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Australian Alps Walking Track

Australian Alps Walking Track

This is a 655 km walk following ridges and plains through some of the highest parts of Australia - more than ten peaks exceed 2,100 metres. The Australian Alps are the largest alpine area in the country, extending from Canberra and the Brindabella range, through the Snowy Mountains, and along the Great Dividing Range. You can walk the track in 10 weeks, but many choose to explore shorter sections such as the Jagungal Wilderness Area. Experience and maps required.
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Charlotte Pass Ski Resort

Charlotte Pass Ski Resort

At 1,760 metres above sea level, Charlotte Pass is Australia's highest village. During the winter, the resort town is only accessible via over-snow transport. The ski-in, ski-out terrain allows only a limited number of guests in the village at any time, meaning no crowds and no long queues during the ski season. Gentle slopes are available for beginners, with intermediate terrain, challenging advanced runs, and cross-country trails also on offer. Charlotte Pass lookout and boardwalk are accessible during the summer months by car.
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Kosciuszko National Park

Kosciuszko National Park

The magnificent scenery of alps, glacial lakes, limestone caves, grasslands and woodlands has been listed as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.The national park is home to Mount Kosciuszko, the highest point in Australia and named after a Polish patriot and democratic leader. Enjoy great skiing in winter; and in spring and summer a blanket of wildflowers blazes across the mountains, crisscrossed by walking tracks which reveal spectacular views over the rooftop of the country.
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Lambie Town Walk

Lambie Town Walk

Discover Cooma's rich history as you take this self-guided tour around Cooma's historic landmarks. This 5 km walk includes three heritage areas recognised by the National Trust including the Court House precinct built in the 1860s; Lambie Street, the first commercial centre of the township; and Church Hill with its examples of 19th and 20th century religious and educational buildings. Walk, drive or bike the route, with maps available from the Cooma Visitor Information Centre.
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