Marketing and Communications Officer, Tourism Snowy Mountains

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.

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A Food Lover’s Guide to Road Tripping Around the Snowy Mountains.

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...

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Exploring the History of the Snowy Mountains

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...

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How to Explore the Snowy Mountains as a Family

How to Explore the Snowy Mountains as a Family

The Snowy Mountains is an ideal holiday destination for any adventurous family. Breathe deeply after hiking to the top of Mount Kosciuszko or feel the air rush past while riding mountain bikes through lush alpine landscapes.

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Becoming Jindabyne

Becoming Jindabyne

Before the hustle and bustle of a winter snow season or mountain biking and water sports in Summer, Jindabyne was a small country town with the mighty Snowy River snaking through the valley.

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The history of Adaminaby

The history of Adaminaby

With a population of little more than 300, you’d be forgiven for not realising the small town of Adaminaby has a history intertwined with the spirit of the nation.

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Snowmaking at Perisher

Snowmaking at Perisher

Perisher has invested heavily in snowmaking to ensure guests are provided with the best possible conditions all winter. Since 2007, Perisher has spent over $22 million on improving and expanding the resort’s snowmaking syst...

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Canberra and the Snowies: A 6-day road trip adventure

Canberra and the Snowies: A 6-day road trip adventure

Start your trip in Canberra with its natural beauty and close proximity to adventure and lifestyle activities. After immersing yourself in Canberra’s walks, forests and feasting, drive south towards the stunning Snowy Mount...

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Wild Things Anatomy - 2020, the year of great change

Wild Things Anatomy - 2020, the year of great change

What a year. First the devastation of the bushfires and now the global pandemic that has increased uncertainty over the economy, employment, finances, relationships, and of course our physical and mental health...

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Frank’s Face | Paying Tribute to Australia’s Oldest Living Olympian, Frank Prihoda

Frank’s Face | Paying Tribute to Australia’s Oldest Living Olympian, Frank Prihoda

Thredbo’s oldest resident and Australia’s oldest living Olympian Frank Prihoda recently just turned 99 years old! To celebrate this truly inspirational Thredbo local we are proud to rename ‘The Tors’ run ‘Frank’s Face’...

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Keep it Cool

Keep it Cool

At Keep It Cool, we’re serious about trees. And we want our trees to not only survive, but grow up to be strong, resilient and part of a thriving ecosystem. We have developed a planting methodology that uses best...

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