This area inspired the legendary poems and stories of the mountain horsemen who were most famously immortalised in Banjo Paterson's 1890 poem, The Man from Snowy River.
Local towns Berridale, Adaminaby and Dalgety offer plenty of things to see and do, as well as ample restaurant and accommodation options to suit visitors of all ages, lifestyles and budgets. They're also great places to hire everything you need for the snow from fashion to equipment.
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Wine tasting at cellar door in Berridale. Image Don Fuchs
Snow coverage on Lake Eucumbene
Natural rock formations in Berridale countryside. Image Don Fuchs
People swimming in the Snowy River. Image Barbara Bailey for Snowy River Holiday Park
View of Dalgety. Image Cooma Tourism
Snowy River in Autumn at Dalgety. Image Barbara Bailey for Snowy River Holiday Park
Sunbakers on Lake Jindabyne with kayakers in background. Image Don Fuchs
Snowy River Festival in Dalgety. Image Don Fuchs
Fishing, Lake Jindabyne. Image Don Fuchs
Family kayaking on Lake Crackenback along the Alpine Way in Thredbo. Image Andreas Smetana
- Berridale Berridale features mountain ranges, rolling hills and unique granite boulder formations.
- Dalgety Dalgety, a peaceful village on the Snowy River, touts rolling hills and unique granite boulders.
- Jindabyne Close to the snowfields of the Snowy Mountains, Jindabyne is convenient for skiers, snowboarders and adventu