as it’s affectionately known, is fast becoming a playground for those interested in something uniquely different.

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Join us as we share experiences of those who have already been pleasantly surprised by what the Snowies has to offer. pages mountains of memories 4 The Robinsons share some of their family experiences while at the Snowies

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Keen mountain bikers, John and Lisa discover mountains of adventure

Judy and Mick offer their highlights of driving along the mountain way

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Locals recommend places to eat, drink and enjoy produce from around the region

On behalf of all of us at the Snowies, come and enjoy a mountain experience you’ll never forget! Jo Larkin Tourism Snowy Mountains

This edition is a Tourism Snowy Mountains initiative – Publication produced by Melick Agency –

Saturday 12th Country Rodeo – Cooma Kosciuszko Run and Polish Festival – Charlotte Pass

Saturday 19th – Sunday 20th Lake Jindabyne Flowing Festival Saturday 26th – Sunday 27th Tumbafest (Food & Wine) – Tumbarumba Monday 27th February – Friday 4th March Mountains to the Beach – Thredbo to Narooma (5 day mountain bike tour/race)

MARCH Saturday 5th Tumut Show Sunday 6th Dalgety Show Saturday 12th Cooma Show Friday 18th – Sunday 20th Australian Interschools Mountain Bike Championships – Thredbo Saturday 19th Tumbarumba Show Friday 25th Outdoor Cinema – Jindabyne

APRIL Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd 24th Annual Thredbo Jazz Party Thursday 21st – Monday 25th Sculptures by the Lake – Jindabyne Friday 22nd – Monday 25th Easter Kids Holiday Activities – Thredbo Friday 29th – Sunday 1st May Festival of the Falling Leaf – Tumut

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The most memorable holidays are usually the ones that surprise. We had so many great family adventures in the Snowies, and are proud to share our experiences with you…enjoy!

The Robinson Family

It all started when talking to some friends about the need to get away from it all and we wanted to do something different with the kids for our next holiday. They suggested visiting the Snowy Mountains and from that point there was no turning back. The one thing that stands out in all our memories is just how surprised we were at the variety of things to do; not to mention the uncrowded lakes and rivers that despite all expectations were warm to swim in. On the list of our favourite moments would have to be standing on top of Mt Kosciuszko. The view along the way and from the peak is truly spectacular and it wasn’t all that hard to get to. From the top of the Thredbo chairlift it’s an easy 6km walk that the whole family could do. We purchased a Thredbo all day activity pass that included rides on the chairlift and bobsled. At the end of the day we cooled off in the pool at the leisure centre and the kids tackled ‘Mission Inflatable’. Bike rides on the village trails in and around Thredbo are a must but for something a little less strenuous you can’t go past a ride around Lake Jindabyne’s foreshore pathway.

Things to see and do Boggy Creek Show, Tumbarumba Cooma Correctional Centre Museum, Cooma Cooma Monaro Railway, Cooma Gaden Trout Hatchery, Jindabyne Lake Crackenback Day Activity Pass, Crackenback NPWS Discovery Tours, Tumut


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Raglan Gallery, Cooma

Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre, Cooma

Thredbo Bobsled, Thredbo

Thredbo Chairlift, Thredbo

Thredbo Leisure Centre, Thredbo

Yarrangobilly Caves, Yarrangobilly


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Our must do’s in the Snowies Take a Discovery Tour with a real Kosciuszko National Park Ranger. They know so much about the park and with their experience in the bush environment you couldn’t be in better hands.

The kids get to make traditional Aboriginal style jewellery and you can try real bush tucker. We discovered you can purchase a day activity pass for Lake Crackenback Resort that includes activities like canoeing, paddle boating, archery, golf, trampolining and access to the mountain bike and walking trails. We highly recommend the ‘Spotlight Dusk Tour’, which is a guided walk around the bush at dusk seeking out native animals like possums, wombats and kangaroos. Learn everything there is to know about trout on the banks of the Thredbo River at the Gaden Trout Hatchery. We all went fishing for trout, and the kids had just as much fun feeding them.

