Touring the ancient Bundian Way
The Bundian Way is a 365km pathway of shared Aboriginal and European history that runs between Turemulerrer (Twofold Bay) and Targangal (Mount Kosciuszko), the highest point on the Australian mainland.
Aboriginal people were early guides to the colonial surveyors and settlers, and today’s visitors can see examples of two cultures using the one trail to access food, shelter and community.
The awesome Snowy River
From fishing to kayaking, platypus to picnics, the Snowy River serves many interests. It carves its way through the valley of the same name, starting on the slopes of Mt Kosciuszko and ending in the Bass Strait.
Around 70–80% of the Snowy River's length is protected by Kosciuszko National Park, Alpine National Park and Snowy River National Park.