Things to Do
Bluff Falls Nature Walk
You can start your walk from the picnic area or drive up the mountain to view the falls.
Mt Burrowa stands 1,300 metres and was formed nearly 350 million years ago by cooled molten lava. Blue gums, peppermints, alpine ash and colourful wattles surround the area. You will sight rosella’s, cockatoos, robins, many other bird species, wombats & wallabies.
The track emerges from the deep sheltered valley providing a dramatic view of the falls which become a surging torrent after winter & spring rains.
Pine Mountain is a gigantic monolith, said to be 1.5 times bigger than Uluru (Ayers Rock).
There are many hiking tracks ranging in distance and experience. One track leads all the way to the summit where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Murray River valleys.
Please note: Walking conditions can be quite steep and rough. Fringed with black cypress pine, lots of rare vegetation and an array of different bird species.
Pets are not permitted in National Parks.
Paddys River Falls
There are many viewing points along the walking track to the bottom of the falls.
You can even walk behind the waterfall. It stands at approximately 18m high and is a great spot for swimming in the summer months.
This beautiful gushing waterfall is a must see.
Jingellic Showgrounds host events throughout the year. Check their website for more information.
Corryong 'Man from Snowy River Festival'
The Man from Snowy River Bush Festival is held annually in Corryong, Victoria in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains halfway between Melbourne and Sydney.
It is a unique bush gathering of mountain riders, poets, artists and lovers of the Australian High Country and pioneering spirit.
The Man from Snowy River Folk Museum
The Museum holds the most recognised snow-ski collection in Australia. Local artefacts include costumes, a carriage shed, a slab pioneer cottage, a dairy and the Old Corryong Gaol, Police station and restored School and Bank, Blacksmiths.
Tumbarumba Rodeo is held every year on New Year's Day.
This is a full APRA Championship Rodeo with a host of fun-filled events including local barrel race, poddy ride, bucking ponies, stallion chute out, poly saddle ride, Aussie Rules versus Rugby League steer ride challenge, saddle bronc and bareback, and bull ride featuring the big ScreenBull cam, chute cam and instant replays.
Tumbafest is an annual festival held in the picturesque town of Tumbarumba, in the western foothills of the New South Wales Snowy Mountains. It is a celebration of quality music and local cool climate food and wine. Proudly supported by Bendigo Bank, Tumbafest is held on the last weekend of February, and is an event sure to entertain the whole family!
Tintaldra Tea House
Historic Tintaldra Store and Tea Rooms, established in 1864, is the top spot at the top of the Murray River for tourist coaches and travellers.
Built of natural materials available in the area at the time (such as River Red Gum and Stringy Bark) the store is a living history taking visitors back in time.