Couple enjoying a scenic bushwalk by Thredbo River near The Diggings Campground in Kosciuszko National Park. Credit: Destination NSW

Overflowing with adventure, breathtaking scenery and history, there’s little reason to stay indoors when visiting the Snowy Mountains.

From its rich indigenous culture through to stockmen and graziers, those seeking gold and then harnessing water for power, the region oozes history from every crevasse.

The winter months bring skiing and snowboarding to the regions snow resorts. After the snow melts, a network of mountain biking and bushwalking tracks are revealed. Walk to Australia’s highest peak, fish in the pristine mountain waters, explore limestone caves and the majestic snow gum forests.

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