Keen fishermen have come to the right place. The Snowy Mountains has no shortage of alpine streams, world-renowned rivers and lakes, and is known as New South Wales’ premier trout fishing region.
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Marketing and Communications Officer, Tourism Snowy Mountains
The Board of Tourism Snowy Mountains (TSM) is seeking an experienced tourism professional with a strong communications background to engage as a Marketing and Communications Officer.Read more
A Food Lover’s Guide to Road Tripping Around the Snowy Mountains.
Thanks to its diverse landscape, contrasting seasons and abundance of local producers, the Snowy Mountains region pairs itself perfectly with anyone who has a thirst for adventure and a love of fine foods...Read more
Exploring the History of the Snowy Mountains
The history of the Snowy Mountains has rolled out over thousands of years. The land provided sustenance and a spiritual home to two aboriginal tribes, the Ngarigo and Walgal people. Europeans arrived in the early 1800s, drawn by the distinctly changing seasons and rich soil. Grazing gave way to a gold rush in 1859, which in turn signalled the start of the ski industry...Read more