- Saturday 31 August to Monday 2 September Woodland Film Festival
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About Tumbarumba area
At the foothills of the Snowy Mountains, the area around Tumbarumba is a pristine wilderness where melting snow feeds crystal-clear streams and rivers – ideal for all styles of fishing.
Explorers Hume and Hovell trekked through here on their way to Port Philip in 1824, and you can retrace their steps on a 12-km walking track that follows Burra Creek, cutting through a tunnel built during the gold-mining days in the 1800s.
Tumbarumba is a charming town with well conserved heritage buildings. It is surrounded by vineyards, trout streams and sheep stations. Nearby Khancoban is well worth a visit.