Tumbarumba Shire is located on the south western slopes of the Snowy
Mountains, about half way between Sydney and Melbourne, and is 701 metres
above sea level.
From the west, turn off the Hume Highway at Gundagai, Kyeamba (near Wagga
turn off), or Holbrook. From the north, travel the scenic routes over the
Snowy Mountains via the Elliott Way or the Kosciuszko Alpine Way. From the
south, travel up the Murray River Valley from Albury.
Tumbarumba Shire Area Map
The Tumbarumba region extends from Laurel Hill in the north, to Mount
Kosciuszko in the South. This map indicates distances, attractions, and picnic
and camping areas.
Snowy Valleys Way Map
The Snowy Valleys Way offers a scenic and experiential alternative to the
Hume Highway. The route takes in the five shires of Gundagai, Tumut,
Tumbarumba, in NSW, and Towong and Indigo in Victoria.
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Caravan Travel Information
The roads over the Snowy Mountains, the Snowy Mountains Highway, the
Elliott Way, and the Kosciuszko Alpine Way all have sections that are
steep, narrow and winding. These roads are also subject to snow and ice.
Please ensure your towing ...