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Looking for a cozy place to stay where you can get away from it all? If you're looking for a unique and unforgettable vacation experience, our self-contained cabins are perfect for you! With beautiful views and all the amenities you need, you'll love your stay with us! Our open-plan cabins can accommodate up to four guests with a double bed…
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There is something incredibly peaceful and calming about spending time in nature. Whether you’re walking through a forest filled with towering trees and rustling leaves, or spending a day at the lake fishing, being surrounded by plants and wildlife is a great way to de-stress and relax. Camping is a great way to experience all that nature has to offer.…
The Snowy Scheme is a hydroelectricity and irrigation complex that was built between 1949-1974. The project cost $820 million dollars and employed over 100,000 people from 30 different countries. 70% of the workers were migrants and the official death toll sits at 121. 2% of the construction is visible above ground, with the majority of the work done underground. The…
This region of our country has several well-known huts, some of which date back to early grazing periods. By visiting these huts, you can get a sense of the conditions experienced by early settlers. Long Plain Hut Located near Yorkie's Creek, Long Plain Hut offers great shade and protection from the heat. It was built in 1916 and used as…
The Snowy Mountains Scheme, also known as the Snowy Hydroelectric Scheme, is a series of 16 dams and seven power stations constructed in New South Wales and Victoria between 1949 and 1975 The Snowy Scheme is one of the most impressive feats of engineering in Australian history. It was a massive undertaking – a hydroelectric power station and irrigation scheme…
Now is your chance to become a part of the Snowy Mountain's rich history. Visit local Aboriginal reserves, early settlers' huts and other historical landmarks in the region. By immersing yourself in the history of the region, you can learn about the people and events that shaped it. The Snowy Mountains is a rich and diverse region with a history…
Queen's Lookout is a great place to take in the natural beauty of the Snowy Mountains. The lookout is situated on a hill with an amazing view of the mountains and Lake Eucumbene. There is no vehicle access, so the only way to get there is by foot, bike, or horseback. The lookout has been visited by many dignitaries over…
The Yarrangobilly Caves are located 41 minutes away from our park, but they are definitely worth the drive! The journey there takes you through the scenic Kosziosko National Park, where you might be able to spot some brumbies from the road. Once you reach Yarrangobilly, you can stop at the office to book a self-guided tour of the caves, or…
Blue Water Holes is located just over 65 kilometers from our park and offers a variety of amenities, including campgrounds, picnic areas, and bush walks through gorges with a winding creek, swimming holes, and caves. The water at Blue Water Holes is uniquely blue in color, due to the underground caves and limestone rocks from which it flows. There are…
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The first stop on the circuit is the abandoned gold mining town of Kiandra. The remains of the old courthouse and two cabins are all that's left after the devastating 2020 bushfires. There is a toilet block available. The next turn off is at Long Plain. Long Plain is only open from the October long weekend till the June long…