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The Snowy Mountains is Australia's ultimate, year-round, nature and adventure playground. From the exhilaration of a snow experience, to the culture and exquisite tastes of our communities. From unique landscapes, spectacular lakes and high-country...more
49 Kosciuszko Rd | Nsw, New South Wales 2627, Australia
We flew by Helicopter from Jindabyne in NSW over the Snowy Mountains to the summit of Australia`s highest mountain - Mt Kosciuszko. Did 2 circuits of the summit at 500 feet and then returned to the Jindabyne Airfield.Perfect sunny day and well worth the adventure.t
Besides this area being great f or winter skiing to is great to see what it looks like without snow.
Maintained groomed grass slopes.
Lots being done over the non snowman times. Great to see the high co ungry hut used for people who are...More
Do a trip on the Alpine way past Thredbo, dead horse gap, the wattles etc. Don't forget to stop in at the Geehi flats Camping area for an overnighter or a picnic. Some roads are closed or restricted during the winter periods and into spring...More
My first skiing trip. Overall experience was very good. Staffs are helpful. I went in late June, the snow was not heavy enough. However, if you wait after July, it will be local school holiday. Guess there will be a lot of ppl there.
Stayed at Jindy Sport and Rec and could not fault one thing highly professional excellent food and great activities for the kids. Staff were outstanding. Skied at Blue Cow and had a wonderful time. Great school trip and highly recommend for anyone.
We booked a 5 bed room. It was warm and cosy, the heater worked really well and the blankets were warm. Separate shower and toilet very convenient.
The view out the back door ( verandah) was stunning over the lake in the sunshine, with lights...More
Maybe the early summer is the off-season, but the scenery was still worthwhile with wildflowers about in some areas. (I guess Australians go there to see snow in their usually snow-free country) I highly recommend taking this diversion if you are driving from Melbourne to...More
Hi Neil, Just one more question. With the kids its really difficult to travel so I might chose to stay in snow resort. out of Perisher, Thredbo and Charlotte Pass which one you will select as best to see snow?