Tumut is the major centre of a rich grazing district that's located in the foothills of Kosciuszko National Park. It's the northern gateway to the Australian Alps and the four NSW snow resorts.
Tumut is a cahrmingly pretty town that chages dramatically with the seasons. Stroll along the 2-km Tumut River Walk and you'll be able to admire the bird life of the Riverglade Wetlands. It is a pretty town with many historic buildings and remnants of a vibrant past which you can uncover on a self-guided heritage trail.
Tumut is part of a region that's a year-round playground. It has an action-packed activities list that includes bushwalking, waterskiing, trout fishing, canoeing, sailing, golf and tennis. Other towns worth visiting are Adelong and Batlow.
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Saturday 5 April to
Saturday 5 April
Rock the Turf Music Fest
Rock the Turf Music Fest - enjoy mu
Saturday 3 May to
Saturday 3 May 2014
Festival of the Falling Leaf
The banks of the Tumut River set th
Tumut Dam in Autumn. Image Paul Sinclair
Yarrangobilly Caves, located between Tumut and Cooma, Alpine Way. Image Don Fuchs
Flyfishing on the Tumut River with Nimbo Fork Lodge. Image Mark Pokorny