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 that stretches back tens of thousands of years. The Aboriginal people who have inhabited the area for centuries have their own unique culture and traditions, which can be explored at local reserves and cultural centres.

The early settlers who arrived in the 1800s left their mark on the region as well. Many of the historical landmarks in the area are associated with them, including old homesteads, churches and mines. Visiting these places is a great way to learn about the region’s history.

Our favourite way to explore the heritage sites in the Kosciuszko National Park is by walking. There are many great walking trails that take you through abandoned gold mining towns, dirt roads that lead to heritage huts, and so much more. The options for adventure are endless, and our park is the perfect base to start your Kosciuszko National Park discovery.

You can find out more about the historical landmarks by visiting the Snowy Mountains Website