Drive out to Yarrangobilly Caves which is about half way between Adaminaby, home of the world’s largest trout, and Tumut. Do a self guided tour of the Glory Arch Cave and then go on a guided tour of Jillabenan Cave which is like walking into a huge sparkling jewel box. If you get the opportunity, pack a picnic and take a dip in the thermal pools. Also see the Boggy Creek Show in Tumbarumba, for a taste of the real Man from Snowy River.

We were really surprised with the many things to do with the kids. Watersports are one of the best kept secrets and we’ll be bringing the boat with us next time.

While in Cooma enjoy the countryside on a round trip to Bunyan aboard an early 1900’s train from the Cooma Historic Railway. Then go on to visit the Cooma NSW Correctional Centre Museum where the kids learn about the history of prisons, from convict days to now, in a real working jail. Stop and learn about the Snowy Mountains Scheme at the Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre. Lot’s to see and do there for everyone. On our next trip we’re definitely going to include a visit to the Murray One Power Station and Visitors Centre at Khancoban.


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The Snowies is our place for adventure. We visited the Snowy Mountains in summer for the first time over four years ago and have been going back ever since. The mountain biking is what got us hooked but that’s not all you can do. Here’s a bit of what we get up to… John and Lisa

Things to see and do Hot Air Ballooning & Sky Diving, Jindabyne Kosciuszko Alpine Guided Walks, Crackenback Kosciuszko Sunset Walks, Thredbo Lambie Town Walk, Cooma Match the Hatch Fly Fishing, Jindabyne


Refer to Snowy Mountains Directory page 14 0413 642 061

Snowy River Horseback Adventures, Jindabyne South East Mountain Biking Co, Thredbo

Steve Williamson’s Trout Fishing Adventures, Jindabyne

1800 636 525

Stone Bridge Tours, Numbla Vale

Thredbo Guided Walks, Thredbo

If you ski or board during winter you’ll be surprised how stunning the mountains are during the summer months without the snow; full of colourful wildflowers and so many things to do.

Our favourite time is autumn, with warm days and cool nights it’s the best weather for riding, hiking, fishing and water sports. Being keen mountain bikers we never miss an opportunity to ride the many trails that extend across the entire Snowy Mountains. Lake Crackenback Resort alone has over 20kms of trails and there are about 20 different rides to choose from in the Kosciuszko National Park plus others exist in the Bago State Forest. Our last trip we did the Long Plain ride, it passes those historical huts and homesteads you see and hear about. For downhill mountain bikers, Thredbo is the only place in NSW where you can catch a chairlift to the top and ride back down. They have other more gentle trails but conquering the downhill track is a favourite. Since becoming Snowies regulars, the idea of camping overnight near Mt Kosciuszko was something we always wanted to do. We’ve dreamed of camping out under the stars and last year booked a Kosciuszko Alpine Guided Walk. Just picture walking all day across the Main Range, arriving at your campsite on sunset and being greeted with dinner and your tent already set up for a well earned nights rest.


The wide range of water sports on offer is another big surprise to most. White water rafting on the rivers is a favourite for the adventure seekers but there’s also canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, wakeboarding, water skiing and power boating on the many inland lakes. There is a huge variety of places to get wet. Whether you are a nervous beginner or seasoned in the saddle there’s no better place to experience horse riding than in the heart of Man from Snowy River country. You can ride along trails, across creek beds, river crossings and even climb up and down ravines just like in the movie. Next year I’ll be getting the girls together for a fully catered 2-3 day horse trek run by Snowy River Horseback Adventures.

If you’re after something a little more relaxing then a fly-fishing lesson could be more your pace. The Snowy Mountains is renowned for having the most pristine waters in Australia especially for fishing brown, rainbow and brook trout. John took a lesson the first time we came here and makes an effort to improve his skills on each trip.

