Experience the magic in tumbarumba
Tumbarumba Shire is situated on the western side of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, and boasts mountains, rivers and lakes, parks, forests and farms, and clean fresh air amongst its natural assets. The boundaries extend as far south as Mount Kosciuszko in the south, and to the Murray River on the western border. The area is ideal for recreational activity such as bush walking, horse riding, fishing and cycling.
The history of goldmining, timber and cattle, and the cleverly engineered Snowy Mountains Scheme has created an intriguing heritage.
The snowfields of Mount Selwyn and Thredbo can be accessed from Tumbarumba and Khancoban, and the Kosciuszko National Park offers stunning mountain scenery and a variety of walking tracks. Snow does fall occasionally in the town of Tumbarumba and surrounds during winter.
A variety of accommodation is available, some in the major towns of Tumbarumba and Khancoban, some in rural and bush settings. The Shire includes the small villages of Jingellic, Rosewood, Tooma, and Laurel Hill.
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