About Snowy Mountains
There’s perhaps nothing more Australiana than the Snowy Mountains countryside. Forming part of the Great Dividing Range, the Snowies straddle the the NSW and VIC border and are home to not only Australia’s highest mainland peak – Mt Kosciuszko (2228m) – but also offer up a melting pot of outdoor adventure, from hiking and kayaking to winter skiing in Thredbo and Jindabyne. Sacred to Aboriginal Australians, largely the Ngarigo, this alpine landscape of wildflowers and glacial lakes has been used in ceremony for thousands of years. Whether you choose a sun-soaked summer escape or a snowy winter adventure, there’s a Moonbah tiny house, Crackenback field hut or Injebirah cottage to suit every adventure style.