The Snowies has a variety of hikes and walks suited to all abilities. The most popular is the walk out to Mt Kosciuszko. Thredbo do up to four guided treks a week including a special sunset walk to Mt Kosciuszko. There are a variety of longer treks out and around the glacial lakes, the only place in Australia you will find them, and a favourite for climbers are the towering granite tors.


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We take a few road trips each year, often via Tourist Drives recommended by friends we meet along the way. It is our pleasure to recommend a couple of little gems we discovered in the Snowies. Judy and Mick


The Kosciuszko Alpine Way drive begins as you leave Canberra when the Brindabella Ranges come into view. Stop at The Lott Food Store in Cooma; a 100 year old woolshed that serves great local food. Stroll along the mosaic time walk before browsing local art and craft at the Raglan Gallery. The view to Lake Jindabyne is truly spectacular as you drive in. The road follows the lake until you cross the Snowy River on the dam wall before arriving into Jindabyne. From Jindabyne, as you head up the Alpine Way, the approach to Thredbo gives you the first feeling of the high country. Along the way be sure to taste Wildbrumby Schnapps and stay in a boutique B&B or a 4.5 Star Resort in the Crackenback Valley. On the other side of Thredbo you cross the Great Dividing Range at Dead Horse Gap – watching out for brumbies – and from here you descend through the Kosciuszko National Park into picturesque Khancoban.

Visit the Murray 1 Power Station and Visitor Centre for an interactive display on the Snowy Hydro Scheme. Stop at panoramic Scammell Spur Lookout which has the most vertical view of Australia.

Catch a trout on Lake Jindabyne, it’s the same size as Sydney Harbour.

Geehi – explore the hut built from stones handpicked from Swampy Plains River.

Tom Groggin Picnic Area – see the many kangaroos.


Stop at Thredbo; an ambient European style alpine village. Head up the chairlift to Eagles Nest, Australia’s highest restaurant, for its amazing views!

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Heading south on the Hume Highway , you enter the scenic Snowy Valleys Way drive at Gundagai – home of the famous Dog on the Tucker Box! Stop at Tumut River to stretch your legs, try to spot a satin bower bird on the wetl ands. The most charming part of the driv e is the stunning views of rolling green coun try against the Snowy Mountains betw een Tumut and Tumbarumba. The land scape is dotted with orchards, vineyards and roadside stalls selling figs, apples and whateve r else is in season. Along the way, stop at the Pioneer Women’s Hut displaying some of Australia’s pion eering history. Sampling of the region’s fine wines is a must as is seeing a Boggy Creek Show in Tumbarumba – an entertaining 2 hour experience of horsemanship and mou ntain life by a 4th generation cattleman.

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Wander through the historic gold mine ruins at Adelong Falls; visit the Adelong Alive museum.

Snowy Mountains Highway This drive takes you through the Northern end of Kosciuszko National Park connecting Tumut to Cooma; the route gives access to Blowering and Talbingo Dams, Yarrangobilly Caves, Kiandra Goldfields, Lake Eucumbene near Adaminaby, Blue Waterholes, Coolamine and Currango Homesteads. A range of 4WD trails are also a feature of this area.

Stop for fresh Batlow apples from farm gates along this stretch of the road.

Stop at the Sugar Pines walk, located at Laurel Hill. Take a stroll among the magnificent trees.

Kosciuszko Road This alpine road weaves its way up to Charlotte Pass, Australia’s highest ski resort, through the Perisher Valley. Turn off to Guthega for lunch and breathtaking mountain views at the Guthega Alpine Inn. From Charlotte Pass enjoy expansive views across the Main Range to Mt Kosciuszko where a return walk is a full day’s trek.

Paddy’s River Falls.

Southern Cloud Lookout – with amazing mountain views, learn about a significant aviation disaster in Australia’s history.

