Want to Ride the Thredbo Valley Track? Here is Everything you Need to Know.
The Thredbo Valley Track (TVT) is a 35km trail that takes riders on an exhilarating, riverside journey as it winds its way through the scenic Thredbo Valley, beneath a canopy of alpine gums. And the best part? This adventure is mostly downhill...Read more
New Series of Cycling Events for the Snowy Mountains
Media release: A new series of annual cycling events has been announced by Lateral Events, the owners and organisers of L’Étape Australia by Tour de France, the first edition of which is to be held in the Snowy Mountains.Read more
A Mountain of Highlights See Records Tumble at the Best Lake Light Sculpture Ever
The planets aligned perfectly this Easter for the Jindabyne Lake Light Sculpture event in the Snowy Mountains with organisers declaring the 19th instalment the best ever. Ideal weekend weather saw the community come together with a record number of visitors to view the impressive lakeside exhibitionRead more
Charlotte Pass Snow Resort Announces New Ticketing and Access System
The AXESS system will see the introduction of electronic gates at the base of lifts at the resort and scanner access technology for all Oversnow Transport vehicles.Read more
Ski or Snowboard at Perisher with the 2021 Epic Australia Pass
Vail Resorts has released its 2021 Epic Australia Pass, offering the best value to skiers and riders looking for access to Perisher.Read more
WHAT DOES EASTER LOOK LIKE IN THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS?
Visit the Snowy Mountains this Easter for adventures, festivals, family fun and the ultimate escape from the city.Read more
Fly to the Snowy Mountains Airport from Brisbane and Sydney this Winter with Qantas
Snowy Mountains Airport Corporation Pty Ltd are celebrating the announcement that Qantas will be commencing direct flights from Brisbane and Sydney for the 2021 snow season.Read more
FLYING KANGAROO SETS SIGHTS ON THE SNOWFIELDS FOR THE SKI SEASON
Qantas will make it easier for travellers to access the snowfields this winter with the launch of three new seasonal routes, supporting growing demand for holidays within AustraliaRead 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