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Discover Snowy Mountains and surrounds

The Snowy Mountains region and its surrounds are packed with year-round experiences. Head beyond the popular snow resorts and walks to discover camping, scenic drives, mountain bike and horse riding adventures. Learn about this region’s rich Aboriginal culture and remarkable geology at The Rock Nature Reserve – Kengal Aboriginal Place, near Wagga Wagga. Kayak or fish the Lower Snowy River. Cycle, horse ride or 4WD the trails of Livingstone National Park, with its burst of spring wildflowers.

Aerial view of kayakers on Pinch River, Lower Snowy River area of Kosciuszko National Park.
Two men walk through woodland past grass trees in Livingstone National Park. Photo: Robert Mulally/DPIE

Livingstone National Park

Close to Wagga Wagga, Livingstone National Park and Livingstone State Conservation Area are great for camping, mountain bike riding, horse riding, picnicking, 4WD touring and birdwatching.


Free park entry

Things to do
Exterior of Khancoban Visitor Centre, outside Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Elinor Sheargold/DPIE

Get top tips, info and inspiration

Stop in at our visitor information centres to get information, brochures, maps, and top tips on where to stay and what to do while exploring the Snowy Mountains and its surrounds.

A 4WD vehicle drives along Alpine Way near Dead Horse Gap north of Thredbo, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Murray Vanderveer/DPIE

Snowy Mountains scenic drives

A driving, motorbike or 4WD tour in the Snowy Mountains is a great way to discover the spectacular views, serene campgrounds, hidden tracks and trails, and rich heritage of this region.

A couple walk outside Creel Lodge, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: Boen Ferguson/OEH.

Top Snowy Mountains getaways

From alpine Creel Lodge above Lake Jindabyne, to historic huts in the high plains, and charming Yarrangobilly Caves House, Kosciuszko National Park spoils you for choice for your Snowy Mountains getaway.