Murray 1 Visitors Centre, Khancoban Alpine Way, 10kms east of Khancoban Come and experience the Scheme first hand at our Murray 1 Power Station and Visitors Centre! Open 7 days: October - April, 9:00am - 4:00pm Monday to Friday, 10:00am - 4:00pm Saturday and Sunday and Public Holidays. Open 5 days: May to September, 9am - 4pm Monday to Friday. Closed: Christmas Day, Anzac Day and winter weekends.

Power Station Inspections 11am and 2pm Toll Free 1800 623 776 9

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“With fresh mountain air and clear mountain water the Snowy Mountains region provides a pure environment to produce beautiful local food and wine.” Matt Dowdney Owner The Lott Food Group Cooma Whether you’re seeking a casual bite, a gourmet dining experience or roaming the countryside looking for different tastes the Snowies offers something for everyone.

For a real Snowies culinary experience book an overnight stay at Snowy Wilderness and try the traditional bush camp oven under the stars.

Country pub’s are all kid friendly and some have dedicated play areas. Another family favourite is Sundance Bakehouse in Jindabyne and the Crackenback Cottage Restaurant that has the largest outdoor wooden maze in the southern hemisphere.

Real foodies shouldn’t miss ‘Tumbafest’ where you can join the Tumbarumba locals celebrating the outstanding food, wine, arts, crafts and music of the region.

For something different try a Persian mezze plate at Cafe Darya in Jindabyne or Nest Cafe in Tumbarumba who use select local produce, you can also have dinner served in a recliner in their cosy 24-seat cinema. Dine in style with spectacular views at either Cuisine on Lake Crackenback, The Denman in Thredbo or tapas at Journey Food and Wine in Jindabyne.

Local eating is just that in the Snowies, you’ll be surprised at the range of locally produced products you’ll sample along the way. The Tumut Region boasts a wide range of produce including delicious figs, luscious stone fruits and the famous Batlow royal gala and pink lady apples. Whether dining out or shopping for ingredients, you must try Snowy Mountains Trout. Smoked locally in Tumut you will find it readily available on local menus and can be bought in local butchers and supermarkets. Another trophy on the regions menu is Hobbit Farm Goats Cheese. Their recipe originated from a farm in western France and they produce fresh curd and goat cheese of different ages and tastes.


Gourmet Snowy Mountains Cookies are available in cafes throughout Australia and served on Qantas flights. Visit the factory in Jindabyne to see how they’re made and buy some imperfects! Enjoy the cookies with a Snowy Mountains Coffee, roasted in Cooma. Beloka Water is bottled at the source near Dalgety; this natural mineral water is available locally and in cafes and restaurants across Sydney and Canberra.

Beer lovers be sure to stop by the Kosciuszko Brewery at Banjo Paterson Inn in Jindabyne, where master brewer Chuck Hahn is producing an awesome ale that reflects the purity and spirit of the Australian Alps. Marrying his love of fine beers and skiing from his early years in Colorado, Chuck has developed Kosciuszko Pale Ale. All good beer has a story and this mountain ale is brewed in honour of the pioneering explorer, Edmund Strzelecki who first ascended Australia’s highest peak, Mt Kosciuszko and named the mountain in honour of the Polish freedom fighter Thaddeus Kosciuszko. Cheers.

Throughout the year thousands of visitors take the Wollondibby Road turn off along the Alpine Way to visit the Wildbrumby Distillery. Sculptures adorn the grounds leading to the home of Wild Brumby Schnapps and Kosciuszko Vodka 101. Made with the highest quality local fruit it is the only true schnapps distillery in Australia. Visit the distillery cafe for European inspired fare, tastings and cellar door sales. The distillery is the inspiration of artist and son of a fruit seller Brad and his wife Monika whose grandfather distilled schnapps in Austria long before she was born.

Also to be found in the Snowy Mountains is Australia’s coolest and most picturesque vineyards of the Tumbarumba Region. The alpine climate is perfect for the production of premium quality sparkling and top end table wines and the region is home to numerous award winning wineries.


