Local Attractions

The Tumut region features a wealth of attractions and activities for visitors of all ages - including skiing, outdoor and water sports, bushwalking and hiking, fishing, historic museums and sites.

Our friendly staff are happy to assist in organising your day out, just ask us!

For more information on events in the Tumut area, visit the Visit NSW website

Walking Tracks

The Tumut region is renowned for it’s variety of beautiful walking tracks. Walks and hiking are an especially popular spring and summer activity – there’s nothing like clean mountain air! All local walking tracks are accessible by car from Riverglade Caravan Park. The Tumut River Walk  is an easy and accessible walking track that follows the course […]

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Festival of the Falling Leaf

The Festival of the Falling Leaf is an annual festival held during March/April that celebrates the kaleidoscope of changing colours that autumn brings. The Tumut Region comes alive each autumn with a month of activities, events and exhibitions, culminating in the festival weekend. See http://www.fallingleaffestival.org for more info.

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Yarrangobilly Caves

Yarrangobilly Caves are located within Kosciuszko National Park, 6.5km off the Snowy Mountains Highway, 77km from Tumut. Forming over thousands of years, this string of limestone caves features many stunning decorations, including delicate shawls, grand columns, underground pools, and awesome chambers. Yarrangobilly also has a natural thermal pool which is a constant 27 degrees celsius, […]

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Kosciuszko National Park

Kosciuszko National Park

Kosciuszko National Park covers 690,000 hectares and contains mainland Australia’s highest peak, Mount Kosciuszko, after which the park is named and is popular with recreational skiers and bushwalkers. Its many and varied attractions include walks through alpine herb fields, spectacular caves and limestone gorges, scenic drives, and historic huts and homesteads. One of the Australian […]

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Mt Selwyn snowfields

Mt Selwyn Ski Fields are located 100km from Tumut on sealed roads and features a wide variety of winter sport attractions including skiing for beginners to advanced levels, snowboarding, Tobogganing, café, ski patrol and even a snow tube park. For more information see http://www.selwynsnow.com.au For all your ski, board, clothing, toboggans, chain hire and local […]

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Blowering Dam

  Blowering Dam is located approximately 15kms from Tumut, off the Snowy Mountains Highway. The dam is ideal for water sports such as waterskiing, jet boating, canoeing and kayaking. There are also several picnic and camping areas located around the dam. It was on Blowering Dam on the 8 October 1978, Ken Warby driving his […]

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Tumut River – fishing, rafting, kayaking

Riverglade Caravan Park has direct frontage onto the Tumut River with easy access for fishing, swimming and other water activities.

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