Kosciuszko is one of Australia’s great national parks. The park encompasses Mt Kosciuszko (the highest mountain in Australia at 2228 m), the headwaters of the famous Snowy River, spectacular caves and limestone gorges, stunning snow country with snow gum woodlands and extensive treeless plains dotted with historic pioneer huts. An ancient landscape, these mountains are a vital part of Aboriginal history and ongoing cultural practices. The 690,000 hectares of natural landscapes, including most of Australia’s snow covered areas, were originally set aside in 1944 as Kosciuszko State Park to conserve its natural and cultural values. In 1967 it became a National Park. The Kosciuszko National Park is an area of enormous natural diversity with many recreational opportunities. Bushwalking, mountain bike riding, picnicking, fishing, caving, car touring, canoeing, horse riding, camping and cross country skiing are just some of the activities you can enjoy in this unique environment.
This year why not get the gang together and join our Discovery Rangers for a unique experience in the NSW Snowy Mountains. You can book a walk, talk or tour that will ensure you discover the many wonders of Kosciuszko National Park. Come along and learn about Aboriginal Culture, take a Tag-A-Long tour or get back to nature with a bush walk.
Bush Detectives, Water Detectives, guided Bush Walks, Riverglade Wetlands Walk and Night Stalks.
Kiandra Goldfields Walks, Huts, Homesteads and Heritage Tag-A-Long Tour’s, Aboriginal Culture, Bush Tucker Walk – State Forest Amphitheatre, Traditional Bush Tools – Hands on learning, Didgeridoo playing demonstrations, learn basket weaving, artefacts displays and Cultural Tag-A-Long Tours.
Bookings essential, minimum numbers and price applies. Full day programs available to suit your special interest, contact us to arrange a tailored program and gain a quote.
Activity and tour times range from 2 to 3 hours duration
10 people, $19.50 per person
11 to 20 people, $15.50 per person
20 people or more, $10.50 per person
For further information on Discovery activities and pricing please contact Tumut Region Visitor Centre on (02) 69477 025.