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8 Jack Adams Pathway, Thredbo 02 6457 6376

High Country Motel 12 Chapman Street, Cooma

02 6452 1111

Kallarroo Homestead and Cottage Higgens Road, Nimmitabel

02 6454 6477

Best Western Motel Farrington 71-73 Capper Street, Tumut

02 6947 1088

snowy wilderness


7,200-acre wilderness resort in the heart of the Snowy Mountains. Luxury eco accommodation, fine dining, horse riding and all terrain tours.

Old Ingebirah Homestead is the home of Snowy River Horseback Adventure, and the ideal place for outdoor adventure. Ride the Snowy Mountains on our 2, 3 and 5 day treks or enjoy self contained farmstay accommodation.

Brumby and wild life sanctuary, the perfect high country getaway. 2911 The Barry Way, Ingebyra via Jindabyne 1800 218 171

3154 The Barry Way, via Jindabyne 02 6457 8393



Just 2 hours from Canberra, we offer year round activities for lovers of the great outdoors. The park features a range of accommodation styles to suit all budgets. Park features include BBQ’s, games room, spas and sauna, watercraft hire and boat ramp.

Situated on the foreshore of Lake Jindabyne and just across the road from the town’s retail centre, alfresco dining and the entertainment venues of high town country, the superb location of Jindabyne Holiday Park makes it the premier holiday destination in the Snowy Mountains.

6532 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne 1800 248 148

Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne 02 6456 2249


the station

Accommodation, Activity & Adventure Specialists.

Enjoy the ideal country location of The Station. Relax and unwind in our rural setting only 5kms from beautiful Lake Jindabyne and 20 minutes from Kosciuszko National Park.

Your one stop shop for affordable accommodation and a wide range of activities that will suit everyone. Why not stay in a self contained apartment in Thredbo & take a leisurely stroll to the top of Australia, maybe an action packed weekend in Jindabyne with your choice of watersports, quad biking, fishing or horse riding? Our packages in Thredbo start at just $179pp 3 share for a 3 day package including accommodation, chair lift & bobsled rides, golf, tennis court hire and pool entry. 1300 138 311 12


The Station is a perfect place for a summer or winter getaway, whether business or leisure. We have a large selection of accommodation and facilities sure to suit your needs from fully self contained cabins to motel rooms. We offer something for everyone from a weekend getaway to a week long conference for 1000 people. Ask about our excellent rates. 8228 Snowy River Way, Jindabyne 1300 369 909



Take a break? … Yes, you can!

A boutique mountain retreat perfectly positioned in the heart of Thredbo Village. With breathtaking mountain views and just moments from the chairlifts, the Denman boasts Thredbo’s award-winning Terrace Restaurant, a cocktail bar and Thredbo’s only full day spa.

The Nebula is Cooma’s boutique motel in the centre of town. Refurbished, with FREE wireless internet and LCD televisions. Close to everything! Just perfect for your Snowy experience. 42 Bombala Street, Cooma 02 6452 4133

Diggings Terrace, Thredbo Village 02 6457 6222

guthega alpine inn

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A traditional mountain inn with character and charm enjoying panoramic views of the Main Range. A secluded base within Kosciuszko National Park. Restaurant open to the public with menus featuring regional produce and wines. Contact reservations.

5 stars confirm that you will be staying in the lap of luxury. It is easy to see why Vogue rated these luxurious chalets as the place to stay in Thredbo.

Guthega Village, Kosciuszko National Park 02 6457 5383

Chalet 9, Crackenback Drive, Thredbo Village 02 6457 7030

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4 1/2 star, 1 and 2 bedroom, fully self-contained luxurious and spacious eco properties, which include eco fires and filtered rainwater with BBQ’s on each deck and parking for the car and boat.

Located in the centre of Thredbo Village boasting comfortable and cosy rooms, accommodation for singles to groups. Enjoy the outstanding cuisine at Cascades Restaurant or relax and take in the mountain views from the Bistro balcony.

