Khancoban provides a great base to explore the nearby Kosciuszko National Park.
Tumbarumba is situated on the western side of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, and boasts mountains, rivers and lakes, parks, forests and farms, and clean fresh air.
Come down and discover the picturesque Tumut Turf Club. Tumut Turf Club is one of the oldest Race Clubs in NSW having commenced racing in the 1850′s.
Headline bands will be appearing at this music fest. This amazing event is held at the end of April or early May annually.
Come along and taste some delicious Ciders anywhere!
Lanterns on the Lagoon and Sculptures in the Park is a festival celebrating reflection, sustainable art and sculpture in Tumut, held on the third Saturday in September.
Come along and join the festivities of the Batlow Apple Blossom Festival. The festival is held every year on the third Saturday in October.
Autumn in Tumut offers one of the most spectacular display of ‘ seasonal colours’ to be found anywhere in New South Wales. The festival is celebrated at the end of April or the first weekend in May.
On the historic buildings heritage walk of Tumut, many houses are mentioned.
The first butter factory was on the site in Doepel Street was opened in October 1906, and was built by well known local builder George Moore for the Upper Bellingen Co-operative Society Ltd. at a cost of 554 pounds.