Things to do
From Tumbarumba, visitors can enjoy the Snowy Valleys and Snowy Mountains regions:
ski and snowboard at nearby Mt Selwyn;
explore Yarrangobilly Caves;
fish mountain lakes and rivers;
mountain bike state forests and enjoy local tracks and trails;
marvel at the Snowy Mountains Scheme;
experience the wonders of Kosciuszko National Park;
enjoy wonderful local produce including premium cold-climate Tumbarumba Wines, hazelnuts, truffles, blueberries and Batlow apples.
The Sugar Pine Walk at Laurel Hill (between Tumbarumba and Batlow), is like a scene from a fairytale with its awe-inspiring towering trees; it’s one of the must-see locations in the area.
Located on the picturesque touring route the Snowy Valleys Way, Tumbarumba is about half way between Sydney and Melbourne, making it the ideal place to take a break and soak up the mountain air. The Snowy Valleys Way branches from the Hume Highway at Gundagai before taking in Tumut, Batlow, Tumbarumba, Corryong, Tallangatta, Yackandandah and Beechworth, before rejoining the Hume Freeway outside Wangaratta.
For more information about the region, including Places to Go, Things to Do, and Events & Festivals, please visit https://visitsnowyvalleys.com.au/ .