11 Wollondibby Road, Crackenback 02 6457 2228

Friday Drive, Thredbo Village 1300 020 589


snowgoose apartments

Do you delight in variety, appreciate excellence and value service that’s unobtrusive yet attentive? Discover Andrea’s White House, where country comfort and hospitality meets contemporary style to create an unforgettable experience that will leave you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

New in 2009 beautifully appointed selfcontained apartments. NRMA 4 1/2 star rated all with spectacular mountain views. 30 second walk to the village. Quality appointments. On site parking/management provides top quality service for our guests.

Post Office Lane, Crackenback 02 6456 1690

25 Diggings Terrace, Thredbo Village 02 6457 6415

Lake crackenback RESORT

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Located on the border of the Kosciuszko National Park, Lake Crackenback Resort is a natural playground nestled in the Thredbo Valley.

Located in the heart of Thredbo, Lantern Apartments has spectacular mountain views from AAA 4 star rated apartments with features like Austar, free movie channels and wireless broadband. We can offer you great value apartment accommodation throughout the year with Summer and Autumn packages like our Thredbo Family Boredom Buster and 3rd Night Free accommodation special as well as our Winter Season Advance Booking Bonus.

Its unique setting and many complimentary activities appeal to both couples and families to relax and absorb the scenery. Lake Crackenback Resort is the perfect base to explore the region from sightseeing, local attractions, the many activities including walking trails, mountain bikes, canoeing and more. Featuring alpine contemporary accommodation including lake view apartments and mountain view studios or chalets complimenting the natural environment with luxury.

We’re open all year and would love to see you in Thredbo so call now or book online.

1650 Alpine Way, Crackenback 02 6451 3000

Banjo Drive, Thredbo Village 1800 020 598 13



Mountains of Memories D8 Boggy Creek Show Tumbarumba

You’ll be surprised at just how many things there are to see and do in the Snowies. For further information visit

