Snowy Valley

New South Wales

In the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, lakes and rivers sprawl through the Snowy Valley. Beginning just south of Gundagai, the valley winds past caves, natural hot spring thermal pools and some of the country’s best inland fishing spots, ending just beyond the Murray River. It’s a perfect base for a trip to the ski-fields or a journey down the Snowy Valley Beverage Trail. You’ll encounter the Tumbarumba wine region, famous for its cool-climate wines; and explore cider country in the orchards of Tumut. While the rebuild of these country towns continues after the damage of the bushfires, the locals of Snowy Valley are ready to welcome back visitors. The Wiradjuri people are the traditional custodians of this land.

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