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Selwyn Snow Resort

Selwyn area in Kosciuszko National Park


Selwyn Snow Resort in central Kosciusko National Park is a great place for families and beginners looking for an affordable snow holiday.

213A Kings Cross Road, Cabramurra, NSW, 2629 - in Selwyn area in Kosciuszko National Park
Entry fees
Park entry fees apply
Opening times

Selwyn Snow Resort is open 8am – 5pm daily during ski season (June to October long weekend).

What to

Visit the Selwyn Snow Resort website or phone (02) 6454 9488 for accommodation and ski package prices.

Please note

Be sure to wear appropriate ski clothes in winter.

Come and play at this family-owned and operated winter wonderland, conveniently located between Cooma and Tumut.

With its gently progressing terrain and team of experienced instructors, Selwyn Snow Resort is the perfect place to learn to ski or snowboard, or to practice your skills and improve your confidence. You can also go snow tubing, tobogganing, and there are opportunities for snow shoeing and cross-country skiing too.

Relax at the end of the day with a steaming hot chocolate and remarkable views of snowbound Mount Jagungal and Tabletop. Take a break from the slopes to explore the nearby historic town of Kiandra, where Norwegian goldminers introduced recreational skiing to Australia in 1861 by fashioning skis from fence palings.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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A family walk a boardwalk section of Bouddi coastal walk, Bouddi National Park. Photo: John Spencer/OEH.

Conservation program:

Iconic species - Southern corroboree frog conservation program

An iconic endangered species, the southern corroboree frog, found only in Kosciuszko National Park, faces the grave threat of extinction. Saving Our Species aims to prevent this from happening by battling chytrid fungus, protecting frog habitat from pests, and fostering a captive breeding program. 

Southern corroboree frog (Pseudophryne corroboree), Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: John Spencer

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Mount Selwyn Snowfields, Kosciuszko National Park. Photo: K Heatley/NSW Government