touring 02 6948 8273

Kosciuszko Alpine Way

1800 004 439

N13 Cooma Correctional Centre Museum Cooma 02 6452 5974

Murray 1 Visitors Centre Khancoban

N13 Cooma Monaro Railway Cooma

02 6452 7791

Snowy Valleys Way

J15 Gaden Trout Hatchery Jindabyne

02 6451 3400


H15 Lake Crackenback Day Activity Pass Crackenback

02 6451 3000

I15 Alpine Habitats Crackenback

02 6457 2228

02 6947 7025

I15 Andrea’s White House Crackenback

02 6456 1690

02 6452 3377

F2 Best Western Motel Farrington Tumut

02 6947 1088

1800 623 776

J15 Discovery Holiday Parks Jindabyne

1800 248 148

F2 Elm Cottage Tumut

02 6947 5818

F2 NPWS Discovery Tours Tumut N13 Raglan Gallery Cooma

N13 Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre Cooma

1800 623 776 02 6947 7025/02 6948 3333

I16 Snowy River Horseback Adventures Jindabyne

02 6457 8393

H14 Guthega Alpine Inn Guthega

02 6457 5383

G16 Thredbo Chairlift Thredbo

02 6459 4119

N13 High Country Motel Cooma

02 6452 1111

G16 Thredbo Bobsled Thredbo

02 6459 4119

J15 Jindabyne Holiday Park Jindabyne

02 6456 2249

G16 Thredbo Leisure Centre Thredbo

02 6459 4138

O14 Kallarroo Homestead and Cottage Nimmitabel

02 6454 6477

02 6454 9597

H15 Lake Crackenback Resort Crackenback

1800 020 524

G16 Lantern Apartments Thredbo

1800 020 598

N13 Nebula Motel Cooma

02 6452 4133

I16 Old Ingebirah Homestead Jindabyne

02 6457 8393

K15 The Station Jindabyne

1300 369 909

G16 Ski In Ski Out Chalets Thredbo

02 6457 7030

G16 Snowgoose Apartments Thredbo

02 6457 6415

I16 Snowy Wilderness Jindabyne

1800 218 171

G16 The Denman Thredbo

02 6457 6222

G16 Thredbo Alpine Hotel Thredbo

1300 020 589

G16 Thredbo YHA Thredbo

02 6457 6376


Yarrangobilly Caves Yarrangobilly

Endless Adventures J15 Hot Air Ballooning & Sky Diving Jindabyne

0413 642 061

H15 Kosciuszko Alpine Guided Walks Crackenback

1800 020 524

G16 Kosciuszko Sunset Walks Thredbo

02 6459 4119

N13 Lambie Town Walk Cooma

1800 636 525

J15 Match the Hatch Jindabyne

02 6457 8342

G16 South East Mountain Biking Co Thredbo 02 6457 6282 I16 Snowy Wilderness Jindabyne

1800 218 171

J15 Steve Williamson’s Trout Fishing Adventures Jindabyne 02 6456 1551 L17 Stone Bridge Tours Numbla Vale

02 6456 6745

G16 Thredbo Guided Walks Thredbo

02 6459 4119

Local Indulgence K16 Beloka Water Beloka

1800 235 652

G16 Cascades Restaurant Thredbo

02 6459 4200

I15 Crackenback Cottage Restaurant Crackenback 02 6456 2198

Visitor Centres N13 Cooma Visitor Centre Cooma

1800 636 525

F12 Khancoban Visitor Centre Khancoban

02 6076 9373

J15 Snowy Region Visitor Centre Jindabyne

1800 004 439

D8 Tumbarumba Visitor Centre Tumbarumba

02 6948 3333

F2 Tumut Region Visitor Centre Tumut

02 6947 7025

H15 Cuisine on Lake Crackenback Crackenback

02 6451 3000

J15 Journey Food & Wine Bar Jindabyne

02 6456 1777

Snowy Mountains Booking Centres

J15 Kosciuszko Brewery Jindabyne

02 6456 2372

J15 Australian Alpine Resorts Jindabyne

1300 138 311

E8 Nest Cafe Cinema and Books Tumbarumba

02 6948 2950

J15 Snowy Mountains Holidays Jindabyne

1800 766 997

J15 Snowy Mountains Cookies Jindabyne

02 6457 1333

G16 Thredbo Apartments Thredbo

1800 020 598

J15 Sundance Bakehouse Jindabyne

02 6456 2951

G16 Thredbo Resort Centre Thredbo

1300 020 589

N13 The Lott Food Store Cooma

02 6452 1414

G16 Visit Snowy Mountains Thredbo

02 6457 7132

D8 Tumbafest Tumbarumba

02 6948 3333


I15 Wildbrumby Distillery Jindabyne

02 6457 1447

O13 Aeropelican


02 4928 9600



Stay 3 nights Monday to Friday and enjoy a Golf or Fishing or Micro Light Package

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Bushwalking, Swimming, Mountain Bike Riding, Canoeing, Bird Watching – there’s everything to do or nothing to do, it’s up to you.

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Quality apartments in the heart of Thredbo. The first 50 bookings to respond to this ad will receive 20% off all rates, even our early bird and free night offers! Book online at or Call 1800 020 598

Snowy Hydro Discovery Centre, Cooma hands on interpretive exhibits & interactive displays informative films about the Snowy Mountains Scheme see real time electricity generation take your turn on the “power bikes” enjoy freshly brewed coffee, tea, cakes and snacks purchase a memento for your trip from our range of e 1 merchandise.

Monaro Highway, Cooma Open 7 days: 8am - 5pm Mon to Fri, 9am - 2pm Sat, Sun & Public Holidays. Closed: Christmas Day & Anzac Day. Toll Free 1800 623 776


Your best Summer holiday ever!

Come up for air‌ in the Snowy Mountains.

Ride to the top of Thredbo

for the 6km walk to Mt Kosciuszko’s peak.

Wind down the mountain

at Thredbo on a 700m bobsled track.

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