Tumbarumba and Khancoban are located on the western side of Australia's alpine region. They offer a range of nature-based experiences.
Famous for its trout-filled streams, Tumbarumba sits at the foothills of the Snowy Mountains where melting snow feeds its crystal-clear streams and rivers, making it ideal for all styles of fishing.
Combine bushwalking with history on the Hume and Hovell Track that passes through Tumbarumba on the Henry Angel Trackhead that follows in the footsteps of the early explorers along a 12 km stretch, passing through a tunnel built during gold-mining days.
Good bushwalking tracks can also be found through the forests of Laurel Hill, Buddong Falls and Paddy's River Falls.
Enjoy a picnic by the beautiful Paddy's River Falls, go climbing on the cliffs and slopes, enjoy white-water rafting along the many snow-fed rivers and streams, or horse riding and cycling along scenic bush trails.
Selwyn Snowfields are just over an hour's drive from Tumbarumba; the resort's gentle slopes provide a perfect place to learn how to ski or snowboard.