Tumbarumba Shire 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 amongst its natural assets. Tumbarumba is the ideal place to relax and unwind.
The area is ideal for recreational activity such as bush walking, horse riding, fishing and cycling.
The snowfields of Mount Selwyn and Thredbo can be accessed from Tumbarumba and Khancoban, and the Kosciuszko National Park offers stunning mountain scenery and a variety of walking tracks. Snow does fall occasionally in the town of Tumbarumba and surrounds during winter.
Some activities to do in the Tumbarumba Shire are;
- - Selwyn Snowfields
- - Cycling Events
- - Upper Murray Challenge
- - Mountain bike trails
- - Rock climbing and abseiling
- - Water sports
- - Fishing
- - Golfing
- Click here for a link to a brochure by Tumbarumba Shire Council showing some activities in Tumbarumba.
Events and Attractions
While Tumbarumba may give the impression of a quiet country town, every now and then life is life is spiced up a bit with festivals, events, rodeos and shows.
Some events and attractions in the Tumbarumba Shire are;
- - Snowy ride
- - Tumbarumba Rodeo
- - Tumbarumba Campdraft
- - Tumbarumba Annual Show
- - Boggy Creek Show
- - Rosewood Country Roundup
- Many more
Click here for a link to a brochure by Tumbarumba Shire Council showing some events and attractions in Tumbarumba.
Tumbarumba Shire provides endless bushwalking wherever your feet will take you - Kosciuszko National Park, the forests of Laurel Hill, the Hume and Hovell walking track, Buddong falls, and Paddy's River Falls.
Click here for a link to a brochure by Tumbarumba Shire Council showing some walks in Tumbarumba.